|Height||Weight||Hair Colour||Eye Colour||Blood Type||Tattoo(s)|
|2019-10-20||2nd||Tier 2||DreamLeague Season 12||Demon Slayers||2 : 3||Alliance||$60,000|
|2019-03-10||3 - 4th||Tier 2||StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 1||Flying Penguins||0 : 2||Gambit Esports||$30,000|
|2018-11-13||9 - 12th||Tier 1||The Kuala Lumpur Major||paiN X||0 : 2||Vici Gaming||$15,000|
|2017-12-09||5 - 9th||Tier 2||MDL Macau||VGJ.Storm||2/-/6||$9,000|
|2017-11-25||2nd||Tier 3||Midas Mode - North America||VGJ.Storm||2 : 3||OpTic Gaming||$7,500|
|2017-10-22||1st||Tier 3||World Cyber Arena 2017 North America Finals||VGJ.Storm||2 : 1||compLexity Gaming||$14,500|
|2017-05-31||2nd||Tier 2||DreamLeague Season 7 NA Division||Team Freedom||1/1/1||$3,000|
|2017-05-25||1st||Tier 3||Dota 2 BEAT Invitational Season 8||Team Freedom||3 : 1||compLexity Gaming||$6,000|
|2016-11-30||1st||Tier 3||ProDotA Cup Americas #7||Doo Wop||3 : 2||Team Freedom||$3,500|
|2016-03-21||1st||Tier 3||ProDotA Cup Americas #4||Team Freedom||3 : 1||Shazam||$3,500|
Before becoming a professional footballer Lee showed promise at cricket, representing the Horwich and Westhoughton Schools FA Team in 1958. When his football career came to an end, he briefly returned to cricket, playing for Westhoughton's first XI in 1977 as a medium-fast bowler and middle to lower order batsman.
Lee started his professional career with Bolton Wanderers. Manchester City manager Joe Mercer signed him for a club record transfer fee of £60,000 in 1967. He made his Manchester City debut in a 2–0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers at Maine Road, and scored his first Manchester City goal the following week at Fulham. In his first season at the club, he scored 16 League goals in 31 appearances, playing a crucial role in City's push for the 1967–68 League Championship; Mercer described him as "the final piece of the jigsaw". The title was decided on the final day of the season, City requiring a win at Newcastle United. City won the match 4–3, Lee scoring one of the goals, and were crowned champions. The following season Lee was part of the Manchester City team which won the 1969 FA Cup.
Lee left Manchester City in 1974, joining Derby County. For the second time in his career, Lee joined a team viewed as contenders for that season's league title. He was upset at Manchester City's decision to sell him and marked his first match against his former club by scoring the winning goal for Derby. Lee scored twelve league goals that season, Derby winning their second League title and Lee the second championship medal of his career. On 1 November 1975, Lee had a confrontation with Leeds United defender Norman Hunter, which gained a level of infamy after it was screened on Match of the Day. In the first half of the game, the referee adjudged that Hunter had fouled Lee in the Leeds penalty area, and awarded Derby a penalty. Charlie George, and not Lee, took the penalty kick, and scored. In the second half, Lee and Hunter were seen to be exchanging punches in an off-the-ball incident. The referee stopped the game and took both players' names, but it was not immediately clear if he had sent off either or both of them. However, as the two men walked away they began fighting again. After intervention by both sets of players, Hunter left the pitch and Lee was restrained and ushered off the field by a club official. In 2003, the incident was named by The Observer as sport's most spectacular dismissal.
In 1994, Lee became chairman of Manchester City, ousting Peter Swales from the position by purchasing £3 million of shares at a price of £13.35 per share. Lee was welcomed as a hero by City's supporters, who had formed a movement named Forward With Franny backing his attempt to gain control of the club. Upon becoming chairman, Lee made a series of extravagant claims about his plans for the club, announcing that "This will be the happiest club in the land. The players will be the best paid and we'll drink plenty of champagne, celebrate and sing until we're hoarse". In 1995, he appointed his friend Alan Ball as manager, but the appointment proved unsuccessful and the club were relegated. Lee stepped down in 1998, with the club on the brink of relegation to the third tier of English football, a fate which Lee had dismissed at the previous annual general meeting by saying that he would "jump off the Kippax" if the club were relegated. He was succeeded by David Bernstein. Lee retained a shareholding after leaving the board of directors but later sold all his shares to Thaksin Shinawatra.
In addition to his business ventures, Lee also had a career as a racehorse trainer. Notable horses trained by Lee include Sir Harry Hardman, Allwight Then and Young Jason. Lee gave the trade up in 2001 to pursue his business commitments.
Lee also held the record for the most goals in Manchester derbies, scoring 10 goals in all against Manchester United, a tally that equalled Joe Hayes' record. This record was later beaten by Wayne Rooney who scored his 11th goal in a Manchester derby on 22 September 2013.
Lee was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to football and charity.