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Team Liquid reopens training facility

Aug 25, 2019; Detroit, MI, USA; Cloud9 player Tristan Stidam plays during the LCS Summer Finals event against Team Liquid at Little Caesars Arena. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports
Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Team Liquid, one of the world’s top esports organizations, officially reopened Alienware Training Facility in Santa Monica, Calif., on Wednesday following several renovations.

With the upgrades, Team Liquid has created “a modern hybrid workplace for the post-COVID world,” according to a news release.

The renovations include upgraded internet features, refurbished rooms for reviewing gameplay, a training lab and streaming pods. The facility’s lobby was also renovated.

“Team Liquid is nothing without our athletes and people that make it great, and we’re committed to supporting them in the best ways possible,” Team Liquid co-CEO Steve Arhancet said. “Thanks to one of our longest standing partners Alienware, our all new remodeled Alienware Training Facility in North America allows us to continue TL’s tradition of excellence by giving our teams a tangible edge in competition.”

After the facility’s initial opening in 2018, the team went on to construct another facility in the Netherlands to become the first esports organization with training facilities on two continents.

–Field Level Media