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Former Splyce top-laner Kiss “Vizicsacsi” Tamás has officially announced his desire to return to the competitive League of Legends scene after his retirement from LoL in 2019 in a Twitlonger. He is looking for offers to play in 2022.

Vizicsacsi’s career

Vizicsacsi retired after helping Splyce making top-eight at the 2019 World Championship, citing his “personal philosophy is to always give my best at what I do, but I don’t feel like I have the drive and motivation to go into the next years anymore.” But on May 29, Vizicsacsi released another Twitlonger stating that after he had settled down and took time away from the game, he found it fun again.

He later became MAD Lions’ positional coach. They went on to win the LEC 2021 Summer Season.

Vizicsacsi is a veteran of the European League of Legends scene. Before helping Splyce make it to Worlds 2019, he was famous for his time on Unicorns of Love, playing with now Fnatic support Zdravets “Hylissang” Iliev Galabov for almost four years. Vizicsaci then moved to FC Schalke 04 Esports and then Splyce.

His Poppy pocket pick regardless of the meta is his signature; he even played it recently in the grand finals of a local Hungarian tournament.

Vizicsacsi’s LoL comeback

Vizicsacsi stated that he’s found his motivation to play once again and is already getting back in shape, reaching Challenger rather quickly and bringing his infamous Poppy back into the fold. He is hungry to challenge for an LEC title.

“During my time at MAD Lions as positional coach I have also had the chance to recover my, lets call it ‘LEC knowledge.'” he said in the Twitlonger. “My main motivation to come back is to be the very best and to reach what I have come close to multiple times, but haven’t managed to get so far: the LEC title.”

In his long years in the EU LCS and LEC, Vizicsacsi has made the finals three times: 2015 spring (Unicorns), 2017 spring (Unicorns) and 2018 summer (Schalke 04), but he has not managed to win it all just yet.




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