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Background Information
NameDiego Ruiz
Country of BirthVenezuela
BirthdayNovember 25, 1991 (1991-11-25) (age 28)
TeamTempo Storm
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
New World Eclipselogo std.png NWE5/20139/2013
Gold Gaming LAlogo std.png ggLA9/201310/2013
Team Curselogo std.png Crs10/20131/2015
Team Liquidlogo std.png TL1/201512/2015
NRG eSportslogo std.png NRG4/20168/2016
Tempo Stormlogo std.png Tempo12/201611/2017
"Quas" (Real Name: Diego Ruiz) is a retired Venezuelan League of Legends player, formerly a Top Laner for Tempo Storm.


Quas started out on the team New World Eclipse, where he played in the top lane from May 2013 to September 2013. On September 14th, Quas joined the reformed ggLA, taking the position of top laner with KOR Kez as jungle, Bischu in the mid lane, otter as AD Carry, and NydusHerMain as support. He played with them up until October 14th when he left to take the position of solo laner for Team Curse, to play in the top lane while occasionally switching with Voyboy to play mid.[1]

2015 Season

Prior to the start of the spring LCS split, Team Curse merged with the Team Liquid organization and rebranded under the name Team Liquid. After a few swaps between Keith and Piglet as their AD carry, the team ended the season with a 9-9 record and qualified for playoffs with the sixth seed after defeating Team 8 in a tiebreaker game. During the split, Quas showcased his deep champion pool, with 13 different picks and wins on 9 of them. In the playoffs, Liquid beat CLG 3-0 in the quarterfinals before falling to Cloud9 3-2 in the semifinals; in the third-place match, Liquid finally broke the "fourth-place curse" that stopped them from placing higher than fourth place in any event that had persisted since they were Team Curse and took down Team Impulse 3-2.

Team Liquid finished the summer split round robin in first place after winning a tiebreaker match over Counter Logic Gaming - the first team other than TSM or Cloud9 to place first in an NA LCS round robin. However, in the playoffs, they lost immediately in the semifinals to TSM, making them also the first team to finish first in an NA LCS round robin but not make the playoff finals. A CLG victory over TSM in the playoff finals sent Team Liquid to the regional finals instead of giving them a direct seed to Worlds via Championship Points, and in the gauntlet they lost to underdogs Cloud9, ending their post-season abruptly.

2016 Preseason

On November 29th, 2015 Quas was suspended from Team Liquid in a decision made by team management.[2] Shortly afterwards he announced his retirement from competitive League of Legends.[3]


  • Has become known for strong mechanics and one of the rising stars in the amateur NA scene.
  • Is an advocate of playing  Vayne in the top lane.

Current Season Statistics



Date Event Result
2015-08-31 2015 Season North America Regional Finals Silver.png TL 1 : 3 Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9
2015-08-22 2015 NA LCS Summer Playoffs Bronze.png Liquid 3 : 1 Team Impulselogo std.png Team Impulse
2015-04-18 2015 NA LCS Spring Playoffs Bronze.png Liquid 3 : 2 Team Impulselogo std.png Team Impulse
Date Event Result
2014-08-31 2014 NA LCS Summer Playoffs Copper.png Team Curse 2 : 3 LMQlogo std.png LMQ
2014-04-20 2014 NA LCS Spring Playoffs Copper.png Team Curse Team Curselogo std.png 0 : 2 Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png Counter Logic Gaming







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