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Good in Games TL x AW Careers Programs
Alienware and Team Liquid are launching a series of programs. These are tournaments, internships, a chance to earn scholarships, and content that helps you learn about esports careers. We’ve designed them to make a space where all of us are welcome: TL.GG/GIG
League of Legends
The Next Generation in League Content
The next generation of League of Legends content has a new home. Starting today, Team Liquid is migrating to its own YouTube channel: TL.gg/LOLYT. With the new YouTube channel will come new series and some expansions on old ones. To learn more, read the full announcement.
Savjz and Slysssa: Two Sides of a Different Coin
Savjz and Slysssa are both beloved Hearthstone streamers, each with a big presence in Battlegrounds and some big moments in the standard constructed format as well. For as similar as their destination is, their journeys are stark in their difference. Learn about their love for the game, their quest to build community, and their fight against the grind in this player spotlight article.
I don’t give a damn what my stats look like
"I don’t give a damn if I go 0-7 or 7-0 when I do some aggro plays." Jamppi says. Though, it's not because the infamously aggressive sniper doesn't care about the results. It's just the opposite. Jamppi's main motivation is winning and he does that through creating openings. In this interview, Jamppi talks about his role as a motivator, sniper, entry fragger, and star Guitar Hero player.
League of Legends | Dota 2
Team Liquid Extends SAP Analytics Partnership
Here’s to another year - Team Liquid is proud to share that we’re extending our relationship with SAP into its 4th year. SAP helps us step our game up with incredibly high-level data analysis that improves our drafts, our practice, our preparation, and - in the future - our scouting.
The Reykjavik Rundown with Sliggy: The Meta
"I think there’s gonna be a crazy amount [of curveballs]. In this game it’s super hard to come against stuff that you haven’t seen before so I feel like there might be a lot of that." In this bonus round of Reykjavik Rundown Sliggy talks about the meta, the UK scene's big role in Valorant, and his love for the game.
The Reykjavik Rundown with Sliggy: The West
"I think we’re in a really good spot to win it all. [...] I think we're the best we’ve ever been." It's the third Reykjavík Rundown and time for Sliggy to analyze the West, his camaraderie with V1, the fated battle between EU and NA, and of course - Team Liquid's chances.
The Reykjavik Rundown with Sliggy: The South
“The team Vikings, from Brazil, really impressed me. Individually, these guys are great. I think they can have a really good run.” In the second edition of Reykjavík Rundown Sliggy gives his take on the LATAM and Brazilian teams. Here he sees a potential dark horse and a team that should be considered right up there with TL, Fnatic, and Sentinels.
The Reykjavik Rundown with Sliggy: The East
"Their style could work out really well or really bad, honestly." Sliggy says of Korea's NUTURN, "I don’t think there’s gonna be a middle ground." Sliggy gives you the rundown of the Korean region to open up the Reykjavík Rundown - a series of articles designed to get you caught up with Valorant's major teams and regions before the big Masters tournament.