Team Liquid Pro Fortnite Roster Unveiled Ahead of $100M Esports Season

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Jun/05/2018

Team Liquid has announced its Pro Fortnite roster with names that include former FaZe Clan pro player Thomas '72hrs' Mulligan, Adam 'Strafesh0t' Crawford, Jake 'Poach' Brumleve and Ryan 'Chap' Chaplo.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

Team Liquid issued this statement following the announced roster:

Competitive success is Team Liquid’s number one priority—while we scouted several major content creators and streamers, this precedent informed our final decision. Our four man squad is already making waves within the competitive community, scrimming daily and honing their skills for tournaments to come. We can’t wait to bring our experience and resources to this new title.

Betting will be available on Team Liquid and matchups they take part in. 

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