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LoL star bot laner ‘Uzi’ retires, citing injuries

Jun 3, 2020Emily RandESPN FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintRoyal Never Give Up bot laner Jian "Uzi" Zi-Hao on Wednesday announced his retirement from League of Legends on Weibo, citing chronic injuries and medical advice. He retires with Royal Never Give Up, the same organization with which he began his professional career in 2012. In a Twitter post, Royal Never Give Up praised Uzi as "not only the heart and soul of RNG, but also an icon in the esports world as a whole. From a teenager onwards he never gave up and worked as hard as he could to be the best he could in his role, he inspired many. "As of today, LPL0006 @UziRNG will officially retire. Uzi was not only the heart and soul of RNG, but also an icon in the esports world as a whole.

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