CSGO Roster Update: Liquid`NAF
February 05 2018
We are pleased to report that we have acquired Keith "Naf-fly" Markovic from Renegades. He will be taking the place of Josh "jdm64" Marzano starting at CS_summit.
We are excited to have Naf-fly on the roster as he has been one of the best performing NA talents over the past few months! After joining Renegades his firepower helped push them to a number of impressive results and we're confident he'll be able to do the same for us.
This is also a reunion of sorts. Naf-fly was part of the Denial roster we acquired in 2015 and played in a couple events with us before EliGE joined in March. Much has changed since then but we are anxious to see Naf-fly in an (updated) Team Liquid jersey once again.
Heroes of the Storm Heroes Roster Update: Arcaner joins, Splendour departs During Phase #1, our Heroes of the Storm team placed 4th during the season and narrowly missed out on the Mid Season Brawl. Our goal for the team is to reach BlizzCon, and we're ringing in some changes heading into HGC Phase #2. We'd like to announce that we are signing Liam "Arcaner" Simpson as our new ranged DPS player.
Street Fighter 4 No Coast, No Kings: Liquid at Combo Breaker Spring is in the air and that means one thing in Street Fighter: Combo Breaker is finally here!
CS:GO | Smash | Quake | Rainbow Six A Winning Weekend: Smash, Quake, & R6 take gold; CS:GO places 2nd Team Liquid had another winning weekend as we claimed 3 titles and 2 silver medals. Our Rainbow 6 squad was crowned champions of the R6 ProLeague S7 Finals, rapha and DaHanG demolished DH Tours, and Hungrybox claimed Get On My Level's prized ring. To round things out, our CS:GO squad placed second at the ESL ProLeague Finals, while ChuDat climbed his way to a silver medal at Battle Arena Melbourne.