Team Liquid launches scouting combine in North America

Multinational esports organisation Team Liquid has launched The Next Wave, a scouting combine focused on finding talented FPS players in North America.

The combine will be accompanied by a five episode series, with the finale broadcast live on Twitch. The project will focus on amateur and professional FPS players and content creators, with the winner of the competition receiving a cash prize, a contract with Team Liquid, and a partner prize package.

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Image credit: Team Liquid

Coinbase will serve as a presenting partner for the combine. Moreover, Aim Lab, HyperX, IMC Trading, Kingston, MIKE AND IKE and Secretlab are supporting partners.

This is the first time Team Liquid has reached out to amateur players, instead of recruiting professionals to its ranks. Submissions are open to North American players, and the top 22 players will get the chance to advance to the finals.

The name combine appears to take inspiration from the NFL Scouting Combine, a showcase run by the American Football league where promising up-and-coming talent competes in front of teams and talent scouts.

Chris Ambrosio, Director of Events for Team Liquid, said: ” This competition aligns with Team Liquid’s consistent ethos of competitive excellence. Unline other industry predecesors, this contest looks beyond content creation to include a focus on game skill.”


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