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News Archive
Dota 2   Last chance at Aegis: TL coaches gear up for LCQ After an endlessly up-and-down 2022, Liquid Dota has one last chance to make it to TI. Two spots on the line in one of the toughest events of the year, Liquid’s Dota coaches - Blitz, Jerax, and Jabbz - prepare the team to not only beat an insane gauntlet of enemies, but to beat their own inconsistency. The interview also includes thoughts on mid lane, patch 7.32, and the meta heading into TI.
  The Liquid Review: September 2022 Franchising in Valorant, heartbreak in League, YEKINDAR in CS... It's been a busy month in Team Liquid. Catch up today with September's Team Liquid Review!
League of Legends   Eyes on Worlds: Midbeast fills you in on LPL and LCK One of the best things about any esports title is international tournaments. All the regions coming together, the styles, the pride, the best-of-the-best, all clashing in one arena… it’s both competition and celebration, and nothing showcases that better than Worlds. League of Legends’ biggest event is already pretty exciting, but in 2022 it’s set to come back to North America for the first time in six years, bringing with it a return to live crowds. It’s so hype that by the time it rolls around, you’ll probably have forgotten your 4th place blues.
League of Legends   Farewell Guilhoto, farewell superteam As we say goodbye to Guilhoto, we want to also say goodbye to the superteam. This farewell is an interview conducted by Ben Zieper and CoreJJ and a reflection on the entire year. It's an article that reflects Guilhoto's own candor and openly discusses the issues within the split and how the superteam reached less-than-super results. If you want to know what happened, you'll want to read the article.
CS:GO | Valorant   IMC presents: The Liquid Open Get ready because it’s time for the 3rd annual IMC and Liquid grassroots tournament! This time we’re changing the name to Liquid Open and joining the FPS world. How do I enter? What can I win? How do I tune in? Can I win anything by watching? Why is IMC - a trading company - supporting all of this? The answers to all those questions in the article.
League of Legends | CS:GO   //WAVE// EliGE & Bjergsen: NA’s Greatests Perhaps no 2 players reflect each other so evenly as Bjergsen and EliGE. The two consensus GOATs of a relatively weak region, they share similar struggles, successes, and even elements of process, style, and personality. In the first of the //WAVE// column, we compare their careers, their processes, and their time in NA in a side-by-side interview.
  We are a Wave of One: Team Liquid Over the years, Team Liquid has become the home of champions—winning major titles in StarCraft, Dota, League of Legends, CS:GO, Smash, Quake, R6, and more. In the process, we’ve built up. We went from a single StarCraft clan into a global organization that’s spread across some 20 esports. Our emblem has turned from a banner on a website into a shield of pride—a symbol that draws in thousands of fans from across the entirety of esports.
Smash | Fighters | Valorant   What makes a platform fighter good? In the platform fighter world, one of the biggest struggles is stepping out from the shadow of the Smash Bros. series. So many titles emulate the series - and Melee especially - in an effort to make a good fighter that will catch on and stand the test of time. But thus far, the most successful platform fighter is one that breaks the mold: MultiVersus. So, what does make a good platform fighter? And what makes a successful one? Dylan Tate, a veteran writer in the platform fighter community gives his opinion.
  The Liquid Review: August 2022 August gave Team Liquid fans a VALORANT miracle run that looks awfully familiar, a rare disappointing finish in the Quake World Championship, a rough DotA 2 major, an even rougher TSL, and of course, mustaches. It’s been a pretty up and down 30 days.