Update for the LCS 2016 Season, Diego Ruiz

November 29 2015




It is with a very heavy heart that we announce Diego “Quas” Ruiz's suspension from Team Liquid. This decision was made after an incident occurred this week at the Team Liquid HQ in Los Angeles. We are reviewing all the details surrounding the event before making a final decision. Steve Arhancet, the owner of the team, is personally engaged and working closely with with Diego and his family. While we understand the desire for transparency, we value Diego’s privacy and we will be releasing further information as appropriate.

From Quas:
"To all my fans,

I know this is sad to hear, but this was the better decision moving forward with my life and growing up. I hope that TL finds a suitable replacement and performs as well as I know they can this season. I am very grateful to Team Liquid for giving me the biggest opportunity of my life and for letting me be a part of esports. I wish everyone the best."
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