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Team Liquid StarLeague

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The Teamliquid Starleague is a tournament series run by TL.net started in 2008 during StarCraft: Brood War, with TSL3 switching the league to StarCraft II.

The TeamLiquid StarLeague 4, announced on April 25th 2012[1], will be the second TSL event held for StarCraft II. It will feature three returning seeds, the three players who achieved podium in the previous edition: ThorZaIN, NaNiwa and Kas. The twenty-nine remaining spots will be awarded through qualifiers. The event will have a live finals and after party in New York City, as well as full news and coverage on TL.net.

Tournaments[edit]

Starleague Date Winner Runner-Up
2008 Razer TSL1 SC:BW 2008 (2008-03-31 – 2008-06-02) Canada  IefNaij Poland  Draco
2009 Pokerstrategy.com TSL2 SC:BW 2009 (2009-11-21 – 2010-02-28) United States  NonY Germany  Mondragon
2011 Pokerstrategy.com TSL3 2011 (2011-03-19 – 2011-05-15) Sweden  ThorZaIN Sweden  NaNiwa
TeamLiquid StarLeague 4 2012 (2012-07-28 – 2012-09-08) South Korea  Creator South Korea  Life
TeamLiquid StarLeague 5 2020 (2020-05-16 – 2020-06-07) South Korea  soO South Korea  INnoVation
TeamLiquid StarLeague 6 2020 (2020-12-05 – 2020-12-20) South Korea  Dark Finland  Serral

Trivia[edit]

Medals won per Race[edit]

Race
Protoss 3 2 1
Terran 1 1 3
Zerg 1 2 1

Medals won per Player[edit]

Gold[edit]

Canada  IefNaij  -  United States  NonY  -  Sweden  ThorZaIN  -  South Korea  Creator  -  South Korea  soO

Silver[edit]

Poland  Draco  -  Germany  Mondragon  -  Sweden  NaNiwa  -  South Korea  Life  -  South Korea  INnoVation

Bronze[edit]

Russia  Brat_OK  -  Taiwan  Sen  -  Ukraine  Kas  -  South Korea  KeeN  -  South Korea  Trap

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