Liquid`Heroes Return to the Nexus

March 25 2017

Once upon a time, Liquid Heroes was one of the most feared teams in the Nexus. Our three semi-finals from April to July 2016 portended great potential, but in the end the blue horse would be absent from the HGC. At the time, the most agreeable course of action for everyone involved was to pursue better opportunities.

That marked the departure of one of the first big organizations to enter Heroes of the Storm, yet a feeling remained that there was still much to be done, still much to be achieved.

Today, we announce our return to Heroes of the Storm with Blumbi, Nurok, darkmok, Splendour, and HasuObs. The ex-Misfits squad has been one of the best teams in Europe since its inception, starting with their silver in Katowice 2016. They won their first tournament at DreamHack Tours, and they continue to rack up podium placements—the most recent a bronze at the Western Clash three weeks ago.

This five man lineup has already accomplished a lot in their one year together, but we are certain that more success is in store for them in 2017.

Currently, the team is on top of the Heroes of the Storm Global Championship Phase #1 Europe Pro League with a pristine 7-0 record. It is the perfect time to charge back into the Nexus as we prepare for the second half of the season.

From HasuObs



“I am very excited to be a part of Team Liquid. I have known Victor and the whole team for a long time because of my roots in the StarCraft 2 community, and their work and commitment has always been exceptional. Team Liquid is the top of the class in esports and I am very happy that we have the chance to play under Team Liquid’s banner.

I look forward to a great future with Team Liquid in Heroes of the Storm. We have big shoes to fill and we are ready to do so. See you in the Nexus!”


From Blumbi



“We are very grateful for the opportunity to represent Team Liquid. Consistency, dedication and professionalism are important qualities that we share with our new organization. A promising future lies ahead of us and we hope our fans keep supporting us on our new road."


We’re elated that Liquid is back in Heroes of the Storm, and we’re confident that the summit is within reach. You can cheer on Blumbi, Nurok, darkmok, Splendour, and HasuObs as they make their Liquid debut in the HGC on April 14th. If you can’t wait that long to meet our new team, then join us at 7pm CET (in one hour!) on our Discord server and ask them anything!



Liquid`Blumbi


Liquid`Nurok



Liquid`Darkmok


Liquid`Splendour



Liquid`HasuObs








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