Liquid Holiday Wishlists: Steve and Victor

December 23 2017
Twas the night before grand finals, and all through the house, not a player was stirring, not even a Razer DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse. With the nerves of competition, the teams all wrote down: a list of their wishes, their thoughts holiday bound. We’ve collected them here and added some fluff, with hopes they’ve been nice enough for some cool stuff.

Have a wonderful holiday, and a great new year too.


From all at Team Liquid,
directly to you.



Dear Santa,
For my gift, winning some games at our yearly old man LAN party would be great. If you could bring Broodwar a sequel to its sequel that would be great (free to play and with skins please). Finally, I hope for a continued sense of pride and accomplishment in 2018.




Dear Santa,
My list is nice and short for you this year: I want Team Liquid at worlds in 2018, and buffs to Morg.








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