Tong "Mikasa" Junjie is a professional Dota 2 player who is currently the coach of Vici Gaming.
Was part of TyLoo from February of 2012 through August of 2012 and played as the offlane solo.
Recruited by PanPan as a founding member of the Dota 2 team for Vici Gaming and was notable as the only player on the team with prior experience on a professional team. The other four members were only known for their prowess on the public ladder.
In March 2013 sydm was demoted to Vici Gaming 2 as ZSMJ would take over the solo mid role in the main squad of VG. In early 2015 he coached and stood in for CDEC Gaming as they searched for a replacement player. In March of 2015 he became the coach of LGD Gaming.. In 2016 following the Chinese roster shuffle in March it was revealed that Mikasa has become the coach of the Vici Gaming main squad after former coach QQQ retired.
Vici Gaming Reborn's solo mid player, Nono was unable to attend the StarLadder i-League Invitational LAN at its time, and mikasa filled in for him as a substitute. He made many remarkable performances on Queen of Pain and Puck to secure Vici Gaming Reborn's first LAN win outside of China.
|2016-12-20||7th||Major||Dota2 Professional League Season 2 - Top||2/11/3||Grp. S.||$35,000|
|2016-12-16||2nd||Premier||World Cyber Arena 2016||2 : 3||$143,720|
|2016-08-08||13 - 16th||Premier||The International 2016||0 : 1||$103,852|
|2016-07-14||3rd||Major||Dota2 Professional League Season 1||12/6/3||Grp. S.||$14,000|
|2016-07-09||5 - 6th||Premier||Nanyang Dota 2 Championships Season 2||0 : 2||$7,550.8|
|2016-07-02||5 - 6th||Major||WCA2016 CN Qualifiers S2||0/2/1||Grp. S.||$1,498.9|
|2016-04-17||1st||Premier||StarLadder i-League Invitational #1||3 : 1||$45,000|
|2015-02-03||13 - 16th||Premier||Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015||5/-/10||Grp. S.||$30,575|
|2015-01-03||5 - 6th||Premier||i-League Season 2||- : W||$4,200.92|
|2013-12-31||3rd||Premier||2013 WPC ACE Dota 2 League||3 : 0||$16,528|
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- Referred to as "God of War 7" "战神7" by Chinese fans.