Heroes Roster Completed
November 16 2017
After a short but meticulous search, we have found the two players that will complete our squad for the upcoming Heroes of the Storm season.
First, we would like to we welcome back an old friend, Ivan "SportBilly" Koturic, who played as our carry for the 2nd half of 2016. He brings more than just familiarity to the squad; SportBilly is a leader in and out of the game, and we are glad to have him back on Team Liquid.
Joining him is Aleksandar "ethernal" Milanov, a melee player that has played with SportBilly on several teams. Chemistry and communication are two of the most important traits in a successful Heroes team, and their time together will prove invaluable in our first goal: developing our teamwork and playbook.
"I am thrilled to be working with SportBilly and ethernal. I was impressed by their performance during the tryout -- both are very skilled players who bring a strong work ethic and a positive attitude to the team. With SportBilly’s shotcalling and aggression and ethernal’s mechanics, I am confident that this roster will compete for the top spot in Europe in 2018."
"I’m really excited about joining TL together with ethernal. Both of us got a good impression from the TL players in the tryouts and we believe that with this roster we will be top 3 in EU. For me personally, I’m really happy to play under the TL banner again!"
The off-season will give us an opportunity to practice and work on team dynamics while we await the schedule for the upcoming Heroes season. Follow our official twitter accounts to get updates on the team’s debut tournament, and we’ll make sure to keep you informed. If you can’t wait that long for some Liquid`Heroes action, look forward to our players’ streams and features on our team site.
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