UPDATE 12/17: After parting ways with BLG when his contract expired on December 15, mid laner Chu "FoFo" Chun-Lan signed with another LPL organization, Vici Gaming, on December 17. On J-Team, FoFo was one of the best players in Taiwan's League of Legends Master Series closed at the end of the 2019 season, and joined Bilibili Gaming for 2020. FoFo started for BLG for the entirety of the 2020 season, but was fined six months of his salary for inappropriate comments.
On Dec. 16, Bilibili Gaming announced that they’ve acquired Kim “Aiming” Ha-ram and Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo. It’s another big signing for Bilibili Gaming following the acquisition of head coach Kim Jeong-soo.
Aiming joined SK Telecom T1 as a trainee back in 2016, being recognized for his potential. He joined Afreeca Freecs later and started to appear on the LCK stage. Since then, Aiming developed into a top-tier bot lane carry. In 2020, Aiming served as the ace of kt Rolster and contributed to the team reaching the playoffs in the spring. Since his departure from kt Rolster, Aiming was considered to be one of the best bot laners in the FA market. There were many LCK teams that wanted him, but Aiming’s choice turned out to be the LPL.
Zeka is a former kt Rolster Academy player. Last year, he played for Vici Gaming as their mid laner, under the coaching of Kim “kkOma” Jeong-kyun. He was on and off the starting roster over the year, and is considered to be a hot prospect. It is said that Zeka also caught much attention from the LCK teams.
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