TL Heroes sign Lowell
November 04 2015
With BlizzCon right around the corner, we have a bit of Heroes news to share as well. Our Heroes lineup was responsible for so much success during the first half of 2015, but we lost some of our lustrous form leading up to the qualifiers. Unfortunately, the team did not manage to overcome the stacked Road to BlizzCon, and we have decided that some changes were necessary. We sat down with the team and came to the conclusion that we would like to start rebuilding with the core of VortiX and LucifroN.
I would like to express my sincerest gratitude to FalcoN, GranPkt and Blackscorp for playing their hearts out on the way to numerous major championships with Team Liquid. They were an absolute pleasures to work with and it saddens me that this was not meant to last. I and the rest of the staff and organization wish you all the best and hope that they find a new place to call home.
We also have a short update for the fans regarding our rebuilding project. After lots of scouting by the Duran brothers, we have enlisted Lowell from Fnatic as our initial recruit. It is the first step towards new and bigger championships, and we would like to give him a warm welcome to the team. We'd like to thank Fnatic for working with us to make Lowell's transition to Liquid clean.
Thanks for sticking by us,
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