Fury (Lee Jin-yong)

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SNG Fury 2017 Spring.png
Background Information
Name: Lee Jin-yong (이진용)
Country of Birth: South Korea South Korea
Birthday: November 11, 1995 (1995-11-11) (age 21)
Residency: News Label - Korea.png Korea
Team: Suning Gaming
Role: AD Carry
Favorite champions:   
Other competitive IDs: ZetNjin
Soloqueue IDs: 할줄아는게피딩, Prime ZetNJin, WE K ZetNJin, 삼성갤럭시 Fury
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Team History
Oct 2013 - ??? 2014
Primelogo std.png Prime Optimus
Dec 2014 - Dec 2015
Samsunglogo std.png Samsung Galaxy
Dec 2015 - Jan 2016
IMlogo std.png Incredible Miracle
Jan 2016 - Nov 2016
LongZhulogo std.png Longzhu Gaming
Dec 2016 - Dec 2016
TBGlogo std.png T.Bear Gaming
Dec 2016 - Present
SNGlogo std.png Suning Gaming
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Lee "Fury" Jin-yong (Hangul: 이진용) is the AD carry for Suning Gaming.


2014 Season

Lee "Fury" Jin-yong originally played under the name ZetNjin for Prime Optimus, part of their starting roster consisting of himself, Grr, redKong, Gru, Luca, Hanlabong, and MKPS2. The team played in HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014, where they finished last in their group including KT Arrows, SK Telecom T1 K, and SK Telecom T1 S but notably took a 2-0 set off SKT T1 S.

2015 Season

After the Prime Optimus roster broke up and the Korean region switched to a one-team-per-organization format, ZetNjin, now known as Fury, joined Samsung Galaxy as their new AD carry, part of a starting roster including himself, CuVee, Eve, BlisS, and Wraith, playing in the 2015 Champions Spring Preseason. Samsung played in SBENU Champions Spring 2015 but placed last and were forced to play in the 2015 Champions Summer Promotion. Samsung qualified for SBENU Champions Summer 2015 when they placed first in their group by beating Prime Clan and Xenics. Samsung placed seventh during the regular season and missed playoffs but they qualified for the next season of LCK.

2016 Preseason

Samsung competed in the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup where they were placed against Ever in the first round. To the surprise of many, Samsung was quickly dispatched 2-0. Fury left Samsung on November 30th. Near the end of his contract with Samsung, Fury was approached by Team Dragon Knights mid laner Ninja about a possible move to the team. Fury engaged in discussion despite being under contract and as a result was suspended for one month.[1] Despite his temporary ban, Fury joined Incredible Miracle in late December, with Cpt Jack as his substitute.[2] Incredible Miracle rebranded to Longzhu on January 3rd, 2016.

2016 Season

During the 2016 LCK Spring Season, Longzhu played with a 10-man roster, liberally using substitute players. Fury shared play time with fellow ADC Cpt Jack. Longzhu finished the spring split in seventh place with an 8-10 set record, missing out on a spot in the playoffs. Longzhu fared poorly in the 2016 LCK Summer Season, going 7-11 in sets and netting them eighth place, letting them escape relegations.


  • Is a self-proclaimed master of  Jinx.


  • 2017
  • 2016
Date Event Result
2016-04-14 2017 LSPL Spring Playoffs Gold.png Suning Gaming SNGlogo std.png 3 : 0 YMlogo std.png Young Miracles
2017-04-08 2017 LSPL Spring Season Silver.png Suning Gaming SNGlogo std.png 17 : 5 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L)
Date Event Result
2016-11-20 IEM Season 11 - Oakland SF.png Longzhu Gaming LongZhulogo std.png 0 : 2 Yoe.FWlogo std.png Flash Wolves



External Links


  1. Competitive Ruling: Chris Shim, Geon-Woo “Ninja” Noh, & Jin-Yong “Fury” Lee lolesports.com
  2. Incredible Miracle's Facebook Post facebook.com