We’re Bringing Liquid+ to Brazil

August 31 2022




The Road to Liquid+ Brazil










A Liquid+ está chegando no Brasil!



Olá, Cavalaria!



Nós já conquistamos muito desde que começamos com o nosso time de Rainbow Six em 2018, não é mesmo? Apesar de sabermos que estávamos contratando um time incrivelmente talentoso, não esperávamos que a comunidade brasileira fosse assim tão apaixonada. Durante anos vocês apoiaram a Team Liquid sem parar e nos abraçaram como um membro de suas famílias. Essa confiança nos deu forças para crescermos, nos estabilizarmos e carimbarmos nossa marca no Free Fire, no Fortnite e agora no Valorant.



Nós queremos ir além.



É por isso que hoje estamos orgulhosos em anunciar que a Liquid+ agora possui uma versão em Português!



A Liquid+ é para todos e estamos sempre trabalhando para incluirmos nossos fãs o máximo possível. É por isso que esse lançamento da Liquid+ Brasil foi considerado uma de nossas prioridades. Com o número de times, jogadores profissionais e streamers da Team Liquid BR aumentando, queremos proporcionar à nossa Cavalaria um jeito melhor de se conectar com seus jogadores favoritos pela Liquid+.



Desde a conta da Team Liquid BR no Twitter, até a loja da TL BR, e agora com o lançamento da Liquid+ Brasil, estamos animados para nos conectarmos ainda mais com nossos fãs brasileiros. Esse é o nosso primeiro lançamento que não é em inglês, por isso garantimos que tudo fosse feito devagar e com calma, para que assim pudéssemos construir uma base forte e fazer desse lançamento da Liquid+ a melhor experiência possível.



Esperamos que aproveitem essa nova plataforma. Obrigado por fazer parte da família Team Liquid e celebrar este momento especial conosco!



Obrigado!

















We’re Bringing Liquid+ to Brazil



Hey Team Liquid BR fans!



We have come a long way since picking up our first Rainbow Six team back in 2018, haven’t we? While we knew we were signing a talented roster that day, what we didn’t expect is how incredibly passionate the Brazilian community would be. For years, you have supported Team Liquid endlessly and counted us as one of your own. This confidence in us has allowed us to grow, to build, establishing footprints in Free Fire, Fortnite, and now Valorant.



We want to build further.



That’s why today, we’re proud to announce that Liquid+ will now feature a Portuguese language option!



Liquid+ is for everyone, and we’re always working on getting as many of our fans involved as possible. That’s why this Liquid+ Brazil launch has been one of our most urgent priorities. With the number of teams, pros, and streamers of our Team Liquid Brazil roster only growing larger, we wanted all of you to have an easier way of connecting with your favorites on Liquid+.



From the Team Liquid BR Twitter account, to the TL Brazil Store, and now this Liquid+ Brazil launch, we’re so excited to connect even further with all of our Brazilian fans. This is the first non-English release we have ever done, so we made sure to take things slow and prepare a strong foundation to make this Liquid+ launch the best experience possible.



We hope you all enjoy this new feature. Thanks for being part of the Team Liquid family and celebrating this special moment with us!



-The Liquid+ Team












Writer // Brian Funes
Translator // Anna Lorena & Laís Figueiroa
Graphics // Brenda Cardoso




















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