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Team Liquid Dota 2 team

Team Liquid Line-up

Boxi - player of Team Liquid
+63 -69
Boxi
Samuel Svahn
MiCKe - player of Team Liquid
+23 -78
MiCKe
Michael Vu
qojqva - player of Team Liquid
+201 -70
qojqva
Maximilian Bröcker
Taiga - player of Team Liquid
+551 -77
Taiga
Tommy Le
iNsania - player of Team Liquid
+188 -1123
iNsania
Aydin Sarkohi
Last_5_games
60% Wins
40% Losses
Last_10_games
45% Wins
55% Losses
Last month
58% Wins
42% Losses
Last year
66% Wins
34% Losses

Events with Team Liquid

Past events

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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 USD

DreamLeague Season 13: The Leipzig Major will be held on 18-26 January in the German city of Leipzig. Sixteen participants DreamLeague S13 will be fighting for the prize pool of $1,000,000 and 15,000 Dota Pro Circuit points which are necessary for getting to The International 2020 directly.

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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 and 15000 DPC-points

The first Major tournament of the season 2019/2020.

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Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $250,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 USD

The fifth Major tournament will be held in Moscow at CSKA Arena.

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Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 USD and 15,000 Pro Circuit Points
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 USD
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Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
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The closed qualifiers in Europe is hosted online on February 4-6 Two teams will advance to LAN-finals.

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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 USD + 15,000 Pro Circuit Points

The first Major tournament in 2019.

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Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
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Prize Pool: 2 spots at Chongqing Major
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Prize Pool: $24,620,868 USD
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Prize Pool: $1,500,000
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 + 1,500 Dota Pro Circuit
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 + 1,500 Dota Pro Circuit
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 + 1,500 Dota Pro Circuit
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Prize Pool: $300,000 and 300 Pro Circuit Points
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 + 1,500 Dota Pro Circuit
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 + 1,500 Dota Pro Circuit
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Prize Pool: $300,000 and 300 Pro Circuit Points
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Prize Pool: 400,000$ + 400 Pro Circuit Points

The minor tournament with $400,000 and 400 DPC Points prize pool.

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Prize Pool: $1,000,000 + 1,500 Dota Pro Circuit
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Prize Pool: $300,000 and 300 Pro Circuit Points
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Prize Pool: $1,000,000
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Prize Pool: $300,000

StarLadder i-League Invitational is the third tournament in Invitational StarLadder series. This time, the champion will take place not in the biggest city of the world Shanghai, China but in Kiev, Ukraine. As StarLadder organization is located here, it’s likely that it will be easier to them to organize the event here, but not in another country.

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Prize Pool: 23,000,000+
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Prize Pool: $500,000

VTB Ice Palace, Moscow, Russia. 10 teams. 500,000$.

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Prize Pool: 100 000$

Starladder I-League Invitational has moved from Kiev to Shanghai.

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Prize Pool: $3,000,000

Palace “Ukraine”, Kiev, Ukraine. 16 Teams.

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Prize Pool: 100 000$
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Prize Pool: 3 spots for LAN-Final
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Prize Pool: $612,000

Will organizers reform and prove that problems of the previous season were only an accident?

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Prize Pool: 612 000$
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Prize Pool: 185 000$

In brief:

2017

The core of the roster, which we know as Team Liquid now, was assembled in the organization Alliance on November 29, 2017. Then, it included miCKe, Boxi, Taiga, and iNSaNia. Jonathan ‘Loda’ Berg was playing on the main roster together with the four esportsmen but he moved to a coach position later. The end of 2017 was almost unsuccessful for Alliance. The only competition, which was conquered by the Europeans, was The Final Match Season 1. There, the team earned the main money reward in the sum of $21,250 for their efforts.

2018

Alliance spent the first half under the sign of failure. They were not able to earn a dollar on grabs. On the outcome of it, Loda decided to leave his position and help the players as a coach. The famous German player, Maximilian ‘qojqva’ Broker joined in June 2018. Before the arrival in Alliance, he became popular due to his play under the tag Escape Gaming, on the roster of which he placed 13th-16th at The International 2016 and earned more than $100,000.

Changes started after that. The team managed to win X-Bet.co Rampage Series #1. $4,100 was not what the players were expecting but the start was made. After that, the team achieved victory in a row of large online tournaments and became confident. The first serious challenge for the five assembled in June was the October championship WePlay! Reshuffle Madness, in which 8 teams took part, having played for $50,000 of the prize pool. The competition was won and $25,000 consequently moved to Alliance’s account. The team was participating in the secondary tournaments with low prize pools during the rest of the year.

2019

Alliance was not able to show good results in 2019 but then went to OGA Dota PIT Minor 2019 and placed 3rd there and earned $35,000. At EPICENTER 2019, the team managed to get into the last pack of participants of The International 2019 and, having placed 5th-6th, earned $60,000 and enough DPC points to receive an invite to TI9. After that, Alliance conquered the tenth season of DOTA Summit and received $42,000. At the main esports event, Alliance was not the first team to leave The International 2019 first. As a result, the European five held the 13th-16th place in the standings. This allowed iNSaNia and his teammates to earn $514,951 and increase self-confidence.

It became known on September 26 that Team Liquid decided not to stop its Dota 2 activity after the departure of KuroKy and his five and offered the players from Alliance too good conditions to refuse.

The five esportsmen signed contracts with Team Liquid on October 2 and their debut under the new tag was in the European qualifiers to MDL Chengdu Major 2019 where the team successfully qualified for the first Major tournament. DreamLeague Season 12 was the first LAN tournament for the players under the new tag and the team placed 4th, having earned a prize in the sum of $25,000. ESL One Hamburg 2019 was way worse where the team placed 11th-12th and received $3,000 but MDL Chengdu Major 2019, where miCKe and the company managed to make it to, finished well for Team Liquid. The Europeans held the 5th-6th place in the standings there and earned $60,000 and 900 rating points, which is pretty a lot.

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