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Cruzerthebruzer

Cruzerthebruzer
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RETIRED
Background Information
NameCruz Ogden
Country of BirthUnited States
Competitive
RoleTop
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Team Legionlogo std.png LgNApr 2012Oct 2012
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Team MRNlogo std.png MRNJan 2013May 2013
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Azure Catslogo std.png ACMar 2013May 2013
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Team LoLPrologo std.png LoLProOct 2013Nov 2013
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Team Dignitaslogo std.png DIGNov 2013Jan 2015
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"Cruzerthebruzer" (Real Name: Cruz Ogden) is a retired American League of Legends player, formerly a Top Laner for Team Dignitas.

Biography

Cruzer has played video games all of his life. Before League of Legends, Cruz played many of the Final Fantasy games and enjoyed playing RTS games as well. Cruzerthebruzer is known for his heavy aggression focused playstyle, often taking many risks in the top lane. Cruzer is most known for playing a strong
Rumble
,
Yorick
,
Irelia
,
Vladimir
, and most notably
Lee Sin
.

On January 9th, 2015, Team Dignitas announced that they are searching for new substitution players and that Cruzerthebruzer, Azingy, Flappy Bearfish, and Heartbeat are no longer on the roster.[1]

Career History

Trivia

  • Throughout Season 1 and 2 he was regarded as one of the best
    Lee Sin
    players in the game.
  • Before being picked up as a member of Team Legion he became popular on youtube for his
    Lee Sin
    highlight videos.
    • As of recently has also begun to include a substantial amount of
      Irelia
      clips alongside his popular
      Lee Sin
      videos.

Results

  • 2012
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Date Place Event R Team Result Opponent
2012-08-31 5-8th   Regional Finals Season 2 Seattle     LgN 1 : 2   CLGP
2012-08-25 7-8th   MLG 2012 Summer Championship     LgN 0 : 2   CLG B
2012-08-12     IPL Face Off: San Francisco Showdown   LgN 1 : 2   CRS
2012-06-10 13-16th   MLG Pro Circuit 2012 Spring     LgN 0 : 2   oRb
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Media

Interviews


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