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Skullz joins Team Liquid

The addition of Brazilian rifler Felipe “skullz” Medeiros to Team Liquid’s Counter-Strike lineup has been formally confirmed. This is the start of the organization’s all-encompassing reconstruction. After Rainwaker and Patsi left the team earlier this year, the organization decided to abandon its European adventure. As a result, an almost entirely new lineup for Team Liquid will join the server in the next few months. Continue reading this article for the best information on esports predictions!

Team Liquid shared the announcement on social media, saying: “The start to our new roster, one of the most exciting prospects out of Brazil, we’re excited to bring Skullz into an international system to test his new limits. Please welcome Felipe to Team Liquid CS!”

Skullz joins Team Liquid
Skullz playing for former team paiN on stage

Skullz, who has a strong reputation from his 15-month stay with paiN Gaming, teams up with seasoned gamers NAF and YEKINDAR. He performed exceptionally well throughout this time, displaying an incredible 1.16 rating across 251 maps and continuously establishing himself as paiN’s best player.

Fluxo became interested in him as a result of his performances, which made him known as one of Brazil’s most promising players. Skullz had been in talks with the group to buy him out for an alleged $600,000 buyout, but once Liquid approached him, Skullz allegedly preferred to deal with Liquid rather than the organization. Skullz’s signing and Twistzz’s anticipated arrival suggest that Liquid will soon undergo a major roster change. Liquid is now positioned to compete in the Americas for the forthcoming PGL Copenhagen Major thanks to its updated lineup.

He can perform exceptionally well offline and against elite opponents. Specifically, Skullz performed exceptionally well at the BLAST.tv Paris Major, averaging an amazing 1.41 rating over 7 Challengers Stage maps. After the his time at paiN Gaming, where the rifler demonstrated his mettle in multiple A-tier competitions like the the BLAST.tv American Major qualifier, the ESL Challenger Melbourne 2022 event, and ESL Pro League Season 17, he joins liquid ready to demonstrate that he can compete at the highest level. With English being the in-game language of the squad, which is anticipated to be completed within the next few days, the Brazilian will face additional obstacles at Team Liquid.

 

 

The members of the current Liquid lineup are: Felipe “skullz” Medeiros, Mareks “YEKINDAR” Gaļinskis and Keith “NAF” Markovic. Since the beginning of October, Team Liquid has not engaged in any formal competitions, and they do not have any tournament dates till the new year.

Liquid is looking to get back to their good days as they at some point dominated the Counter-Strike scene and completed the Intel Grand Slam in 63 days back in 2019, breaking a record. But after that, they haven’t won an S-Tier tournament since 2020.

All eyes are currently on the expected arrivals of Twistzz, cadiaN, and coach zews as Liquid continues to assemble their squad. The goal of this strategic change is to establish Liquid as the main contender in the cutthroat CS2 market. Skullz joining the team and more possible recruits in the works bode well for Liquid’s future in Counter-Strike. An intriguing new chapter in the history of the organization is set by the dynamic fusion of seasoned veterans and up-and-coming talent.

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