Team Liquid announced the signing of Caroline “Naguura” Forer and Gillian “Eiya” Long as content creators and women in World of Warcraft ambassadors on Friday. Both are well known streamers, raiders and personalities within the WoW community.
We're so excited to have you both become a part of the TL fam 💙🤍
Give them a warm welcome, they're both live on Naguura's channel now!
— Liquid Guild (@LiquidGuild) March 11, 2022
Elevating women in World of Warcraft
Naguura and Eiya will also become Team Liquid’s Ambassadors for Women in Warcraft. This is part of a Team Liquid initiative which elevates and empowers women in the World of Warcraft community. As the team expands their presence in MMOs, they aim to continue being champions of diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, justice and belonging.
Team Liquid also said their MMO General Manager, Azorea, is also helping women by offering mentorship and creating safer spaces. Azorea is leading the creation of an advisory council of women while identifying women-led raiding guilds to showcase their communities.
Team Liquid in Race to World First Sepulcher of the First Ones
As the World of Warcraft Shadowlands expansion draws to an end, Team Liquid raiders are participating in the Race to World First Sepulcher of the First Ones event.
Team Liquid’s livestream, which features 28 players and 11 casters, started on Tuesday. In addition to Naguura and Eiya being part of the main broadcast, the Liquid Ready Check and Liquid After Dark talk shows are also happening over on Twitch. Below is the full list of participants:
- Lulaboo – morning show
- Preheat – morning show
- Eiya – main broadcast
- Meeix – main broadcast
- Kalamazii – main broadcast
- Xyronic – main broadcast
- Crzypck – main broadcast
- Jet – main broadcast
- Naguura – main broadcast
- Veyloris – after dark
- Kams – after dark
While viewers are enjoying the World of Warcraft Race to World First event from their computers or phone screens, Team Liquid raiders are playing the game at Helix eSports, a gaming center located in Foxborough, MA.
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