|Name||Diego Arce Chang|
|Country of Birth||Peru|
|Soloqueue IDs||ANG Chang (NA), Arce (NA), CaIidadPura|
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Lyon Gaming Qualified for IEM San Jose with a roster consisting of Porky, Thyak, Seeiya, NerzhuL, and Arce. However, NerzhuL and Arce were unable to attend the event due to visa issues, and so Maplestreet and Dodo8, the bot lane of Team 8, substituted for the team.
On February 2015, Arce step down from Lyon Gaming starting roster to substitute position because he would not have enough time to train with the team due to his studies.
On May 2015, Arce joins Gaming Gaming as starting support.
On September 2015, Arce lefts studies to return to Lyon Gaming as support.
- Known for his Alistar.
- Was constantly compared to Dyrus by the Latin American community for their physical resemblance.
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- September 15, League of Legends: los peruanos comentan su experiencia de jugar la Final Latinoamérica Movistar 2018 (Spanish) with Redacción Depor on Depor.com
- October 4, Infinity Relic: "I think Cloud9 is the toughest team in the Play-Ins." with Byungho "Haao" Kim, Yudae "Akiin" Oak on Inven Global
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