Esports platform Liquipedia launches mobile app

11 October 2022


Screenshot via Liquidpedia

Team Liquid-owned esports platform Liquipedia has officially launched a smartphone app, available for both Android and iOS devices.

The application, which is free to download, includes live score feeds for a number of esports games as well as information about tournaments, teams and players.

Liquipedia is one of most popular esports-focused platforms in the world. The platform, started by esports organisation Team Liquid in 2006, aggregates data from almost all esports titles in one place, allowing viewers to access information about teams, players and events.

Liquipedia started as a side project for Team Liquid, but has since grown into a standalone entity with its own partners and sponsors. Notably, Liquipedia has partnered with cloud services provider OVHcloud for servers, and, a betting site which is integrated into Liquipedia to provide odds and scores.

The smartphone app itself is a combination of features Liquipedia has been offering for years. Users can choose which esports titles they are interested in, and will in turn receive updates on notable tournaments and ongoing games. There is a search function to find specific events or teams, and the main screen shows match results.

The app currently supports CS:GO, VALORANT, Rocket League, League of Legends, Dota 2 and Rainbow Six. Users can also follow specific players and events and receive curated information about them.

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The mobile version of Liquipedia has been requested a lot. Interestingly, while Liquipedia has continued being a browser-only platform, there have been numerous competitors offering a similar experience on mobile. Platforms like Juked or Strafe aimed to provide results and other functions, but none of them managed to attract the number of visitors Liquipedia has.

The app is still in development and will see new functionalities added, and Team Liquid announced that all feedback is welcome through the official Liquipedia Discord.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.