|Name:||Hans Christian Dürr|
|Country of Birth:||Germany|
|Birthday:||November 5, 1982|
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Hans Christian "Liq" Dürr is living in Berlin, Germany. Before entering the League of Legends scene, Liq managed the World of Warcraft PvE guilds Ensidia and For the Horde. In 2010, he co-founded the PvE website Manaflask together with the two guilds.
In 2015, Liq entered the professional League of Legends scene by joining Natus Vincere to build a European League of Legends team. Following Riot Games' announcement to open a new League for the CIS region - the LCL, Liq started to manage a second League of Legends team for Na`Vi with Natus Vincere.CIS.
After disbanding their European LoL team, Liq left Na`Vi and was announced as League of Legends General Manager for Splyce in May 2016.
In May 2018, Liq was announced as Riot Games' Head of Esports for the DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) region.
- Started playing the Quake-series in 1996 and founded the Quake clan quad-at-home which existed for over at decade
|2017-09-10||4th||EU Regional Finals 2017||0 : 3 H2k||Splyce|
|2017-09-03||5 - 6th||EU LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs||2 : 3 G2||Splyce|
As General Manager
|2016-08-28||EU LCS 2016 Summer Playoffs||Splyce 1 : 3 G2 Esports|
|2016-08-01||EU LCS 2016 Season Summer Split||Splyce 9-6-3 Group Stage W/T/L|
|2016-03-28||LCL 2016 Season Spring Playoffs||Natus Vincere.CIS 0 : 2 Vega Squadron|
|2016-02-28||LCL 2016 Season Spring Split||Natus Vincere.CIS 9 : 5 Group Stage W/L|
- December 17th, "Selling LCS slots will hurt the esports ecosystem" with Natus Vincere
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