Team Liquid is working with Dell Technologies to open an esports facility in Utrecht, the Dutch city that the organisaton was founded in 20 years ago.
The Alienware Training Facility, the same name as a similar facility in Los Angeles, is state of the art with all the features one would expect from a leading esports organisation’s facility.
Scrim rooms, health and nutrition resources, viewing rooms and plenty of offices are just a few of the things included in the new facility. Alienware and Team Liquid’s partnership is one of the oldest in esports. With a facility in Los Angeles and now one in Utrecht, the partnership now has two tentpoles of a longstanding relationship.
Mike Milanov, COO of Team Liquid, told Esports Insider: “At the Utrecht facility alone, Alienware has equipped more than 60 workstations with their cutting edge technology for our players and staff. Additionally, Team Liquid uses a full range of Dell hardware from high powered rendering PCs to large scale displays, extremely color-accurate monitors, touch screen tablets, projectors, TVs and peripherals for our Creative Teams.”
“Alienware has been a valuable Team Liquid partner for more than nine years, and because of our longstanding global