In a Twitlonger post, the 32-year-old did not wish to disclose the reason for his departure, stating that he wants Renegades to dictate the terms of the announcements about the future of the team.
The Australian side cut a frustrating figure in London and were eliminated in the fourth round of the New Challengers Stage by Asian rival TYLOO after barely beating a Space Soldiers side with coach Canpolat "hardstyle" Yıldıran acting as a stand-in.
"I want to say thank you to the boys for allowing me to come in and coach them over the past few months," Ryu wrote. "It was a fun, challenging adventure and I wish you all nothing but the best.
"To the fans, I wish we could have delivered better results, and know that the boys were and are capable of great things, individually and together. Keep showing them the love.
"As for my future, I am undecided as to what my pursuits will be—I have a few things in mind and a few are already in the works, but nothing that’s official at this time. "
Renegades are now:
Changes— Ryu (@SelflessRyu) September 24, 2018