|Country of Birth:||Venezuela|
|Peak League:||Challenger I (NA) 863 LP|
|Alternate IDs:|| Crs Quas|
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Diego "Quas" Ruiz is the Top Laner for Tempo Storm.
|2016 NA LCS Summer Split|
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Quas started out on the team New World Eclipse, where he played in the top lane from May 2013 to September 2013. He got to the semifinals with them at the 2013 PAX Spring Promotion Qualifier, losing 0-2 to COGnitive Gaming. 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..
Team Curse was plagued with inconsistency throughout 2014. In the Spring Split, they would place 5th in the regular season with an 11-17 record. In the playoffs, they would make Top 4 but placed 4th after losing the 3rd place match 0-2 to Counter Logic Gaming. In the Summer Split, they would improve on their regular season after placing 4th. Despite a strong showing against CLG in the Quarterfinals of Playoffs, they would lose to a dominant Cloud9 and then failed to qualify for Worlds after losing to LMQ 2-3 in a close series. Despite their rough season as a team, Quas was able to become a more stable top laner as time went on.
After Curse rebranded to Team Liquid in 2015, Quas remained as the starting top laner. Despite a rough regular season performance in the Spring Split, Team Liquid was able to get 3rd place in the playoffs, taking down Team Impulse 3-2 in the 3rd place match. The Summer Split proved to be more successful for Liquid. They would place 1st in the regular season with an impressive 14-5 record, taking down Counter Logic Gaming in the tiebreaker for 1st. They were unable to replicate this success however, placing 3rd once more after taking down Team Impulse again, this time in a 3-1 victory. After stumbling in the playoffs, Liquid had to play in the Regional Qualifier in order to qualify for Worlds. They were however taken down by Cloud9 and failed to qualify. In December of 2015, Quas was removed as the starting top laner of Liquid due to unspecified reasons. He would go on to retire from competitive gaming.
Despite being retired during the Spring Split, Quas came out of retirement and joined NRG Esports in April of 2016 as their new top laner.
- As of 9/22/2015, he is "immune to deportation". 
- As of 9/22/2015, Quas is now a citizen of the USA.
- Known for strong mechanics.
- Is an advocate of playing
Vayne in the top lane.
- Played Poppy and Swain in solo queue because of their lack of skill shots. He did not want to play champions with skill shots due to his high ping from living in Venezuela
- April 26th - NRG eSports acquire Quas, Santorin and KiWiKiD with theScore eSports
- June 1st - Meet the new NRG: first impressions, team synergy and expectations for the 2016 summer split with theScore eSports
- February 9th - NA LCS 2015: Quas "I really like the meta right now...you can play anything top lane." (video) with SK Gaming
- July 12th - Quas on Fenix & Format Changes: "I Would Really Like a Best of 2 or Best of 3" (video) with Gamespot
- October 24th - I am Diego "Quas" Ruiz, Top Laner for Team Curse. AMA! with Reddit
- November 16th - The Inner League - Diego "Quas" Ruiz - Episode 4 with LolKing
- November 19th - Curse Five for Five: Quas with Team Curse
- December 30th - Interview With Curse’s Quas with Cloth5