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.
Apex Legends: Pro Guide
Who better to help you up your game than our very own Apex Legends roster? Most of our squad is super flexible when it comes to Legend selection, but they all have their favorites and they were more than happy to talk about how to improve on them.
Dabuz's Ultimate Tier List
With pro's discovering new tech and strategies regularly in Ultimate we have seen the tier lists constantly change in response. We talked to Dabuz about what makes these tier lists so fluid and who he thinks the top contenders are in a rapidly evolving game.
Street Fighter 4
John Takeuchi: Year One
John Takeuchi had an accelerated entrance into the world of esports. Unlike most of our talented players, John had never had a professional sponsor before landing a deal with Team Liquid. At only 20 when the ink dried on his contract, John’s world was about to expand in ways he never expected.
Good Things Always Come In Three
We are proud to announce three new additions to our Fortnite roster: Fiber, Riversan, and Cented. They are each incredibly skilled and we can not be more excited to watch them grow with us. More than just being good at the game, their personal qualities have made it evident that they are a perfect fit for Team Liquid.
League of Legends
NA's Wisest Mid Laner
Jensen finds solo kills and makes big plays in nearly every series and puts up stellar K/D/A’s as a result, but the big plays are only the tip of the iceberg. The true source of Jensen’s Titanic sinking skill comes from the way he thinks about the game.
League of Legends
I Don't Like Games, I Just Like Winning
Right now, CoreJJ is in contention to be the MVP of the 2019 LCS Spring Split. He has the highest KDA of any support, the 4th highest KDA overall, and the highest kill participation in the LCS. With a 14-4 record, Team Liquid has looked unstoppable all split long and it’s in no small part due to CoreJJ.