Liquid Overwatch welcomes INTERNETHULK

June 02 2017

We're excited to announce that Dennis "INTERNETHULK" Hawelka has joined our Overwatch team as our head coach.

A special thank you to TaKeTV for filming!

"I'm excited to welcome INTERNETHULK into the TL family. When we got in contact with Dennis, we knew we had a great opportunity on our hands, and our talks with him showed we have an immense commonality in how we approach esports and what we want in a coach. He has a proven pedigree in the OW scene, and a massive history in competitive gaming. I can't wait to see what he will bring to our Overwatch team."

- John "Tephus" Lewis, Overwatch Manager

Dennis is one of the most successful players in the game's history so far, and he was an integral part of the team that dominated the first year of Overwatch competition. Now, he sets his sights on coaching, and he has the attributes and the determination to continue his pattern of success.

We can't wait to learn more from someone of his caliber and experience. True to his moniker, Dennis knows how to use brute force when required, yet he also possesses an analytical mind well suited to strategy. Hopefully, he won't go through too many of our jerseys when it's time to smash.

INTERNETHULK is currently attending Overwatch TaKeOver 2, so make sure to give him a warm welcome when you see him in Liquid blue.

To the Fans: Aurace is currently still part of our coaching staff. We would like to retain him as he is a valuable asset to the team, yet we are still discussing the exact details of this arrangement. We'll make sure to update you once we can provide more information.


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