Team Liquid is a world renowned professional gaming organization established in 2000. Since our grassroots beginnings as a Battle.net clan and StarCraft community site, we have grown into a multifaceted global company with unparalleled reach in the industry.

With over 60 championship caliber athletes in 14 of the world’s top games, Team Liquid is synonymous with success. Our collective teams have won the most prize money in the history of esports while amassing trophies across different titles and different countries. Our European Dota 2 team has built a reputation as one of the greatest teams of all time, winning The International 2017 and Supermajor 2018 along the way. Our League of Legends franchise was the best North American team in 2018, claiming NALCS Spring and Summer titles in back-to-back splits. CS:GO, Rainbow 6: Siege, Melee, Street Fighter, Fortnite, PUBG; we count among the best in all of them.

More than just an esports team, Team Liquid is also a media enterprise. Starting with our community sites, we have expanded into other areas within the gaming ecosystem. 1UP Studios, our video content production arm, is a full service production company renowned for its high-quality documentary style filmmaking and creative commercial content. Our wiki network, Liquipedia, is the most widely used resource in all of esports. We also manage some of the gaming space’s most popular names through our influencer management agency, Liquid Media.

Today, Team Liquid continues to lead in both competition and innovation from our headquarters, the Alienware Training Facility, a state-of-the-art esports facility in Los Angeles. With plans for further investments into world class esports athletes, facilities, and infrastructure, Team Liquid stands at the forefront of a thriving new industry.

aXiomatic
aXiomatic began operations in November 2016 with a mission to build a portfolio of dynamic company holdings in the esports and video gaming industry through strategic partnerships, investments and acquisitions. The company leadership includes Co-Executive Chairmen Peter Guber, Ted Leonsis, Jeff Vinik and Bruce Karsh who together represent an unparalleled team of sports, technology, entertainment and investment industry titans. Bruce Stein, an accomplished executive from technology, content and consumer product companies, leads aXiomatic as CEO. Collectively, the group has expansive access to valuable esports resources including venues, technologies, media content, distribution partners and investment capital. In September 2016, aXiomatic acquired controlling interest in one of the world’s premier esports brands, Team Liquid. In addition, aXiomatic has made several strategic investments into esports-related businesses and will continue to access all their resources to build new, richer player and fan esports experiences.

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Victor "Liquid`Nazgul" Goossens
Founder, Owner and Co-CEO | @LiquidNazgul

Steve "LiQuiD112" Arhancet
Owner and Co-CEO | @LiQuiD112

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League of Legends   Take notes: How TLH is Learning From EG After a shocking 0-3 loss to Evil Geniuses in the Losers Finals of the 2022 Spring Playoffs, Team Liquid’s dressing room is predictably quiet. Quiet enough that, through SQUAD’s camera crew, you can hear the sound of the players’ shoes shuffling against the carpet. After a moment, Liquid head coach André "Guilhoto" Pereira Guilhoto ruptures the silence.