Upgrading the Roster With Jersey Mike’s Subs
January 16 2019
Liquid fans, if he:
- Is hella fresh day and night
- replaces other important things in your life
- is always on top
- suggests you do things his way
- looks like a sandwich full of ham and cheese
he's not your man. he's a jersey mike's sub
… And starting today, he’s also our new sub sandwich sponsor! We’re happy to announce that Team Liquid is partnering with North America’s favorite sub shop, Jersey Mike’s Subs. If there is one thing that Team Liquid does better than anyone, it’s providing the best for our teams, and Jersey Mike’s commitment to going above and beyond makes this partnership a perfect fit.
Jersey Mike’s is no stranger to the world of esports, having sponsored the 2018 LCS Summer Split. They’re more than excited to be a part of our community, and we’ve already begun brainstorming fun ways to collaborate with Jersey Mike’s, including exclusive streams, special merchandise, and various fan campaigns. We’ll be launching “Jersey Thursdays” tomorrow, where we will be giving away a different player jersey every THIRD Thursday of each month. For the month of January, our jersey giveaway features one of our newest signing, Nicolaj "Jensen" Jensen!
Find out if your favorite Team Liquid player is the featured player of the month by following our social media accounts, as well as Jersey Mike’s on Twitter. And as if you need more reason to cheer #LetsGoLiquid, watch out for "Subs for Dubs". Celebrate Team Liquid tournament wins with double the points, an upsized sandwich, or a freebie with your regular order during our promotion period. We’ll be announcing the mechanics for this and other giveaways on our social media pages, so be sure to give us a sub and a follow.
We’re going above with our new partners at Jersey Mike’s, so look forward to even more sub-tastic events, especially once the LCS season begins!
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