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RNG LetMe 2018 Summer.png
Background Information
NameYan Jun-Ze (严君泽)
Country of BirthChina
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Zoologo std.png Zoo?/????6/2014
GTlogo std.png GT6/20145/2015
RNGlogo std.png RNG5/20155/2016
SH Royallogo std.png SHRC5/201612/2016
Royallogo std.png Royal12/201612/2016
RNGlogo std.png RNG12/201612/2018
"LetMe" (Real Name: Yan Jun-Ze (严君泽)) is a Chinese League of Legends player, formerly a Top Laner for Royal Never Give Up.

Career History


LetMe first joined Zenith of Origin in early 2014 before joining Gamtee in June. His first tournament with the team was at WGT where they placed 2nd after losing to LGD Gaming (1-2) in the finals.


He is the starting top laner for the team in LPL Spring but they were unable to make it to the finals, as they ended the split at 11th place with a 1-12-9 record. They then went on to play for the promotion tournament and re-qualified for the summer split but Royal Never Give Up acquired the roster. In LPL Summer, LetMe and team had a rough time, finishing 9th in the regular season with only 3 wins. This forced them to play in the Promotion Tournament again in hopes of re-qualifying for the 2016 season. Fortunately, the team succeeded in doing so by defeating both Young Glory and 2144 Gaming.

Their LPL performance may have been poor, but they were able to win NESO in November, winning over Snake Esports (2-1) in the finals.


LetMe only played a singled game for RNG in LPL Spring against Energy Pacemaker.All, winning the series with 2 wins. Nothing followed for him after that, as he did not get a chance to play in the playoffs. In Summer, LetMe moved to Star Horn Royal Club to play in LSPL and managed a 3rd place finish in the playoffs, thus qualifying them for the LPL Spring Promotion. However, SHRC was unable to qualify for the 2017 season of the LPL as they lost to Newbee (0-3). After Looper left Royal Never Give Up, LetMe got promoted to the team as the starting top laner.



Date Event Result
2015-12-20 World Cyber Arena 2015 Gold.png RNG 3 : 1 EPAlogo std.png Energy Pacemaker.All
2015-11-08 2015 National Electronic Sports Open Gold.png RNG 2 : 1 Snakelogo std.png Snake eSports


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