Legacy finally have a home.

Team Liquid Alienware have signed Team Legacy ahead of the ALGS Split 1 Playoffs in Los Angeles. The transfer, first revealed on Battlefy, ends a long search for an organisation for the all mexican roster.

Team Liquid has not had an ALGS team since the end of 2022. Their return to the Apex competitive scene comes amid a mass re-entry, following Apex Legends joining the Esports World Cup lineup.

Legacy find a home in Team Liquid Alienware

Legacy, comprised of Saul "YanYa" Ocampo Plascencia, Luis Enrique "Neazul" Ramos Suarez and Alexis "Jaguares" Martinez, have been without an organisation since leaving Luminosity.

It was almost a crime that this talented roster had to play the entire Pro League split unsigned. However, their fourth place finish and subsequent LAN qualification cemented their status as one of the most attractive free agent teams ahead of the event.

Team Liquid Alienware were used to competing at the top of the game when they were last in the ALGS. With this roster, they can expect to be right back into the mix at the upcoming Split 1 Playoffs. Team Liquid Alienware will be amongst the outside favourites to snatch a win in Los Angeles.

Jaguares (Photo EA/Joe Brady)
Jaguares (Photo EA/Joe Brady)

Who is the new Team Liquid Alienware ALGS roster?

Most fans will know YanYa, Neazul and Jaguares as the LG Chivas roster. They were one of the more consistent ALGS LAN teams, sometimes flying under the radar in the eyes of fans. They finished fifth at the most recent ALGS Championship in Birmingham.

This team is known for their immense fighting skill. They can sometimes be inconsistent, but when they get going they are completely unstoppable. They have benefitted from the ALGS and Apex meta becoming more aggressive across the last several updates.

Their 22 kill game in the recent ALGS Pro League split sets out exactly what this team can do. They are a bit of a snowball team, with momentum often delivering huge wins for the team. Teams will fear fighting them on the edge of zone in Los Angeles.

Team Liquid's new roster has several strong LAN results

This roster has a very impressive set of LAN results. Their highlights include:

  • 5th - ALGS 2023 Championship
  • 5th - ALGS 2022 Split 2 Playoffs*
  • 10th - ALGS 2023 Split 1 Playoffs
  • 12th - ALGS 2023 Split 2 Playoffs

*Played without Jaguares

Team Liquid Alienware will hope for immediate ALGS success with this roster. They have been incredibly consistent at qualifying for LAN finals, and once again will have a good shout at taking home the title in May.

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