Team Liquid
Emphatic performance secures team LAN slot
September 27, 2018
Miracle was his usual self as Liquid secure their slot at DreamLeague Season 10. The star player finished with a KDA of 37/5/18.
Miracle had a clean game on his Drow Ranger despite bringing it to the harder lane. His smart positioning throughout the game allowed him to only die two times, an impressive statline on an easy-to-kill hero. Miracle also managed a solid 11 kills in Game 1. In Game 2, he was even more explosive on the recently nerfed Weaver. He could do no wrong across the map as he racked up the game highs in gold per minute, kills, hero damage, and building damage.
Shows off his flexibility
September 27, 2018
Mind_Control stepped it up for Liquid as they secure their Minor slot at the DreamLeague Season 10. The offlaner finished with a KDA of 14/9/32.
Mind_Control kicked off the series with Venomancer in the mid lane. The laning adjustment worked perfectly for Liquid as he schooled Fey's Bloodseeker. He was always pressuring the towers of MangoBay which created so much space for Liquid to work with. In Game 2, he was on offlane Drow Ranger. He struggled early on but he bounced in the mid game as he cut down on his deaths and was just reading the map well.
Secures Minor slot
September 27, 2018
Kuroky was a mastermind tactician for Liquid as they booked their slots at the DreamLeague Qualifiers. The captain finished with a KDA of 4/9/42.
Kuroky played Earthshaker in Game 1 of the series. His rotations helped Liquid win their lanes with his pinpoint Fissures. His Blink Dagger was on the slow side at 20 minutes but it didn't really affect Liquid's stomp. In Game 2, he switched it up to Enigma as a deny pick for bOne7. He still managed to play a good game despite a greedier than usual Hard Support hero. His eight deaths were unfortunate, but his Black Hole threat really unnerved MangoBay.
Lovely play on nerfed heroes
September 27, 2018
Gh easily controlled the tempo for Liquid as they crush MangoBay in the DreamLeague Qualifiers. The flashy support finished with a KDA of 16/6/34.
Gh played the nerfed Dark Willow in the opener like a boss. His rotations early won each and every lane for Liquid. As the mid game rolled in, Gh even managed to bag a few solo kills on the MangoBay cores. In Game 2, Gh shifted to Windrunner with similar results. He won the lanes hard and his Shackle Shots were highlight-reel worthy.
Captains Liquid to much-needed win
September 26, 2018
Kuroky lead Liquid to a 2-1 win over Lithium in the Dreamleague Season 10 Qualifiers. He finished with a 7/24/36 overall KDA.
Kuroky put major pressure on Lithium in Game 1 on Chen. The pressure he put on the map in the early game was too much to handle, and lead to a very large Liquid lead. Kuroky pushed that early advantage all game, never giving Lithium the space to catch up. He finished with a 1/6/12 KDA. In Game 2 Kuroky got destroyed on Witch Doctor. Nothing seemed to be going his way as he died over and over again to anyone on Lithium without getting to use his spells well. He finished with a 2/16/8 KDA. Kuroky played an amazing Winter Wyvern in Game 3. His saves with Cold Embrace were absolutely backbreaking for Lithium, undoing massive amounts of work and letting Liquid reset fights with ease. Kuroky finished with a 4/2/16 KDA.
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Welcomed to the top with direct invite to The International 2017
June 19, 2017
Valve announced via their official Dota2 website on Monday the direct invitations and regional qualifier invitations for The International 2017. Team Liquid earned the fourth invitation out of the six available.
Team Liquid has long struggled to find its rhythm and groove, suffering though juxtaposing periods of dramatic highs and disastrous lows. It has been a slow buildup for Team Liquid, beginning with a disastrous finish at DAC, a decent finish at Kiev and culminating with first place finishes over TNC and a red hot Evil Geniuses at Starladder and Epicenter 2017 respectively. Team Liquid will look to keep their momentum heading into The International and hope to add a long coveted Aegis of Champions to their trophy case.