Team Liquid defeats the Gaimin Gladiators, and Blitz roasts Quinn for it

By Naman Alok | Jan 25, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


After defeating Quinn “Quinn” Callahan of the Gaimin Gladiators 2-1 in Division I of the Western Europe Dota Pro Circuit 2023 (WEU DPC 2023): Winter Tour, Team Liquid coach William “Blitz” Lee poked fun at him a few times. Despite suffering its first match loss after 11 straight victories at the hands of Gaimin Gladiators, Team Liquid nonetheless succeeded in their mission to become the first WEU team to qualify for the upcoming Lima Major in Peru. Blitz had a few words to say to his well-liked North American star during the post-game interview. Team Liquid defeats the Gaimin Gladiators, and Blitz roasts Quinn for it

You need to win two games before you can talk s**t. – Quinn is the target of a Blitz attack

After the team’s sixth consecutive series victory in the WEU DPC, Team Liquid coach Blitz became the newest player to be interviewed. While the coach focused on the game versus the Gaimin Gladiators in the post-match interview, he also addressed Quinn, another American, regarding the Gaimin Gladiators.

Quinn finished Game Two with a rampage on Huskar, the final player he had chosen, and dealt Team Liquid its first defeat of the DPC 2023. The following game, though, was won by Team Liquid, which gave them the series victory.

Quinn was mocked by Blitz for choosing the clumsy Huskar mid-lane choice in Game Two while playing for the Gaimin Gladiators, and this set the tone for the rest of the match. So this trash can, this whole dumpster of a Game One, he doesn’t say anything, but then he last pick cheesed Huskar, which, by the way, miCKe saw it coming but I was like, “No, Quinn has more shame than that, he has pride. Huskar is not a pick for him to make in the Ember. We still came very close to winning the game, he added, “but then he picked it and MIcke turned to me after they picked it.

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Quinn should keep in mind that he is playing in Europe and not North America, the man continued. At the beginning of Game Three, he then begins to speak negatively. If it had been included in Game One, I would have respected it. You’re not playing against a team like OmegaLUL Gaming; rather, this is Europe, where you need to win three games before you can start talking shit. This is not NA (North America), where winning one game causes everyone to come apart. Sorry. Actually, you need to win two games before you can speak shit, he continued.

Then, in jest, he announced that he would pay for Quinn’s airline ticket back to the United States of America on the worst conceivable carrier to wrap up the conversation. With six victories in a row, Team Liquid is presently leading the WEU DPC standings. With one game left, Team Liquid has also earned a direct invitation to the upcoming Lima Major in Peru as a result of their success

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