Team Liquid recently announced that it had launched a mobile version of Liquipedia, the Wikipedia-themed website dedicated to esports. This ad-free application was made available for iOS and Android devices on October 10th.
Liquipedia is one of the most reliable esports information databases available today. The website keeps a record of match results, player histories, events going on, prize pools, and so on.
This mobile app offers a variety of new features that weren’t originally available on the website. This includes match alerts for players or teams. It also provides fans with easy access to information regarding numerous esports titles like CS:GO, Dota 2, League of Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, Rocket League, VALORANT, and more.
Team Liquid has experience creating mobile apps. Last year, the company launched Liquid+, a platform dedicated to fan engagement.
(All information was provided by VentureBeat)
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