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New year, and new Player of the Month article! December was incredible. Fans of League of Legends and DotA 2, along with all Counter-Strike: Global Offensive supporters, were able to watch their favorite players and teams. This time, we will bring your attention to one very talented LoL player.
He is not only an important part of his team, but he also managed to win the All-Stars 1 versus 1 tournament over fantastic players like Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok and Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg. If you are still wondering who are we speaking about, we proudly present Jian Zi-Hao, known simply as “Uzi”!
In our past articles, we analyzed things like KDR, clutches, impact on the games, etc. This time we will take a look at pure results. And they are undeniable. With a 6.5 ratio, Jian was incredibly successful at the All-Stars tournament. Playing on the role of ADC, Uzi was deadly not only to his opponents but to the minions as well. With 9.6 CS per minute, he ranked 3rd in the tournament.
Uzi’s most played champions were Miss Fortune, Ezreal, and Varus. It is clear he was extremely dangerous with the META champion Ezreal, ending with a score of 3:0 with it and an average kill/deaths ratio of 9.0.
As you probably noticed we are generally speaking about League of Legends All-Stars that took place at the city of angels – Los Angeles. That was actually the only event for the LoL players and fans since we are currently in the off season.
Uzi was placed at the bottom part of the bracket, which was good since he avoided opponents such as Faker and Bjergsen. However, he started with a win against another strong competitor – Đỗ “Levi” Duy Khánh. Levi decided to play with a strong ability power champion – Victor. Logically, Jian picked mobile AD Carry – Lucian. Uzi took the advantage of minion kills early in the game and at one point he was leading with more than 10. This did not interfere with his opponent, who managed to make the result equal in minute 8. Both players had 63 minion kills (CS).
Shortly after that, Uzi was able to cast his ultimate, exhaust the opponent, and finish him with his combo. A hard but well-deserved win in the first match.
The next opponent was Felipe “brTT” Gonçalves. There was a mirror champion pick. Both players selected Miss Fortune. Uzi showed strong nerves and grabbed the win with constant farming. If you are not familiar with the format of 1v1 tournaments, its good to know that a player can win by achieving 3 conditions:
So, Uzi surpassed his opponent’s creeps and won with a score of 101 to 70.
In the Semi-Finals, Jian Zi-Hao had to face one of the biggest ADC players in Korea – Kim “PraY” Jong-in. As expected, there was a very close 2:1 win. Again strong nerves and amazing kills were the basis of success for the Chinese player.
At the Final, Uzi met one of the best North American midlaners -Bjergsen, who beat Faker early in the tournament. After an incredible 3 match battle, Jian managed to win with his Kalista over Ryze. He won the tournament, along with the MVP awards.
Uzi showed the world that he is currently one of the top League of Legends players. With LCS knocking at our front door, it will be incredibly interesting to see how all the players will perform. Only time will tell so stay with us for awesome betting predictions and tips!
Uzi’s history in competitive gaming dates back to 2012, where he started his professional career at the famous Royal Club team. He was transferred to the team in October of 2012 and quickly established himself as a highly skilled mechanical player.
Even though he has an incredible history, we will focus more on 2017 and all that happened for the player during this year.
In the beginning of the year, and after the departures of Mata and Looper, RNG picked up another talented player – LetMe as a top laner .They also added Ming for the support role. Uzi mentored Ming in the young player’s first competitive games with the team. Together they finished 1st place in Group A of the 2017 LPL Spring Season with a 12-4 regular season record.
They lost the finals against team WE with 3:0. LPL Summer Season was almost the same. With a record of 12:4, RNG claims the first place in the regular season. In the playoffs, they again managed to play at the final but loss, this time against EDG.
At the 2017 Season World Championship RNG was drawn into Group C along with future tournament winners Samsung Galaxy, G2 Esports and 1907 Fenerbahçe Esports. The team performed incredibly well in their group and went 5-1. They only lost one game from the European G2 Esports. In the Quarterfinals their opponent was Fnatic and they defeated them 3-1 in convincing fashion. RNG’s Worlds run stopped in the Semifinals after a 2-3 loss to SK Telecom T1 in a very close and intense series.
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