Team Liquid's current roster is the second most stable team in Dota 2 history
Team Liquid's current roster, acquired from Alliance back in November 2019, became the second most stable team in the history of Dota 2. The team has been playing in the same roster for 615 maps. Analyst Ben "Noxville" Steenhuisen shared the information.
To displace the Alliance 2013 champion roster from the first place, Team Liquid needs to play 41 more maps, some of which will be played during the current Dota Pro Circuit 2021 season. Interestingly, Alliance 2013 spent so many maps in less time, and all due to a large number of online qualifications and the small number of LAN tournaments, which take up time for flights and preparation.
In fact, Team Liquid's current roster has been playing together since November 2017. At that time, the players were gathered under the Alliance banners, and in November 2019, they moved to another organization.
Team Liquid' current roster: