After a terrible run at PGL Stockholm Major, the news from Team Liquid’s camp is not great as they being knocked out early in the legend stage with only one win and three losses really did number on their morale.
Everything that is currently happening is pointing toward a big roster move, especially after the Bestpvpers.com report about Liquid’s in-game leader Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo and rifler Jake “Stewie2K” Yip are considering their options for the 2022 season. It was also reported that FalleN might be looking to reunite with their old Luminosity Gaming and SK gaming teammates. While the news is not confirmed yet, but the one thing is certain we are going to see some huge roster moves from Team Liquid in the coming month or so.
Following the team state, one of Team Liquid’s star players EliGe also commented during his stream that roster changes are being made and the team hasn’t played together since the Major.
Considering Team Liquid one of the last S-tier championships of the year BLAST Premier Fall Final is ahead of them. EliGe tried to shed some light on the problems that Team Liquid is currently facing.
EliGe in an interview with Pley.gg once again confirmed that roster changes are being made by the organization and “The team is not really getting along” he said, he also said that there are many reasons behind team not getting along well, like; a lot of traveling issues with uncertainty with schedule and not fixing the issues with the team, which ended up causing them more problems.