Vizicsacsi, a veteran European League of Legends player, has announced his return to competitive play after a two-year hiatus. When the 2022 Spring Split begins, the 28-year-old hopes to return to Summoner's Rift.
Over the course of his long career, the seasoned top laner has represented a number of teams, but he most recently participated for Splyce in the 2019 season. He finished the year with his first participation at the World Championship, where he competed admirably alongside Humanoid, Xerxe, Kobbe, and Tore until being knocked out in the first round of the knockout stage by SK Telecom T1.
Comeback!— Kiss Tamás (@Vizicsacsi) September 7, 2021
Vizicsacsi later stated that he no longer felt motivated to play competitively and that he would pursue another career route away from the pro League. He felt that he needed a bigger break away from League after his time at Splyce, and during this period he could try out a few other things that he had always wanted to. He further said that in the meantime, having had the opportunity to process his ideas and feelings, he began to enjoy League more and more, and he regained his motivation.
Over the course of the year, he gradually returned to the game to try to win the one thing he has yet to earn: an LEC championship. He began by playing a lot of solo queue and was able to complete Challenger in a short period of time. He also aided MAD Lions by temporarily joining the club as a positional coach with Armut, and the team went on to win the LEC Summer Split finals in 2021.
Vizicsacsi now has his sights set on something that has eluded him since he began his professional career in Europe. He's been thwarted twice in the finals by Fnatic, once with Unicorns of Love in the 2015 Spring Split finals and again with Schalke 04 in the 2018 Summer Split finals. As a result, he is one of the best players in European history who has never won a national title.