Announcing - Team Liquid x Bud Light

February 18 2021
Raise your glass to Bud Light: the Official Beer of Team Liquid League of Legends

If it’s past five and you’re watching Team Liquid, raise a glass to Bud Light.

As the first official beer of the Team Liquid League of Legends team, we have a few fun spotlights featuring our athletes and streamers. On Sunday, February 21st, LCS pros CoreJJ and Jensen will make a special appearance on Bud Light League Lounge, the weekly recap show streamed live on twitch.tv/budlight.

But there’s plenty to cheers to beyond that.

Before various LCS competitions, Bud Light will host (21 and older) virtual tailgates featuring Liquid talent and casters, as well as live games and giveaways on the Team Liquid Discord channel. Join us for the chance to win prizes like official Liquid jerseys and tickets to upcoming events.

We’re also kicking off a series of new shows and other content for fans of liquid (both the team and that crisp, light lager):

  • Coaching After Dark” (on twitch.tv/budlight): a four-part, live-stream series where our LoL coaches and talent deliver one-on-one chalk talks and strategy sessions to two aspiring pros. Fans will also have the chance to win special giveaways while tuning in.
  • A podcast-style show (available across Spotify, Apple and Google podcasts) featuring our LCS roster, coaching staff and friends of the squad, talking all things LoL esports. We’ll share more soon regarding how and where you can submit questions!
  • Other LCS-related streams throughout the year, featuring Team Liquid athletes and content creators


Follow Bud Light (@budlightgaming) and Team Liquid LCS (@teamliquidlol) for updates.

We’ll see you at the “bar”.




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