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.
News Archive
Dota 2   An Introduction to rmN Get to know our new DotA coach rmN- and get some added insight into our TI winning team.
League of Legends   To the Next Level: Jensen Comes Worlds Ready With the addition of Jensen, our plan and intentions are clear.
League of Legends   To the Next Level: CoreJJ Comes to Elevate NA Improvement has always been the name of the game for CoreJJ.
Smash   The Ultimate Research: A Q&A with Salem Ultimate is currently the final frontier of Smash. It’s new. It’s still developing its own unique play style and exploring new techniques. The tier lists change every day. And most of all, “It’s weird.” But in a good way. At least that’s how Salem is describing it.
League of Legends   Men of Myth: Cain, Dodo and Hermes It's difficult to describe just how much a great coach elevates a great team, so much so that the a good coach is often treated as a sort of mythical creature. Cain, Dodo, and Hermes are no men of myth. They are real people putting in the time to turn Team Liquid into champions.
  The Horsepower of Dreams: Team Liquid Partners with Honda Esports is an industry in motion, and it’s important to stay ahead both literally and figuratively. It’s this pursuit of innovation that drives us to do what we do, creating new experiences for our fans, players and partners through gaming. We’ve come a long way since we started, and 2019 will be another great leap forward for Team Liquid — but this time, we’ll be riding in style. We’re thrilled to announce our Official Automobile Partner, Honda!
CS:GO   Team Liquid wins iBP Masters IV It finally happened. Team Liquid CS:GO has conquered Astralis in a grand final to win iBP Masters IV.
League of Legends   Analyst Analysis: The Squad Behind the Squad A successful LCS team needs an effective support system. Meet the analysts that crunch the numbers for the defending LCS champions.
League of Legends   Bananas, Coffee, and Hothands: Artress' Work is Never Done When talking to Artress about what his mountain of responsibilities entailed he mused that it would be easier to list the things he doesn’t do instead. Being the sole manager to an LCS team is like combining the daily jobs of a personal assistant, departmental secretary, travel agent, talent manager, mother of 5, analyst, publicist, chauffeur, housing manager, logistics manager, part-time IT solutions person, and more (as other duties become necessary) — then giving that immense workload to a single person.