Team Liquid is one of the largest esports brands in the West. Our players compete at the highest level in StarCraft 2, League of Legends, Dota 2, Hearthstone, CS:GO, Street Fighter, Smash, Fortnite, Rainbow Six, Quake and PUBG. Follow our news coverage as our players participate in tournaments around the world.
League of Legends
How to make a David: Engineering an upset
NA has long been the underdog in League of Legends. It's time to accept the identity and be the David to the East's Goliath. Only, this won't happen in one epic moment. It will take years of development, savvy, and belief to create a real, Worlds-winning breakthrough.
League of Legends
Don't Look Back
As Alphari heads into the final day of Groups, he doesn't look forward, doesn't look back. He simply works to realize the ideal top laner that he knows he can become - and to make his trip to NA worth it all.
Melee was Never/Always Lonely
In Melee, competing can feel lonely even when everything the scene has comes from community. Logan sees a metaphor for the odd mingling of isolation and community through the car ride home after the local and looks deeper into how communities are built through an interview with TO DarkGenex.
All Ibiza wanted to do was play PUBG
For Ibiza, esports was always the option. The single-minded PUBG star began in the ill-fated War Z battle royale and has never looked back since. Walking down that unclear path, he's found a team, a career, and a life for himself.
Smash | Fighters
The next evolution: Team Liquid welcomes Atelier
In Japan, Atelier is an aggressive, tech chasing, montage-making top player who's beaten Zackray, Tea, KEN, and many of Japan's best. In the West, he's still only half-known. Learn about Atelier's past in Smash 4, rise in Ultimate, and future quest to beat Tweek and become the best Pokemon Trainer.