A Deadly Duo: Purple and Bunnyhoppor join TL
January 30 2020
With the Masters Tour in Arlington, Texas about to take place, our Hearthstone roster has been reinforced. We would like to announce that we have signed Purple and Bunnyhoppor to our Hearthstone team!
Over the course of their careers they have both changed the way many people have thought about, and played the game. From Purple’s DreamHack win back in 2015 to Bunnyhoppor’s recent win at the Lion King Invitational — and through the many tournaments in-between — they’ve always been at the forefront of competitive Hearthstone with their ingenuity and adaptability.
Bunnyhoppor and Purple are both icons in the competitive Hearthstone scene. Having them as a part of Team Liquid will really round out our roster and establish us as one of the powerhouses when it comes to competitive Hearthstone. I can’t wait to see what they will achieve alongside the rest of the team. - Katie Guo, Card Player Manager
For everyone who wants to see them in action right away, you’re in luck. You can see them playing alongside Fr0zen at the Masters Tour 2020 Arlington, which begins tomorrow on the 31st. Make sure you catch their debut and follow them below to know when they're streaming, or where they'll be playing next!
Follow Bunnyhoppor here
Follow Purple here
Also. as Hearthstone is a game we’ve sunk more than just a few hours into here at Team Liquid, we’re hoping they’ll be willing to let us in on a few of their secrets so we can challenge the ladder a bit more… successfully.
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