Oskar ‘Selfmade’ Boderek Returns To 'League Of Legends', Seeks Team For 2024

Former player for Fnatic and Vitality, Oskar ‘Selfmade’ Boderek, is returning to 'League of Legends' with hopes to join a team in 2024 after a year of inactivity.Selfmade's Return to <a href=https://thegamerchronicles.com/league-of-legends alt='League of Legends'> League of Legends</a>

Former Fnatic and Vitality player Returns to Play

Oskar ‘Selfmade’ Boderek, former Fnatic and Vitality player, reveals that he is gearing up to play League of Legends again with the aspiration to find a team in 2024, after having retired for more than a year.

Career Hiatus

The Polish jungler missed the Summer split in 2022 and the entire season in 2023 following his demotion by Vitality in June 2022, due to reportedly inconsistent approaches towards the game. After a yearlong hiatus, Selfmade has reemerged in the 2024 off-season as a free agent, considering that he recently ended his contract with Vitality.

Comeback Statement

Expressing his comeback plans on his Twitter page, Selfmade mentioned that, after losing a year he described as “fully wasting my life,” he is ready to recommence playing the game again, in hopes to regain his peak form and attract team scouts. “I’ll try to stream on a daily basis and see what the future brings,” he posted. “My goal is to come back to pro play, but I guess only time can tell what will happen.”

Reputation Speculations

In the past 18 months, Selfmade’s reputation has significantly staggered, yet many speculate that he still can outperform several junglers currently performing in the LEC and LCS.

Professional Journey

Selfmade's professional journey initiated in 2019 with SK Gaming. He was subsequently selected by Fnatic, replacing Mads ‘Broxah’ Brock-Pedersen as the starting jungler. He facilitated the team in securing second-place finishes twice in the LEC and a playoff spot at Worlds in 2020. Unfortunately, his journey with Fnatic ended in the middle of 2021 due to internal issues.

Time at Vitality

Following his time at Fnatic, Selfmade joined Vitality. The team, despite the addition of new players, struggled to deliver strong performances. Experiencing frustration at the end of the last year due to his uncertain future in the 2023 season, Selfmade disclosed that he was journeying through the worst phase of his life. “The only thing I want to do is compete. I don’t feel like doing anything besides that,” he voiced during a live stream.

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