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.
G2A Pick of the Week | Goat SimulatorEvery week, Team Liquid will supply you with their pick for the G2A Game of the Week, which you can buy at an extremely discounted rate thanks to the G2A Weekly Sale. This week, we have has chosen the goofy, but fun: Goat Simulator
Halo 5: What's new?Halo 5 launched this year and it's been quite the roller coaster of nostalgic emotions. We got some input from Halo professional, Kyle “Chig” Lawson, to catch up on his thoughts.
Razer Arena: Now Supports League of LegendsRazer Arena has always been my go-to product for creating professional-looking tournaments for free. It's a brilliant tool in that it saved me the trouble of having to create my own bracket and then later needing to remind people they're playing--it does that for you. The problem was, it didn't support League of Legends. Well, as of now: Problem solved.
Happy Holidays from Team Liquid!Ho-ho-ho! The warmth of the Christmas spirit is slowly coming upon us as the landscape starts to be blanketed by the lovely snow, Christmas trees inhabitating people's adobes, and the beautiful festivities of red, green, and holiday cheers are springing about across the whole world.
G2A Pick of the Week | Rocket LeagueEvery week, Team Liquid will supply you with their pick for the G2A Game of the Week, which you can buy at an extremely discounted rate thanks to the G2A Weekly Sale.
This week, we’ve chosen the competitive craze: Rocket League.
ICYMI: Liquid'Dota take 1st, The Defense Season 5Over the past weekend, Team Liquid, as a team and as an organization, hit a crucial milestone with their 3-1 victory over Team OG in the Grand Finals of The Defense Season 5. It is the first LAN win for the new squad
Smash Nairo takes 1st at KTAR XVIn the 15th iteration of the KTAR Tri-State regional series held in New Jersey, Liquid's own Nairoby “Nairo” Quezada once again grabbed first place in the toughest Smash 4 region.