Hello and welcome to our Team Liquid Player Profile.

Team Liquid Team Profile

Hello and welcome to the Team Liquid Team Profile. Today we’re going to talk about the most determined team to win The International in the Dota 2 history. Throughout the decade, Team Liquid had its ups and downs, before becoming worthy of hoisting the Aegis of Champions. From their struggles in the early beginnings to becoming the world’s best, we present to you the Team Liquid Team Profile.

Facts about Team Liquid

In 2013, the North American organizations formed its first roster, placing highly in events such as the Raidcall D2LThe DefenseThe Premier League, and the American Dota League, even securing an invite to The International 2013. The team formation consisted of players Fluff, BuLba, ixmike, and TC. After a rocky start at the TI3, they managed to finish the tournament as a respectful 7-8th place.

With no luck at qualifying for the TI4, the team was in need of roster change. With DeMoN replacing ixmike, and qojqva stepping into Fluff’s shoes, the team was showing early success at the HyperX D2L Western Challenge against the teams we Try and Relax. Eventually losing to team NAR in the semifinals, Team Liquid dismantled, being left without a roster.

On October 9th, 2015, Team Liquid announced their re-entry into the Dota 2 pro-scene with their new contract with 5Jungz. Their first test was in the European Qualifier for The Frankfurt Major 2015, and coming as an inexperienced team, they failed to qualify by losing 1:2 to The Alliance in the Lower Bracket. But knowing they’ve only started, Team Liquid wouldn’t let that discourage them.

Just after two months after their formation, Team Liquid decisively won the Champions League Season6 with a 9:3 record. Afterwards, they showed stellar performance at their first LAN victory at The Defense Season 5 by defeating the Frankfurt Major Champions OG in the Bo5 grand finals. It was obvious to see that Team Liquid was just warming up.

EPICENTER at Moscow was just a step for Team Liquid at being the greatest.

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By securing second places at The Shanghai Major 2016 and ESL One Manila, and winning their first primer at the EPICENTER in Moscow, Team Liquid was headed to hoist the Aegis of Champions.

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Team Liquid Today

From what we remember Team Liquid the most, was their pure endurance at TI7, by starting out strong, then climbing back up through the Lower Bracket series. In the group stages, they were seeded with favorites of the tournament Evil GeniusesLGD Gaming, and Team Secret. One by one, Team Liquid demolished their group stages, leaving with an impeccable score of 13:3.

Coming out with more than 12-victories, Team Liquid was allowed to pick their opponent in the Upper Bracket of the Main Event from the 3rd/4th placed teams from Group B: Virtus.pro or Invictus Gaming.

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But unexpectedly, the tables have turned on Team Liquid where they would fall into Lower Bracket after losing to iG. In the first match, they’ve found themselves against Team Secret, to whom they lost the group series. Losing the first game, they were one game away from ‘goodbye TI‘. But with KuroKy drafting strategies, Team Liquid wriggled out of Team Secret’s elimination-hands. With what strength was left in them, Team Liquid started clawing their way back to the Grind Finals.

Eventually defeating Team Empire with a swift 2:0, and the favorites of the LB Virtus.pro and LGD Gaming, Team Liquid reached the LB final, where LGD.Forever Young awaited. Team Liquid was yet again one game away from ‘goodbye TI‘, after losing the first game. However, they repeated the scenario and were off to face Newbee in the Grand Finals.

By winning the Grand Finals in a 3:0-dominant-fashion, Team Liquid hoisted the Aegis of Champions and won over $10,000,000 USD. With becoming the world’s best, we conclude our Team Liquid Player Profile.

  • Team Liquid Players
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  • Competitions Won
  RaidCall EMS One Spring Season 2013 - 14th place
  RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 2 2013 - 1st place
  Curse Dota 2 Invitational 2013 - 1st place
  American Dota League Season 1 2013 - 1st place
  The International 2013 - 7th place
  Nexon Invitational Super Match 2013 - 7th place
  MLG T.K.O. America 2014 - 2nd place
  DreamLeague Season 1 2014 - 9th
  The International 2014 - 10th place
  Nanyang Dota 2 Championships 2015 - 4th place
  Dota 2 Champions League Season 6 2015 - 1st place
  The Defense Season 5 2015 - 1st place
  World Cyber Arena 2015 - 3rd place
  StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 1 2016 - 4th place
  The Shanghai Major 2016 - 2nd place
  ESL One Manila 2016 - 2nd place
  EPICENTER 2016 - 1st place
  The Manila Major 2016 - 2nd place
  The International 2016 - 8th place
  DreamLeague Season 6 2016 - 1st place
  StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 2017 - 1st place
  The Kiev Major 2017 - 5th place
  EPICENTER 2017 - 1st place
  DreamLeague Season 7 2017 - 1st place
  The International 2017 - 1st place
  StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3 2017 - 1st place
  ESL One Hamburg 2017 - 3rd place
  AMD SAPPHIRE Dota PIT League 2017 - 1st place
  DreamLeague Season 8 2017 - 2nd place
  ESL One Genting 2018 - 2nd place
  StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 4 2018 - 2nd place
  ESL One Katowice 2018 - 3rd place
  The Bucharest Major 2018 - 4th place
  Dota 2 Asia Championships 2018 - 6th place
  EPICENTER XL 2018 - 2nd place
  China Dota2 Supermajor 2018 - 1st place
  The International 2018 - 4th place
  MegaFon Winter Clash 2018 - 1st place
  The Chongqing Major 2019 - 4th place
  MDL Macau 2019 - 1st place
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