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Team Liquid added a third autochess player to their roster and it is none other than Brandon “Saintvicious” DiMarco. A veteran of the League of Legends scene, the streamer joins George “Hyped” Maganzini and Erik “Tabzz” van Helvert as the third Autochess player of Liquid.

Team Liquid first entered the genre in April with Hyped and Tabzz. Hyped had been with the organization for some time now, representing them in Artifact, but following the game’s demise and the rise of the autochess games, Maganzini moved to the autochess division. Tabbz, on the other hand, came in with a background in League of Legends and has since returned to the Rift, albeit through Teamfight Tactics.

This isn’t the first time SaintVicious has been a part of Team Liquid either. In 2017, he coached their main League of Legends team and played for their Academy roster.

Expanding the TFT roster makes sense for Liquid. The game has been blowing up on Twitch, pulling in six-figure viewerships daily. Some of the biggest League of Legends streamers have flocked to it and at least for now, TFT seems to be leading the race in the autochess genre.

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