Veselin Ignatov
Veselin Ignatov
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SumaiL Leaves Quincy Crew after Summit 11 NA Quals

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Dota 2 professional Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan is no longer part of the active roster for North America team Quincy Crew.

Yesterday was the final day of the qualifiers for The Summit 11, and the newly-formed NA team Quincy Crew was one of the favorites to take a major spot. Unfortunately, the talented North American squad was unable to step up to the competition and failed the qualify for MDL Chengdu, the first major of the '19-'20 DPC season.

Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan Departs Quincy Crew After Qualifying for the Summit XI Minor Qualifiers

Even though they easily won the qualifiers, it looks as though things inside the team were not operating as smoothly as everyone would've liked. According to a recent tweet from QC's manager Jack “KBBQ” Chen, Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan is no longer a part of the team. The move is a shocking one, especially considering the level of play that the NA team showed at the qualifiers. The surprise move is even more shocking to fans that were looking forward to seeing both Hassan and his brother, Yawar “YawaR” Hassan, play together in the server.

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According to the tweet, SumaiL decided to leave due to a “fit issue”. While it's unclear what the exact issue was, it seems likely that there were too many core players on the roster which led to a clashing of playstyles. This will probably be a very common issue in this DPC, especially if fans take a look at recent moves from both Evil Geniuses and Virtus. Pro.

What's Next for Hassan and Quincy Crew?

Yawar “YawaR” Hassan will most likely fill in the gap left by his brother as a carry player. Ultimately, Hassan's departure leaves Quincy Crew searching for an offlaner to stand in for an important Minor tournament that starts in mere days.

There is currently no information regarding Hassan's future, and he hasn't posted a tweet since September 25th since the time of this article. Originally, the Dota 2 prodigy spent five years with Evil Geniuses and stoked his winning ways with the classic North American organization. Since TI 9 came to an end, however, Hassan decided to take on a new challenge in his life and left the NA powerhouse.

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