Team Liquid Partners with Esports Charts

January 14 2020


Team Liquid partners with Esports Charts, our official Stream Viewership Data Partner

You thought 2019 was our year? With our new partners, Esports Charts, 2020 is looking to be even bigger. With the leaders in esports and streaming viewership data on our side, we’re looking to not only win more games, but gain more viewers and grow our amazing fanbase like never before.

Thanks to our partnership with Esports Charts, we will have never-before-seen insight into viewership analytics on the year’s esports events, along with insight into our own team’s statistics — and our competitors’. We will also have up-to-date statistical information about audience preferences and streaming growth trends, which will provide guidance over the direction of our content strategies and community activations. Just like how our game analysts support our teams on the field, our business analysts aid our departments through the use of data.




“Team Liquid's partnership with Esports Charts will ensure that we have regular analytical reports on esports viewership. Understanding the prevailing trends in the industry will allow us to make informed decisions that keep us ahead of the pack. The information they provide will be used on work such as assessing potential new regions and games, to tracking growth over time."

- Victor Goossens, co-CEO of Team Liquid



“Team Liquid is the most viewed esports organization within the previous three years. The organization has become a leader due to the successful performance of its teams in the most popular esports disciplines, such as League of Legends, Dota 2 and CS:GO. At the same time, Team Liquid’s players from other disciplines contribute to the organization’s popularity growth throughout the world, primarily in South America and Asia.”

- Artyom Odintsov, CEO of Esports Charts



So here’s to 2020 being more than 20/20 vision memes. Here’s to 2020 being not only our biggest year yet, but the best year ever for our fans. Happy New Year!

To success and victories in 2020!






Esports Charts is a unique analytical service that explores the development paths and trends of esports and streaming in general. Statistics make esports more honest and transparent, helping sponsors, organizers and ordinary viewers to find out the degree of popularity and excitement of any online broadcast and esports event. Visit escharts.com for more.

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