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Team Liquid
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Org Location
Netherlands
Team Location
United States
Region
NA
North America
OwnerVictor "Nazgul" Goossens
Steve "LiQuiD112" Arhancet
PartnerAlienware
Coinbase
Honda
Monster Energy
SAP
Sui
IMC
Twitch
Thorne
HyperX
Secretlab
History
Created2000
LoL Division 2015-01-06
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Team Liquid—competing under Team Liquid Honda for the League of Legends division for sponsorship reasons—is a multi-gaming team organization that was founded in the Netherlands in 2000 as a StarCraft: Brood War team. In January 2015, they merged with Team Curse (not the Curse Gaming organization). This page contains information about their primary League of Legends team, formerly known as Team Curse.

The organization also runs the most-visted StarCraft-related website in the world, tl.net, which has given to a rise League sub-site, Liquid Legends since Liquid acquired Curse and joined the LCS.

History[]

2015 Preseason[]

Team Liquid acquired their League of Legends roster in January 2015 upon merging with Team Curse (not to be confused with the team's former title sponsor Curse Gaming). They inherited Team Curse's spot in the LCS, and their starting roster going into the 2015 season included Quas, IWillDominate, FeniX, Piglet, and Xpecial. At the same time as this merger was announced, Team Liquid launched the site liquidlegends.net, a hub for all of their League of Legends content.[1]

2015 Season[]

At the start of the season, Piglet was unable to play in the NA LCS Spring Split due to visa issues, and so Team Liquid Academy AD carry KEITHMCBRIEF started in his place for the first week. The team went 2-0. Piglet then returned for weeks 2, 3, and 4, but after poor performances and a 1-5 record, KEITHMCBRIEF (now Keith) was returned to the starting lineup.[2] During this time, to accommodate Keith's high-school schedule, Liquid scrimmed with Piglet in the mornings and then with Keith in the afternoons. The team went 3-1 in weeks 5 and 6, and Piglet was returned for week 7; he stayed on the starting roster through the rest of the split.[3] The team qualified for playoffs with the sixth seed after defeating Team 8 in a tiebreaker game. There, they beat CLG 3-0 in the quarterfinals before falling to Cloud9 3-2 in the semifinals; in the third-place match, Liquid finally broke the "fourth-place curse" that stopped them from placing higher than fourth place in any event that had persisted since they were Team Curse and took down Team Impulse 3-2.

Team Liquid stuck with the same five-man roster for the entirety of the summer split, and they finished the round robin in first place after winning a tiebreaker match over Counter Logic Gaming - the first team other than TSM or Cloud9 to place first in an NA LCS round robin. However, in the playoffs, they lost immediately in the semifinals to TSM, making them also the first team to finish first in an NA LCS round robin but not make the playoff finals. A CLG victory over TSM in the playoff finals sent Team Liquid to the regional finals instead of giving them a direct seed to Worlds via Championship Points, and in the gauntlet they lost to underdogs Cloud9, ending their post-season abruptly.

2016 Preseason[]

Following a rumor that Piglet was to leave the team published in late September 2015, Team Liquid announced that they were actually extending his contract.[4][5] The next day, Xpecial revealed that it was he who was leaving the team, not Piglet, and in October the team announced Smoothie as their new starting support player.[6][7] Soon after, Xpecial's departure was officially announced as well.[8]

2016 Season[]

In late December, Team Liquid announced their plans for a 10-man-roster and heavily revamped their coaching staff with Locodoco as new head coach and new support staff. In January, Liquid announced the addition of Lourlo to fill the gap left by Quas and added zig, Dardoch, Youngbin, fabbbyyy and Matt as active subs from their Challenger team Team Liquid Academy. What "active subs" turned out to mean was a permanent roster shuffle, in which Dardoch and Matt joined the LCS team after the first game of the split. IWDominate retired, and Smoothie moved to the Academy team.

Liquid's spring split started out rocky, with an 0-2 first week and cumulative winrates of 50% or worse after each of the first eight weeks. Eventually, their new roster started to solidify, and they climbed into a fourth-place regular-season finish, behind the newly-formed and almost-undefeated Immortals, CLG, and Cloud9. A lot of their success was attributed to Dardoch's jungling, and he was named Rookie of the Split. Team Liquid's quarterfinal series was an easy 3-0 over NRG Esports, but in the semifinals, they lost a narrow five-game series to CLG (the eventual champions). In the fifth game, Piglet was caught out in mid lane by a double-teleport from both Darshan and Huhi at the same time to the same ward and died. While Liquid were already behind in that game, it was this play that sealed the win for their opponents. In the third-place series against the tournament-favorite Immortals who had been knocked down in an upset by TSM, Liquid lost once again, this time 0-3, to finish the playoffs in fourth place overall and continuing their "fourth-place curse."

Despite Dardoch's stellar spring split performance, on May 27, he was suspended by the team for "behavioral problems and team dynamics issues" ahead of the Summer Split.[9] Liquid Academy jungler Moon was used for the team's first series instead, which they lost, and by the end of the week Dardoch was starting again, where he remained through the end of the Playoffs. Soon after Dardoch's return, fabbbyyy was also traded to the main Team Liquid roster, this time in exchange for Piglet. This roster of Lourlo, Dardoch, FeniX, fabbbyyy, and Matt stabilized, and the team finished in fifth place with a 9-9 series record. In the playoffs, they shook up their roster once again, substituting in Jynthe for their third game against CLG after two losses. Jynthe won his first game, but Team Liquid ultimately lost the series 3-1 and then also lost in the first round of the Regional Finals to Team EnVyUs, this time with both Jynthe at AD carry and former substitute mid laner Arcsecond jungling.

2017 Season[]

In the offseason, Liquid made a big splash by signing former Immortals star jungler Reignover to replace Dardoch. The team also sold their Challenger Series slot to eUnited, and added former Liquid Academy players Goldenglue and Piglet to the starting roster, joining Reignover and Summer holdovers Lourlo and Matt. After a middling 2-4 start to the Spring Split, Liquid nosedived in weeks 3 and 4, losing all four series to fall into a tie for last place. With the organization seeing Goldenglue as a weak point on the team, tryouts were announced for a new mid laner during the break week. However, the team eventually elected to move ADC Piglet to mid and to add former sub Youngbin as their new ADC. After a 1-1 week 5, the team made yet another move, acquiring former TSM star ADC Doublelift, who had been taking a split off, on loan from TSM, as well as veteran support Adrian. While Adrian would only play a few games, Doublelift would start the remainder of the season for Liquid. The team even added a new head coach for the final week, picking up former NaJin Black Sword player Cain. However, these moves failed to deliver the radical results hoped for and Liquid went 2-4 over the last three weeks to finish 9th, sending them to the promotion tournament.

In the promotion tournament, Liquid beat eUnited 3-1 after dropping the first game, moving them into the winner's bracket. There, they faced NACS champions Gold Coin United. Liquid went up 2-0 in the series, only to drop the next two games to GCU. However, Liquid defeated GCU in a dominant 5th game, retaining their LCS spot.

In the midseason, Doublelift returned to TSM. The team then announced that Piglet would swap back to ADC and that Goldenglue would return from bootcamping in Korea to start in mid lane. This meant that the team would start the same five that they had to begin the spring, despite the underwhelming results. However, this lineup would not last long, as after a losing to CLG to open the Summer Split, Goldenglue was subbed out for former Phoenix1 mid laner Slooshi. Liquid lost that series as well, and Goldenglue returned and held the starting position until week 4, in which he was once again subbed out for Slooshi and veteran support KonKwon was subbed in for Matt. The team also began to sub in Inori, acquired from Phoenix1, for Reignover. None of these changes led to any lasting sucess, and Liquid finished the first 7 weeks with a 4-10 record. Before week 8, the team announced that Dardoch, who had left CLG due to conflicts with his teammates, would return to the team he had started with, and that they had also acquired ROX Tigers mid laner Mickey. Despite the high profile acquisitions, Liquid proceeded to lose all four of their final games, sending them to the promotion tournament for the second time in 2017, the worst year in the history of the Liquid organization.

With both Mickey and Dardoch starting, Liquid requalified for the LCS with a 3-0 stomp of eUnited, followed by coming back after falling to a 2-0 deficit against Phoenix1 to take the series.

2018 Preseason[]

After they were accepted into the LCS's new franchising system in 2018, Team Liquid announced that they were releasing all of their players and coaching staff. The new starting roster consisted of former Immortals players Xmithie, Pobelter, and Olleh, shortly followed by Cloud9's Impact and the return of Doublelift. Cain remained as head coach for Liquid, and the team also acquired former Immortals coach Dodo as assistant coach. Expectations were high, as the new Team Liquid roster looked incredibly strong with five high-profile veterans joining forces.

2018 Season[]

Liquid had a strong start to the 2018 Spring Split, finishing Week 2 with a record of 4-0 including resounding victories over rivals TSM and 100 Thieves. However, the team started to falter after losses in Week 3 to the underperforming FlyQuest and last-place Golden Guardians. The team would continue to play inconsistently throughout most of the split, with criticism directed to the apparent lack of synergy between Doublelift and Olleh. The team finally displayed a resurgence of strength with a 2-0 record in Week 9. The victories entered Team Liquid into a tiebreaker between four teams to determine playoff seeding, in which Liquid acquired the fourth seed. The fourth-place curse was finally broken as the team looked completely dominant in playoffs. Liquid defeated Cloud9 in the quarterfinals, Echo Fox in the semifinals, and the first-place 100 Thieves in the grand final. This would give Liquid their first LCS title, and allow them to be North America's representative at the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational.

At MSI, Liquid was seeded directly into the Group Stage. They began the event in uninspiring fashion, losing their first four games, the only team to fail to record a win in the first two days. Olleh also removed himself in favor of substitute support Joey after day 1, citing a lack of confidence in his own play, though he would return for the second game on Day 2 and play out the rest of the event. However, Liquid finally managed to break their slump with a Day 3 win over eventual tournament winners Royal Never Give Up, then won three of their five final matches, which coupled with a slump by Europe's Fnatic, put the two Western teams in a tie for the final playoff spot at the conclusion of the group stage. Liquid's luck would fail them there though, as they lost, continuing North America's record of futility in international tournament tierbreakers.

Team Liquid was placed in Group C for the Worlds 2018 Main Event, along with Korea's KT Rolster, Taiwan's MAD Team, and China's EDward Gaming. In the tournament, Liquid performed poorly, winning only against MAD in the first round robin. Though Liquid displayed improvement in the second round robin, beating EDG, they finished with a 3-3 record, which was not enough to secure the team a place in the knockout stage.

2019 Preseason[]

Following their Worlds performance, the team looked to revamp some positions within the team in the hopes that they would achieve international success. The team replaced Pobelter with Cloud9's Jensen, and Olleh with former World Champion and former GenG support CoreJJ.

2019 Season[]

TL dominated the first half of the 2019 spring split with help from strong performances by the bot lane of Doublelift and CoreJJ and lost just one game, against TSM, in the first six weeks. TL struggled in the final three weeks and went 3-3 with losses to Flyquest, Echo Fox and Team SoloMid to finish 14-4. Cloud9 also finished the season with a 14-4 record but lost both regular-season games against Liquid to give TL the regular-season title.

Liquid avenged its loss to Flyquest by sweeping them in the spring playoff semifinals while SoloMid advanced in a close 3-2 series against Cloud9. Team SoloMid picked up where it left off in the regular season and won the first two games of the finals. TL fought back and reverse swept TSM to win its third straight LCS championship and a berth to the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational.

At the MSI Play-in round, TL swept the Phong Vũ Buffalo to advance to the main event where Liquid had a strong start to the tournament with a 2-0 record. Liquid then dropped five of its next six games to fall to 3-5 and sat in fourth place just one game ahead of the Flash Wolves. One win on the final day would secure TL at least a tiebreaker with the Wolves and two would have guaranteed a spot in the playoffs. Both teams lost their first games of the day, which put their fates in Team Liquid's hands. TL defeated G2 to secure the fourth spot in the playoffs and send the Wolves home.

Invictus Gaming won the group stage with a 9-1 record and elected to play Team Liquid in the first round of the playoffs. It was the first time that Doublelift had made it out of the group stage of an international tournament in the LCS era. TL won the first two games of the series despite falling behind in both matches before iG took the third game to prevent a sweep. In the fourth game of the series, Liquid took a commanding lead early and did not let go of control as the North American champions upset the LPL favorites 3-1 to advance to the finals. CoreJJ and Xmithie provided strong initiation and team fighting throughout the series and the former won series MVP. In the finals of the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational, Team Liquid was matched up against G2 Esports. Most people predicted a close final, but G2 had other ideas. Team Liquid fell to G2 Esports 3-0 in the fastest international best-of-five series in League of Legends history, finishing as runners up.

In the 2019 Summer Split, the team was burnt out from their run at MSI and started off at the end of Week 2 of the LCS with a tie for 4th Place at a 2-2 record. However, Team Liquid later picked up their game, becoming sole possessor of 1st place by the end of week 4.

At Rift Rivals, Liquid proved themselves to be the strongest NA team out of a pool of TL, TSM, and C9 against the LEC teams that comprised of Origen, G2 Esports and Fnatic. Although losing to Fnatic, they were able to beat Origen and take their revenge against G2 Esports, beating them in both encounters during the tournament and although Europe proved that they were the better overall region, Liquid proved themselves as the strongest NA team and showed themselves as a force to be reckoned with. With their return to the LCS Regular Season, they cemented themselves far and beyond any other NA team, making LCS Summer Playoffs by the end of Week 7 and receiving the first-place playoff bye with a 14-4 record, beating Cloud9's record of 12-6 which secured them the second-place bye.

The Playoffs proved tougher for Team Liquid, with Clutch Gaming presenting themselves as a contender in NA, however, it was not enough to take down the NA powerhouse of TL as Clutch Gaming suffered a loss of 3-2 in the semifinals, while Cloud9 had an easier series, winning 3-1 against Counter Logic Gaming. With these semifinal results, both Team Liquid and Cloud9 secured their spots at Worlds, with the final to determine which team receives the 1st and 2nd seed. The finals match was another very close series, with Liquid winning their 1st match, however, Cloud9 fought back valiantly and took the next 2 games against TL. With TL at risk of losing the 4-peat, they managed to pull it back and take games 4 and 5, ending the very close series 3-2, with Liquid taking over TSM as the greatest ever team that North America has ever seen, winning 4 LCS titles in a row and taking the 1st seed for North America at Worlds 2019.

2020 Preseason[]

After their short 3-3 group stage run at worlds in 2019, Team Liquid decided to part ways with long-time NA Jungler, Xmithie. They then signed the former Jungler from Fnatic, "Broxah" (Mads Brock-Pedersen). Alongside Broxah, they brought back Pobelter, this time as a topside positional coach.

Trivia[]

'4th' Meme[]

Timeline[]

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • 2024
  • 2018 (approx.), LL Stylish (Streamer) leaves.
  • January 3,
    Mickey leaves for academy roster.[91]
  • January (approx.), Malaclypse (Top Lane Positional Coach) joins.
  • April (approx.), Malaclypse (Top Lane Positional Coach) leaves.
  • April 23, Jarge (Head Analyst) leaves.[92]
  • June 11, TF Blade (Streamer) joins.[93]
  • October 22, Olleh's contract is extended through 2019.[94]
    Olleh's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.[95]
  • October 31, Impact changes residency from
    KR
    Korea
    to
    NA
    North America
    .[96]
  • November (approx.), Kayys (Head of Scouting and Analytics) joins.
  • November 9, JunoTheCat (Senior Esports Manager) leaves.[97]
  • November 19, Cain (Head Coach)'s contract expires but departure is not confirmed.[98]
    Pobelter leaves.[99][100]
    Jensen joins.
    [101][102]
    Jensen's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[103]
  • November 20,
    CoreJJ joins.
    [104]
    Olleh is set to leave with assistance finding a new team.[105]
    CoreJJ's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[106]
  • November 27,
    Olleh leaves.[107]
  • December 12, Rakin (Streamer) joins.[108]
  • January 5, Cain (Head Coach) is readded to the GCD.[109]
    Xmithie's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2019. Cain (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[110]
  • January 17, TF Blade (Streamer to Streamer/Sub/Top) changes position.[111]
  • May 29, Jensen changes residency from
    EU
    Europe
    to
    NA
    North America
    .[112]
  • July 2, Kayys (Head of Scouting and Analytics) leaves.[113]
  • September 18, John Patterson (Chief Financial Officer) joins.[114]
  • November 16,
    Wolfe is drafted at NA 2019 Scouting Grounds with exclusivity window ending on 26 November 2019.[115]
  • November 18,
    Xmithie leaves.[116]
  • November 19,
    Broxah joins.
    [117]
  • November 22,
    Broxah's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2022.[118]
  • November 27,
    Wolfe's draft window expires.[119]
  • December 12, Pobelter (Positional Coach) rejoins.[120]
  • January (approx.), Whanderlust (Digital Content Manager to Influencer Manager) changes position.
  • January 8,
    Pobelter will start as jungler if Broxah's visa is not processed on time for LCS 2020 Spring.[121]
    Pobelter and Dodo (Assistant Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[122]
  • January 24, Fasffy (Assistant Team Manager) joins. Dodo (Assistant Coach to Assistant Coach/Team Manager) changes position.[123] Michael Artress steps down as Team Manager.[123]
  • January 25,
    Shernfire joins from academy roster.
  • January 27, Michael Artress (Team Manager to Marvel and Apparel Licensing Partnerships Manager) changes position.[124]
  • January 31,
    CoreJJ's contract is extended through 2022.[125]
    CoreJJ's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[126]
  • February 6, Broxah's visa is approved.[127]
  • February 15,
    Shernfire leaves for academy roster.[128]
  • February 19,
    Pobelter (temporary substitute) leaves.[129]
  • February 23, Tyler (Head Analyst) joins.[130]
  • February 28,
    Tactical joins from academy roster.
    [131]
  • April 26,
    Doublelift leaves.[132]
  • April 28, Croissant (Assistant Coach) joins. Cain (Head Coach to Strategic Coach) changes position.[133]
  • May 4, Jatt (Head Coach) joins.[134]
  • May 6, Jatt (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[135]
  • May 9, KappaEquiscu (Athletics Back-End Developer) leaves.[136]
  • May 12, Xaafira (Senior Copywriter) joins.[137]
  • May 14, Hendrik (Graphic Designer) joins.[138]
  • July 17, IWDominate (Streamer) leaves.[139]
  • October 21, Tyler (Head Analyst) leaves.[140]
  • October 23, Croissant (Assistant Coach) leaves.[141]
  • November 1,
    TF Blade (Streamer) leaves.[142]
  • November 4,
    Tactical's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[143]
  • November 5,
    Jensen's contract is extended through 2023.[144]
    Jensen's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 21 November 2023.[145]
  • November 12, Cain (Strategic Coach) leaves.[146]
  • November 13, Kold (Strategic Coach) joins. Yaltz (Head Analyst) joins from academy roster.[147] Kold (Strategic Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[148]
  • November 14, Dodo (Assistant Coach/Team Manager to General Manager) and Fasffy (Assistant Team Manager to Team Manager) change positions.[149]
    Spawn is drafted at LCS Scouting Grounds 2020 with exclusivity window ending on 24 November 2020.[150]
  • November 16, ThixNation (COO to Chief Business Development Officer) changes position.[151]
  • November 17,
    Broxah leaves.[152]
  • November 18,
    Impact leaves.[153]
  • November 20,
    Alphari and
    Santorin join.
    [154]
    Alphari's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 21 November 2023.
    Santorin's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[155]
  • November 24,
    Spawn's draft window expires.[156]
  • November 30, Kold (Strategic Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 1 November 2021.[157]
  • December 15, H4xDefender (Two-Way Coach) joins.[158]
  • January 16, RapidStar (Positional Coach) joins.[217]
  • June 14,
    APA and
    Yeon's contracts are extended through 2026.[218]
  • June 15,
    APA and
    Yeon's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2026.[219]

Player Roster[]

Active[]

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleContract EndsJoined
NA

ImpactJeong Eon-young (정언영)
Top Laner
2025-11-18
Nov 20232023-11-27
KR

UmTiUm Sung-hyeon (엄성현)
Jungler
2025-11-18
Nov 20232023-11-29
NA

APAEain Stearns
Mid Laner
2026-11-17
Jul 20232023-07-05
NA

YeonSean Sung (성연호)
Bot Laner
2026-11-17
Dec 20222022-12-02
NA

CoreJJJo Yong-in (조용인)
Support
2024-11-19
Nov 20182018-11-20
Note: Teams are free to switch players between their LCS and Academy League rosters as long as their roster for each game complies with the rules outlined in this article. Therefore, more players are eligible to start than are listed on this page - we will only list those that do play.

Former[]

Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team
KR

SummitPark Woo-tae (박우태)
Top Laner
Dec 20222022-12-02Nov 20232023-11-22Movistar R7logo stdR7
KR

PyosikHong Chang-hyeon (홍창현)
Jungler
Dec 20222022-12-02Nov 20232023-11-22KT Rolsterlogo stdKT
NA

HaeriHarry Kang (강한별)
Mid Laner
(+)
(–)
Inactive
Dec 20222022-12-02Jul 20232023-07-08Team Liquid Challengerslogo stdTLC
EMEA

BwipoGabriël Rau
Top Laner
Nov 20212021-11-22Dec 20222022-12-01Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

SantorinLucas Tao Kilmer Larsen
Jungler
Nov 20202020-11-20Nov 20222022-11-24Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

BjergsenSøren Bjerg
Mid Laner
Nov 20212021-11-24Nov 20222022-11-11100 Thieveslogo std100
EU

Hans samaSteven Liv
Bot Laner
Nov 20212021-11-23Sep 20222022-09-19G2 Esportslogo stdG2
NA

JensenNicolaj Jensen
Mid Laner
Nov 20182018-11-19Dec 20212021-12-08Cloud9logo stdC9
NA

JenkinsThomas Tran
Top Laner
Jun 20212021-06-04Nov 20212021-11-19Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
EU

AlphariBarney Morris
Top Laner
Nov 20202020-11-20Nov 20212021-11-18Team Vitalitylogo stdVIT
NA

TacticalEdward Ra (나문용)
Bot Laner
Feb 20202020-02-28Nov 20212021-11-18TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

ArmaoJonathan Armao
Jungler
Jun 20212021-06-24Jul 20212021-07-28Cloud9logo stdC9
NA

ArmaoJonathan Armao
Jungler
(+)
(–)
Temp Sub
Apr 20212021-04-09Apr 20212021-04-12Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

SpawnTrevor Kerr-Taylor
Bot Laner
(+)
(–)
Draft Pick
Nov 20202020-11-14Nov 20202020-11-24Dignitas Academylogo stdDIG.A
NA

ImpactJeong Eon-young (정언영)
Top Laner
Nov 20172017-11-28Nov 20202020-11-18Evil Geniuses.NAlogo stdEG
EU

BroxahMads Brock-Pedersen
Jungler
Nov 20192019-11-19Nov 20202020-11-17Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
NA

TF BladeAshkan Homayouni
Sub/Top
Jan 20192019-01-17Nov 20202020-11-01Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

DoubleliftYiliang "Peter" Peng (彭亦亮)
Bot Laner
Nov 20172017-11-24Apr 20202020-04-26TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

PobelterEugene Park
Jungler
(+)
(–)
Temp Sub
Jan 20202020-01-08Feb 20202020-02-19Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
OCE

ShernfireShern Cherng Tai
Jungler
Jan 20202020-01-25Feb 20202020-02-15Dire Wolveslogo stdDW
NA

WolfeMichael Taylor
Mid Laner
(+)
(–)
Draft Pick
Nov 20192019-11-16Nov 20192019-11-27Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

XmithieJake Kevin Puchero
Jungler
Nov 20172017-11-22Nov 20192019-11-18Immortalslogo stdIMT
KR

OllehKim Joo-sung (김주성)
Support
Nov 20172017-11-27Nov 20182018-11-27Golden Guardianslogo stdGG
NA

PobelterEugene Park
Mid Laner
Nov 20172017-11-22Nov 20182018-11-19FlyQuestlogo stdFLY
KR

MickeySon Young-min (손영민)
Sub/Mid
Jul 20172017-07-24Jan 20182018-01-03Golden Guardianslogo stdGG
NA

GoldenglueGreyson Gregory Gilmer
Sub/Mid
Dec 20162016-12-09Dec 20172017-12-18Cloud9logo stdC9
NA

Cody SunLiyu "Cody" Sun
Sub/Bot
(+)
(–)
Inactive
Nov 20172017-11-22Dec 20172017-12-15100 Thieveslogo std100
NA

DardochJoshua Hartnett
Jungler
Jul 20172017-07-25Dec 20172017-12-06Echo Foxlogo stdFOX
NA

MattMatthew Elento
Support
Jan 20162016-01-04Dec 20172017-12-03Golden Guardianslogo stdGG
NA

LourloSamson Jackson
Top Laner
Jan 20162016-01-04Dec 20172017-12-01Golden Guardianslogo stdGG
NA

AnDaAndy Hoang
Sub/Jun
(+)
(–)
Inactive
Nov 20172017-11-22Nov 20172017-11-27FlyQuestlogo stdFLY
KR

ReignoverKim Yeu-jin (김의진)
Jungler
Dec 20162016-12-12Nov 20172017-11-26Counter Logic Gaminglogo stdCLG
NA

InoriRami Charagh (رامی چاراغ)
Jungler
Jun 20172017-06-22Nov 20172017-11-21YouthCrew Esportslogo stdYC
NA

SlooshiAndrew Pham
Mid Laner
May 20172017-05-23Nov 20172017-11-21Logo std8.2
KR

PigletChae Gwang-jin (채광진)
Bot Laner
Dec 20162016-12-12Nov 20172017-11-21Clutch Gaming Academylogo stdCG.A
NA

ViperOmran Shoura
Sub/Top
Jul 20162016-07-13Nov 20172017-11-20Team Liquid Academylogo stdTL.A
NA

ArcsecondLyonel Pfaender
Sub/Jun
Jul 20162016-07-13Nov 20172017-11-20Team Liquid Academylogo stdTL.A
NA

YoungbinJung Young-bin (정영빈)
Sub/Bot
Feb 20172017-02-28Nov 20172017-11-20University of California Irvinelogo stdUCI
NA

KonKwonKevin Kwon (권구혁)
Support
Feb 20172017-02-16Nov 20172017-11-18TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

LinkAustin Shin
Sub/Mid
Jan 20172017-01-05Jun 20172017-06-22Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

DoubleliftYiliang "Peter" Peng (彭亦亮)
Bot Laner
(+)
(–)
On Loan
Mar 20172017-03-07Apr 20172017-04-28TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

AdrianAdrian Ma
Support
Mar 20172017-03-08Apr 20172017-04-03Dignitaslogo stdDIG
NA

vvianBryan Kim
Sub/Top
Jul 20162016-07-13Jan 20172017-01-05Retiredlogo stdRetired
NA

YusanAlec Chen
Sub/Jun
Jul 20162016-07-13Jan 20172017-01-05Arsenallogo stdASN
NA

JynthePhil Vu
Sub/Bot
Jul 20162016-07-13Jan 20172017-01-05Logo stdILYS
KR

FeniXKim Jae-hun (김재훈)
Mid Laner
Jan 20152015-01-06Dec 20162016-12-12Gold Coin Unitedlogo stdGCU
NA

PainlessEric Fedder
Sub/Sup
≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??≈Dec 2016≈2016-12-??Wind and Rain NAlogo stdWAR.NA
NA

DardochJoshua Hartnett
Sub/Jun
Jan 20162016-01-04Nov 20162016-11-23Immortalslogo stdIMT
NA

fabbbyyyJovani Guillen
Sub/Bot
≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Aug 20162016-08-30Big Gods Jackalslogo stdBGJ
NA

SoloColin Earnest
Sub/Top
≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Jul 20162016-07-13Gold Coin Unitedlogo stdGCU
NA

MoonGalen Holgate
Sub/Jun
≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Jul 20162016-07-13Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

GoldenglueGreyson Gregory Gilmer
Sub/Mid
≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Jul 20162016-07-13Team Liquidlogo stdTL
KR

PigletChae Gwang-jin (채광진)
Sub/Bot
Jan 20152015-01-06Jul 20162016-07-13Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

StuntWilliam Chen
Sub/Sup
≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Jul 20162016-07-13Logo stdILYS
NA

SirhcEzChristopher Enteria
Sub/Top
Mar 20162016-03-08≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

IWDominateChristian Rivera
Sub/Jun
Jan 20152015-01-06≈May 2016≈2016-05-??Team Liquid Academylogo stdTL.A
NA

zigDerek Shao
Sub/Top
Jan 20162016-01-04Mar 20162016-03-08Phoenix1logo stdP1
NA

YoungbinJung Young-bin (정영빈)
Sub/Mid
Jan 20162016-01-04Mar 20162016-03-08University of California Irvinelogo stdUCI
NA

fabbbyyyJovani Guillen
Sub/Bot
Jan 20162016-01-04Mar 20162016-03-08Team Liquidlogo stdTL
NA

SmoothieAndy Ta
Sub/Sup
Oct 20152015-10-16Mar 20162016-03-08Cloud9logo stdC9
NA

ChumpJohnJohnson Ranta
Sub/Top
Jun 20152015-06-28≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??Zenith Esportslogo stdZEN
NA

SaecaAndrew Smith
Sub/Mid
Jan 20152015-01-16≈Jan 2016≈2016-01-??Logo stdMARY
NA

QuasDiego Ruiz
Top Laner
(+)
(–)
Inactive
Jan 20152015-01-06Dec 20152015-12-03NRG Esportslogo stdNRG
NA

XpecialAlex Chu (朱啓恩)
Support
Jan 20152015-01-06Oct 20152015-10-29Cloud9 Challengerlogo stdC9C
NA

KEITHMCBRIEFYuri Jew
Sub/Bot
Jan 20152015-01-16Jul 20152015-07-01TSMlogo stdTSM
NA

NyjackyChenglong "Jacky" Wang
Sub/Mid
Jan 20152015-01-16≈Jun 2015≈2015-06-??Retiredlogo stdRetired

Player League Participation[]

Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.

LCS

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