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Team Liquid keeps it drippy with Marvel to celebrate a year of collabs

Professional esports squad Team Liquid is releasing some sick new Marvel gear.

In celebration of its one-year partnership deal with Marvel Entertainment, the esports squad is launching an exclusive collection today at 12pm PST.

Team Liquid x Marvel Collab

The collection will include customizable Marvel-themed hoodies, jerseys, and zip-up jackets. Character designs will include several X-Men and Avengers such as Black Widow, Iron Man, and of course your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

Captain America, Thor, and Hulk round out the rest of the slick apparel.

Team Liquid Hulk
Team Liquid

Team Liquid is on the rise

Speaking of drip… Team Liquid is one of the most successful esports organizations in the world and has garnered nearly $34 million in earnings.

The team’s Counter-Strike Global Offensive squad won the prestigious Intel Grand Slam prize in 2019, doing so in only 63 days.

“Team Liquid’s achievement has made what is supposed to be Counter-Strike’s most prestigious award look easy,” Esports Insider said.

“Given the speed in which it was achieved, speculation around Intel and ESL rethinking requisites of the Intel Grand Slam for the following season seems warranted.”

The $1 million prize added on to the squad’s four LCS titles, The International 2017 win, and numerous other victories.

The website was originally released in May 2001 by Victor “Nazgul” Goossens, and Joy “Meat” Hoogeveen, under the domain The website was first best known as a Starcraft news site, but expanded to include Dota 2 and other games in August 2012.

In December 2012, the team expanded its esports franchise into multiple games starting with a North American Dota 2 squad.

Following many ownership changes, Victor Goossens and Steve Arhancet announced that they would continue their roles as co-CEOs.

Investors include Golden State Warriors executives Rick Welts and Kirk Lacob, Los Angeles Dodgers executives Lon Rosen and Tucker Cain, and Chicago Cubs President of Operations Crane Kenney.

The iconic Marvel characters collection will be priced at $84 for jerseys and $99 for hoodies.

Team Liquid Captain America
Team Liquid

The exclusive Marvel deal follows a successful year for both parties, as Marvel Entertainment recently helmed the highest-grossing film of all time in 2019, Avengers Endgame. The superhero flick took in $2.798 billion at the worldwide box office.

Marvel looks to continue their film success with Black Widow on November 6, and The Eternals on February 21, 2021.

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