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
A New Methodology
We are excited to announce that David Lim, our TLA coach, has been promoted to Head Coach of our LCS team. This follows a successful year where he led our Academy team to 1st place in HTC Ascension, and within reach of an unprecedented promotion into LCS. It's impressive how quickly he has translated his sports coaching background into League of Legends, and we are sure that he will continue to grow in his role in the future.
History of a Smasher
This is the history of Smash according to Chillin. The man himself has set out on a literary journey in order to detail the nascent years of Smash until its eventual rebirth. This is his personal account of the growth of an esport, and we can read as it all unfolds. This is his "History of a Smasher".
DAY THREE: THE NEW TL DOTA 2
FINALLY…I can speak about our plans for this year. Technically, we are still earlier than last year, but everyone has been really excited to announce for a while now.
Liquid now powered by AOC
Today we are happy to announce our new monitor partner, AOC. The monitor is one of the most important tools in the arsenal of every gamer, and it has become a subject of increasing scrutiny as esports has grown over the years. Liquid and AOC both value player performance and conditions, and we are proud to add a partner who sees eye to eye with us regarding esports.
Liquid Fuses With Crunchyroll
Few things go together quite like anime and video games. That's why Crunchyroll and Team Liquid have partnered up to bring you the best anime, straight from Japan!
Snute Wins WCS Copa Intercontinental
Before arriving in Mexico City, it had already been a successful year for Snute. Yet one thing was missing: a "WCS" title. That all changed at WCS Copa Intercontinental as Snute slayed three straight Protoss on the way to the title in order to win his first Premier tournament of the year.