The Dallas Fuel and tank player xQc have mutually agreed to part ways. The Fuel, who previously had a full roster, will now have one spot open for any future transfer period signings.

The Fuel signed xQc back in October, prior to the start of the inaugural Overwatch League season. He went on to play the team's first two matches of the regular season, but saw no other action in Stage 1 following his first suspension.

He returned to the team for Stage 2 and played four of the team's first six matches in the stage. However he received his second suspension that would have once again sidelined him for the remainder of the stage.

Former hitscan player Taimou filled in for xQc during his Stage 2 absences, a departure from cocco's substitutions in Stage 1. The Fuel recently announced the signing of main tank OGE and expect him to join the team by Stage 3, which happens to be the same time xQc would have returned from his suspension.

As a result of his suspension, xQc is unable to play or practice with any new team until the end of Stage 2. Should he and another Overwatch League team agree to a contract, he would be available to play for team the beginning of Stage 3.