Dota 2: The New Team Liquid Invited to ESL One Hamburg 2019

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Dota 2: The New Team Liquid Invited to ESL One Hamburg 2019

You probably heard by now that Alliance decided to give up on their Dota 2 roster. This was a very strange decision because this was one of the teams that made the most progress during the last DPC season. They even made it to TI 9 through the open qualifiers. However, it seems like that was not enough to satisfy the Swedish organization.

What happened after that?

Despite the lack of someone to back them up, Michael “miCKe” Vu and his teammates decided to stick together. Luckily, just a couple of days later, one of the biggest esports organization in the world announced that they will take the team under their banner.

Team Liquid has been one of the most successful organizations in Dota 2 in the last couple of years. Apart from winning TI 7, their ex-Dota team won numerous other tournaments and most recently secured the second place at TI 9. However, it turned out that Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi and co. had other plans for their future and decided to create their very own organization.

This left Team Liquid without a Dota 2 roster just weeks before the new DPC was about to start. That’s why they decided to take the ex-Alliance roster under their banner in hopes of success.

ESL One Hamburg 2019

Despite not being a DPC event, this is one of the most anticipated tournaments. Similar to every other year, we will be able to see some of the best teams in the world in one place. They will fight for that $300K USD prize pool, which should not be taken lightly. Be sure to watch the event live during October 25-27.

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Dota 2: The New Team Liquid Invited to ESL One Hamburg 2019
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.