Since the debut, Blackout has been an electrifying exciting game to watch and a legendary esports organization is looking to make big waves when it comes to competition and expand the entire game's pro scene.
Call of Duty added its own iteration of a battle royale with Blackout in Treyarch's Black Ops 4. The game was met with immediate recognition from critics and fans, making itself the next biggest title in Battle Royale Esports.
Team Liquid announced on December 12 that it will add its own list of the Blackout esports scene. In addition, the organization said it would set up two new leagues to help promote and grow talent and tournaments for Blackout.
Team Liquid has signed four North American talents in Tanner Rogue & # 39; Trebb, Thomas & # 39; Flankxr & # 39; Cook, Gage & # 39; Caliburn & # 39; Meyer, and Brenden & Casper & # 39; Marino who will make up his Blackout team.
In his announcement, Team Liquid called the arms of all, hoping Blackout talent to participate in the new leagues that the organization hopes will provide a avenue to develop the game in a major esport.
"[As] An organization that relying on a story of competitive excellence, we want to provide opportunities for everyone to compete and develop their skills in Blackout," said the announcement. "We are building a scene and we need your help. .. Whether you are an experienced professional or ambitious amateur, we invite you to participate and tweak your skills in our events! "
The Liquid Prestige League will be a series of weekly tournaments opened to the public for all skills.  Liquid Master Prestige Invitational will probably be an organized format that includes higher echelon of competitors and will look to organize as soon as custom lobbies are included in Blackout. 19659004] Following the announcement no information was given when the leagues should take place.