Champions Premieres on September 25th!
September 23 2017
It is the news heard all around the world: Team Liquid, Champions of The International 2017. Our players have been featured in all sorts of coverage from esports and mainstream media alike, but we've also been working behind the scenes to celebrate our champions in our own way. We were with them on the ground at Key Arena where we captured every drop of sweat and every triumphant roar.
There is no better title than "Champions" for a short about KuroKy, MATUMBAMAN, MinD_ContRoL, Miracle- and GH. We'd like to invite everyone to relive the moment with us this Monday, September 25th, live on Twitch and other platforms. We'll also be holding an AMA with the staff and crew, and maybe a special guest or two.
Times are Pacific Time (UTC-7).
Thank you to all our fans for cheering on us during the entire year and especially at The International. The Liquid Chants gave us the strength to persevere and overcome impossible odds, and "Champions" is our love letter to our victorious five guys.
Follow us on twitter for any updates on the premiere, and we hope to see you on our Discord to help put a cap on our celebrations.
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