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News Archive
StarCraft 2   Liquid Starcraft prepares for Stockholm Dreamhack Stockholm will be one of the last events of the year to feature Heart of the Swarm. It will be the final curtain call for all players that will not be attending Blizzcon; one last chance to win a trophy before HotS comes to a close. And for Liquid, all three players in attendance still have something to prove.
Smash   Liquid represents at HTC Throwdown, Hbox goes HAM! This past Saturday, HTC and Showdown Entertainment held the HTC Throwdown at Folsom Street Foundry in San Francisco, CA with a pot bonus of $12,000 split between Melee singles and doubles. Out of 386 singles entrants, three of them represented Team Liquid.
League of Legends   Vlog - Quas talks Worlds, top lane, & book writing We had an opportunity to get insight on what Diego "Quas" Ruiz, top laner for Team Liquid League of Legends, thinks about Worlds, top lane, and the on-going VISA dramas that plague competitor teams.
  G2A Pick of the Week I Spec Ops: The Line Every week, Team Liquid will supply you with their pick for the G2A Game of the Week, which you can buy at an extremely discounted rate thanks to the G2A Weekly Sale. This week, we’ve chosen the story-driven action shooter, Spec Ops: The Line. You can get it right now at www.g2a.com/weeklysale for $6.42, a whopping 74% off its usual price.
  TL Position Opening: Head Coach Moving into the 2016 NA LCS, Team Liquid seeks a Head Coach for our League of Legends professional team. As coach for Team Liquid you will interface with the League of Legends players, teams, and staff to optimize performance. You will be located in Santa Monica, CA and requested to start in September 2015.
StarCraft 2   Mana places 2nd at WCS MaNa can stand proud. In the last WCS tournament of the HotS era, in the one tournament that mattered most, in the one tournament in front of his country, MaNa stood up and gave a fight any fan could be proud of.
League of Legends   Rebirth | Episode 13 In conjunction with HTC, Team Liquid brings you a series that follows our League of Legends team through the wild life of the NA League of Legends Championship Series.
StarCraft 2   Mana & Snute at WCS Premier Season 3 For every foreigner player, WCS is everything. It has the most prestige, draws the most viewers and boasts the largest prize pool of any league. It is the most important event for any foreign player, especially as this iteration will probably be the last HotS WCS. For both Liquid players, this could be even more than that.
Smash   Nairo Grabs First at Paragon LA Coming hot off his first Smash 4 national tournament championship at SKTAR 4, Nairo flew across the U.S. to Los Angeles, California to play in one of the most stacked Smash 4 tournaments yet: Paragon Los Angeles 2015.