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
Hearthstone   Codename: ElkY Codename: ELKY is the latest Hearthstone quiz produced by Team Liquid with voiceover provided by Elky. Aliens from the planet Hearth are invading us and only one man can stand up to them. Can you help Elky save the world by answering 10 high-level questions on Hearthstone gameplay and mechanics?
  G2A Pick of the Week | Fallout 4 Fallout 4 is back on sale at G2A! We know some of you missed it last time around, but that's alright, it's even cheaper now.
CS:GO   A s1mple pickup Over the past few weeks, rumors have been circling about potential changes to Liquid's CS:GO roster. We had been searching for a dedicated AWPer for some time now, and put in lots of time and research into finding the right player to build our team with towards the future.
League of Legends   10-man roster and Locodoco to Head Coach Locodoco to Head Coach and Team Liquid fielding a 10-man roster? What a twist!
  G2A Pick of the Week | Goat Simulator Every 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
Smash   LiquiMoments #1: Give it a Rest It's time for another comic. This one's on Hungrybox and how he just needs to give it a little rest!
  G2A Pick of the Week | Minecraft Story Mode This week, our G2A pick of the week is Minecraft Story Mode. You can get it right now at for $8.67, a whopping 71% off its usual price.
  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 Legends Razer 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.