Former Fnatic and Vitality Player Selfmade Returns to League of Legends

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Oskar ‘Selfmade’ Boderek Resumes Playing League of Legends

Oskar ‘Selfmade’ Boderek, a former player for Fnatic and Vitality, has declared he is resuming playing League of Legends. The announcement comes after a year-long hiatus from the game as he hopes to land a team spot for the 2024 season.

The Extended Break

The Polish jungler, Selfmade, took an extended break from competitive play following the 2022 Summer Split and skipped the entirety of the 2023 season. His decision was a result of his benching by his former team, Vitality, in June 2022, alleged to be due to game approach variations.

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Taking more than a year off, Selfmade now enters the 2024 off-season as a free agent, following the termination of his contract with Vitality last month.

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Social Media Update

In an update on social media, Selfmade professed his intentions to play the game again after having spent a year without much progress. He is hopeful of getting back to his prime and trying to attract the attention of prospective teams.

Selfmade also shared his plans to regularly stream on various platforms and observe what the future holds. His primary aim is to return to professional play; however, he understands only time will confirm the possibility of his comeback.

Despite Significant Decline

Despite a significant decline in his career's progress over the last 18 months, Selfmade still holds potential to be an upgrade over some of the junglers currently playing in the LEC and LCS.

Career Journey Of Selfmade

Selfmade began his LEC career in 2019 with SK Gaming, he was later selected by Fnatic, replacing Mads ‘Broxah’ Brock-Pedersen as the principal jungler. Despite achieving runner-up success twice in the LEC and leading the team to a playoff appearance at Worlds in 2020, his run with Fnatic ended in mid-2021 due to internal problems.

The player then moved on to Vitality. Despite high expectations, this team also struggled to perform, mainly due to the internal dysfunction resulting from aligning Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković in the mid lane and Barney ‘Alphari’ Morris in the top lane.

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Reality of 2023 Season

Facing the reality of sitting out the 2023 season, Selfmade admitted last year that he was frustrated with the situation. He stated he was going through the darkest phase of his life, with his only desire to compete in the game.

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