Team Liquid joins "VALORANT fever" and announces full new roster

We have witnessed in the last few months how several professional esports organizations join the “VALORANT fever” and set up competitive rosters for the shooter created by Riot Games.

Some of the biggest names that already compete in the VALORANT scene are G2 Esports, T1, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Sentinels, Team Solo Mid, Cloud9, Gen.G, Immortals, FaZe Clan, 100 Thieves, and many more…

It was just a matter of time for one of the most legendary North American esports organization to join them and craft a professional VALORANT team, and so happened last Friday: Team Liquid finally introduced their full new team to the world.

New Team.
New Game.
New Home.
Same Liquid.#RideOrDie pic.twitter.com/hhwab6wt8p

— Team Liquid VALORANT (@LiquidValorant) August 7, 2020

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With that insane video, Team Liquid introduces their VALORANT roster and their intentions to become a big international contender.

Team Liquid’s VALORANT roster:

  • Adam “ec1s” Eccles (Captain)
  • Dom “soulcas” Sulcas
  • James “Kryptix” Affleck
  • Travis “L1NK” Mendoza
  • Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom

These guys belong to a team formerly known as Fish123. ScreaM is a former CS:GO professional player that joined some of the best VALORANT players in the United Kingdom, being the substitute of former Fish123 player Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks, who joined G2 Esports VALORANT team a couple of months ago.

The game has changed.
A new exciting chapter starts.

Officially joining @TeamLiquid on Valorant and I can’t wait to compete with the team!

Thank you all for your unconditional support, I hope to see you by our side during events and on my stream! ❤️#LETSGOLIQUID #1TAP 🦁✊ https://t.co/2XgySnqzBe

— Liquid ScreaM (@ScreaM_) August 7, 2020

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Fish123 team has been competing in VALORANT since the beta. Now, under the name of the great organization, will be facing a new challenge: conquest the international scene.

To do that, Team Liquid is set to practice in a new facility based in Utrecht, in the Netherlands, which could mean that they will be competing in Europe rather than North America.

Team Liquid will debut with its new roster in a few days, and we can’t wait to see how they manage to conquest their tournaments!

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