|Name||Wang Yong-Jie (王永傑)|
|Country of Birth||Taiwan|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
Wang "GoDJJ" Yong Jie is currently the AD carry for Legend Dragon.
He used to play the Dota style Warcraft III mod "Nobunaga's Ambition" heavily, where he attributes most his confidence in the MOBA genre from. He began looking to become a professional player with Starcraft 2, joining several amateur teams. One of his teammates would eventually introduce League of Legends to him. Out of boredom he began streaming his games, which quickly became one of the most watched streams in the world. He enjoyed playing burst mages before the EU meta, but gradually settled in to the AD role. GodJJ was offered a position on the TPA roster as soon as he finished college examinations. He wishes to resume his education next year, but for now is fully devoted to practicing with his team.
GoDJJ was a very well known high elo player on the NA servers, garnering attention from both Taiwanese and North American players on the server. As a result, he was a very popular streamer at the time. He would play on several amateur teams while continuing his studies. He would garner the most attention from Garena on Theory of Evolution, as they attempted to qualify for IPL 5. The Taipei Assassins offered him a position that he would fill once finishing college examinations. He would soon become a notable practice partner of the team and one of the pieces being assembled for the eventual sister team, the Taipei Snipers.
GodJJ would join the Snipers in January of 2013, along with MiSTakE, Zonda, OhReaL, NeXAbc, and colalin. GoDJJ and his teammates would be thrown into international competition quickly, competing in the GIGABYTE StarsWar League/Season 2. The team would place fifth overall against teams such as SK Telecom T1, NaJin Sword, Team WE, and Invictus Gaming. The team showed a bright future ahead of them.
The Taipei Snipers would join the TeSL, the Taiwan eSports League, rather than join the GPL with their sister team. They would join new Taiwanese teams such as the Gamania Bears, Wayi Spider, and ahq e-Sports Club. GoDJJ and team would crush the opposition, winning first place in the league with a record of 20-5. The team then looks to the Season 3 Taiwan Regional Finals, hoping to represent Taiwan at the Season 2 World Championship in Los Angeles. They would dis-spell Wayi Spider and ahq e-Sports club to make it to the final of the regionals, to be matched up to the Gamania Bears. A clear favorite in the series, the Taipei Snipers are upset 2-3, with the Gamania Bears earning their worlds berth.
The Taipei Snipers joined the GPL, being re-tooled to be more competitive after their loss to the Gamania Bears. NeXAbc retiring would leave more shotcalling duties to GoDJJ, as OhReaL would be taking his place in the mid lane. The team would lose 2-3 to their sister team in the 2014 GPL Winter final 2-3. After this loss in the finals, GodJJ's support, MiSTakE, would retire leaving him to become the captain of the Taipei Snipers. The team would place third in the following 2014 GPL Spring split, showing a continual decline among the Taiwanese elite. Eventually, the Snipers would fail to fill one of the Taiwanese regional spots for 2014 GPL Summer, leaving them to dominate 2014 LNL Summer instead, awaiting a chance to qualify for the 2014 Season World Championship. They would be eliminated by the Saigon Fantastic Five 2-3, leaving them 3rd in regionals. The team would be acquired by ahq e-Sports Club shortly after playoffs. Aside from OhReaL, GoDJJ and the team would look to fill out other rosters in the future.
GoDJJ would soon be announced as one of the players to be recruited to Toyz' team, under Hong Kong Esports. He would be brought in with his support from the Taipei Snipers, Awei. After failing to qualify for IEM Taiwan, GoDJJ's bot lane partner would change, with former paiN Gaming support, Olleh, coming in to fill out the support role.
GoDJJ and Hong Kong Esports performed well in the regular season of the 2015 League of Legends Master Series, placing third and going 15-6. They would go on to be eliminated 3-0 by ahq e-Sports Club in the quarterfinals.
- He was once ranked number 1 in the NA and Taiwan Servers solo queue ladder at the same time.
- One of the most famous streamers in his region.
- His signature is his deep, raspy voice, which conflicts with his rather young-looking appearance. He is often called "big uncle", a way of addressing an older man in Mandarin Chinese.
|2015-12-20||World Cyber Arena 2015||LDG 3 : 0 2144 Danmu Gaming|
|2015-08-29||Hong Kong Esports Tournament Season 3||hkes 1 : 3 Flash Wolves|
|2015-08-16||2015 Season Taiwan Regional Finals||hkes 2 : 3 Flash Wolves|
|2015-07-26||2015 LMS Summer Playoffs||hkes 0 : 3 ahq e-Sports Club|
|2015-07-12||2015 LMS Summer Season||HKES 5-8-1 Group Stage (W/L)|
|2015-04-10||2015 LMS Spring Playoffs||HKES 0 : 3 ahq e-Sports Club|
|2015-03-22||2015 LMS Spring Season||HKES 15 : 6 Group Stage (W/L)|
|2015-01-17||HKESC Winter Playoffs||HKES 2 : 3 yoe Flash Wolves|
|2014-08-23||2014 Season Garena Regional Finals||tps 2 : 3 Saigon Fantastic Five|
|2014-08-20||2014 LNL Summer||tps 13 : 1 Group Stage (W/L)|
|2014-04-06||2014 GPL Spring||tps 3 : 1 Saigon Jokers|
|2014-01-11||2014 GPL Winter||tps 2 : 3 Taipei Assassins|
|2014-01-04||2014 LNL Winter||tps 13 : 8 Group Stage (W/L)|
|2013-11-30||IEM Season VIII - Singapore||tps 0 : 2 Invictus Gaming|
|2013-08-29||Season 3 Taiwan Regional Finals||tps 2 : 3 Gamania Bears|
- November 7th, 2012 【賽事】教主駕到 TPA GodJJ 專訪 (Chinese) with garena.tw