Team Liquid
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Long range engages pay off
May 15, 2018
Impact finished Team Liquid's win over Flash Wolves with a 0/2/8 KDA as Ornn.
Impact was involved in just over half of his team's kills during Tuesday's win. He picked up no kills and his eight assists were the second lowest on the team. Impact's primary purpose was to use Call of the Forge God to set up long-range engages in teamfights, allowing his carries to take down Flash Wolves.
Recovers from rough start
May 15, 2018
Xmithie ended Tuesday's win over Flash Wolves with a 2/3/10 KDA as Gragas.
Despite being set behind by Flash Wolves early, Xmithie was able to recover to help Team Liquid come from behind for the victory. He was involved in 12 of 15 kills, picking up two kills and ten assists, both the second highest total on the team. Xmithie did a good job of not tilting after the rough start, keeping Team Liquid alive for the knockout stages.
Just needed to lock down Flash Wolves
May 15, 2018
Pobelter finished Team Liquid's win over Flash Wolves with a 1/2/10 KDA as Malzahar.
Pobelter was involved in 11 of 15 kills during Team Liquid's come from behind win over Flash Wolves. His 10 assists tied for the second highest on the team and despite picking up only one kill, Pobelter did his job to help pick up the win. His use of Nether Grasp to lock down targets gave Team Liquid picks on priority targets in teamfights, allowing Doublelift to really pop off in 5-vs-5 situations.
Pops off to keep Team Liquid's hopes alive
May 15, 2018
Doublelift ended Tuesday's win over Flash Wolves with an 11/0/4 KDA as Kai'Sa.
In true Doublelift fashion, he popped off when his team needed him to the most in this come from behind win over Flash Wolves. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in 100 percent of his team's kills. His 11 kills were a team high as he scaled into late game dominance, destroying Flash Wolves in teamfights.
Shields Doublelift to victory
May 15, 2018
Olleh finished Team Liquid's win over Flash Wolves with a 1/2/13 KDA as Janna.
Olleh helped Doublelift scale into a late game menace during Tuesday's win over Flash Wolves. He was involved in all but one kill, leading Team Liquid in assists during the win. All he needed to do was shield and heal his AD Carry and Doublelift did the rest of the work.
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Golden State Warriors co-owner acquires esports organization Team Liquid
September 27, 2016
In a surprising move following the 76ers purchase of eSports teams Dignitas and Apex, Peter Guber and entrepreneur Ted Leonsis have bought Team Liquid's controlling interest.
The North American eSports scene will undergo its second shakeup in as many days thanks to two large investments into the scene from traditional sports. It is unclear what lies ahead for all eSports teams under the Team Liquid organisation, but Guber seems to be rather confident that his investment will be a success. Whether or not these established sports investors will be able to translate their experience with regular sports to the eSports scene remains to be seen.