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Background Information
NameLê Trung Kiên
Country of BirthVietnam Vietnam
BirthdayAugust 30, 2000 (age 19)
TeamTeam Flashlogo std.pngTeam Flash
RoleTop Laner
Soloqueue IDsYoshikawa Yuuko (VN)
Social Media & Links
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Team History
??? ???? - Feb 2019
Top Laner
New Power Esportslogo std.pngNew Power Esports
Feb 2019 - Dec 2019
Top Laner
MESlogo std.pngGAM Esports
Dec 2019 - Present
Top Laner
Team Flashlogo std.pngTeam Flash

Lê "Yoshino" (▶️ listen) Trung Kiên is a League of Legends esports player, currently top laner for Team Flash.


2019 Spring[edit]

After two unsuccessful attempts to qualify to major events with New Power Esports"Yoshino" Trung Kiên joined GAM Esports to play as a top laner. Yoshino was only able to play four games in a disappointing 5th place split for GAM Esports in the spring split.

2019 Summer[edit]

With GAM Esports changing their roster for the summer split by moving their starting top laner, Kiaya into the mid lane to accommodate Zeros, who would be unable to play for the first 3 weeks of the split, Yoshino was given a chance to prove himself. These three weeks were enough for Yoshino to show his talent winning 10 of the 12 games he played. GAM Esports lost all 3 games where he did not play. Although Zeros played a majority of the rest of the split Yoshino played in 8 of the remaining 19 games, including 3 games in the middle lane bringing his record to 18 wins out of 20 games.

GAM Esports would secure a first seed in the 2019 Season World Championship Main Event with a undefeated Playoffs run against Lowkey Esports and Team Flash. However, Yoshino would not play in the 2019 Season World Championship and the team would be eliminated with a 1-5 record.

2020 Spring[edit]

Yoshino moved to Team Flash to play Toplane alongside with Stark in a coaching role, where he secured his first consistent starting place. Yoshino Fell ill before the Playoffs, and therefore played no part in Team Flash's victory 3-2 against GAM Esports to achieve first place.


  • Despite playing a majority of regular season games on two teams which won the split Yoshino has never played a game in either the VCS playoffs or International competitions.

Tournament Results[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Yoshino Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2020-04-050020002 VCS 2020 Spring
10 - 4Blanklogo std.pngRR
Team Flashlogo std.pngFL Yoshino,  Yijin,  Kati,  Slayder,  CBL,  Sergh
2019-08-110010001 VCS 2019 Summer
11 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
MESlogo std.pngGAM Kiaya,  Zeros,  Levi,  Hieu3,  Yoshino,  Minas,  Zin,  Slay,  Yuna,  Tinikun
2019-03-240050005 VCS 2019 Spring
6 - 8Blanklogo std.pngRR
MESlogo std.pngGAM Kiaya,  Spot,  Yoshino,  Blazes,  Police,  Yin,  Hope,  Archie,  Iris,  Tinikun
2018-12-09bbbbbbNQ LOC Series III Vietnam Qualifier
0 : 3Team Flashlogo std.pngFL
New Power Esportslogo std.pngNPE Yoshino,  Knight,  Jedi,  Killer,  KilluA,  LeeLys,  Kiko,  Beer
2018-05-08bbbbbbNQ VCS 2018 Summer Promotion
0 : 3Hall of Famelogo std.pngHOF
New Power Esportslogo std.pngNPE Yoshino,  Vormund,  Jedi,  Killer1,  Sehun1,  Killua,  KiKo,  LeeLys



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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 GAM Esports' Facebook Post (Vietnamese) facebook.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 GAM Esports' Facebook Post (Vietnamese) facebook.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Team Flash.Vietnam's Facebook Post (Vietnamese) facebook.com
  4. GCD Archive Pages: before change - VN - 2019-05-31; after change - VN - 2019-06-04
  5. GCD Archive Pages: before change - VN - 2019-11-11; after change - VN - 2020-01-15