The Apex Legends™ Global Series Year 3

2023-01-01 06:38  คลิก:    

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The Apex Legends™ Global Series Year 3

Announcing Year 3 of the ALGS with Pro League and Challenger Circuit competition, three in-person events, and a $5,000,000 USD prize pool.

The Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Year 2 was the biggest so far for the pinnacle of Apex Legends esports. With an epic year that featured thousands of players representing 79 countries and territories around the world that culminated in nearly 11 million hours watched during the Year 2 Championship alone, its clear theres a lot of love for the ALGS!

Capping off another exciting year, the ALGS Championship in Raleigh, NC, was the largest to date, where 40 of the best Apex Legends teams in the world competed in front of thousands of fans along with millions of viewers watching from home. None of this would be possible without the players and fans alike, so thank you for supporting Apex Legends esports!

Building on Year 2s momentum, were thrilled to announce the launch of ALGS Year 3.Lets start with the headlines:

30 Teams in each regions Pro League

Regional Finals to cap each of the two Regular Season Splits

ALGS Year 3 registration is now open

Heres a look at the upcoming schedule for all preseason competition, Split 1, and whats in store for Split 2 and the Year 3 Championship next year.

Coming off of Year 2, the team has made some exciting updates to make this the best year yet for the ALGS.

Were excited to announce the introduction of an exciting Regional Finals as the last day of each Regular Season Split.

After each team completes their 36 Regular Season Matches, the top 20 teams will advance to the Regional Finals. The Regional Finals will consist of a Match Point series, with the winner earning a guaranteed Playoff spot.

Following up on the introduction of our Pro League in Year 2, in Year 3, were reducing the size of each regions Pro League to thirty teams to ensure the absolute highest level of competition in this division.

Detailed further below are the 22 teams in each region that have accepted invitations to participate in the Pro League.The remaining 8 Pro League spots in each region will be filled by the top performing teams in the upcoming Preseason Qualifiers.

Year 3 of the ALGS will award a$5,000,000 USDtotal prize pool, and include 3 LAN events.

The minimum rank required to participate in the ALGS is nowSilver IV (4). Players can achieve this rank by participating in the Apex Legends Ranked Leagues mode. This now increases the opportunity for more competitors around the world to compete in Apex Legends esports.

Additionally, players in the Pro League will be required to compete on PC through Steam in Year 3.

Another enhancement to Year 3 is that the winning team from each Challenger Circuit competition will automatically qualify for the Split 2 Pro League Qualifier or the Last Chance Qualifier, depending on the Split.

In Year 3, weve also consolidated the ALGS Championships Last Chance Qualifiers into one double-elimination tournament featuring top Challenger Circuit teams and all non-qualified Pro League squads. The top finishing teams will advance to the Championship. This time around, well also play the LCQ Finals using our Match Point format.

Read on below for full competition details and to see how you canregisterforYear 3 of the Apex Legends Global Series!

Year 3 of the ALGS will kick off with four online Preseason Qualifier tournaments. These competitions will determine the eight teams from each region that will qualify to begin Split 1 in the Pro League. These eight teams will join the already invited 22 squads to round out the field of 30 per region.

Registration for the Preseason Qualifiers is open now atplayapex.com/algs

The four online Preseason Qualifier tournaments will take place on

October 8-10, October 15-17, October 22-24, and October 29-31, 2022

The winning team from each regional Preseason Qualifier will automatically qualify for Split 1 of the Pro League

Following all four Preseason Qualifier tournaments, the top four teams in each region by cumulative points earned throughout the qualifiers will also qualify for Split 1 of the Pro League

All other participating teams will begin Split 1 in the Challenger Circuit

Split 1 of the Pro League will kick off on Sunday

All five regions of the Pro League will be comprised of 30 teams:

8 teams from the Preseason Qualifiers

On the line for teams during each Split of the Regular Season is playoff qualification and a

The 30 teams in each region will be seeded into three groups of 10 teams each, using performance across ALGS Year 2 and the Year 3 Preseason Qualifiers.

Each Split of the Pro League will consist of an online Regular Season in which teams will begin by competing in a triple round-robin format (each group plays each other group 3 times).

Across this triple round-robin, each team will play 36 matches in six series of six matches each.

The top 20 teams by Regular Season Standings will then compete in an online Regional Finals utilizing the Match Point format.

In NA, EMEA, and APAC N, 10 teams will qualify for the Split 1 Playoffs, including the winner of the Regional Finals and the top nine teams ranked by Regular Season points.

In SA and APAC S, Five teams will qualify for the Split 1 Playoffs, including the winner of the Regional Finals and the top four teams ranked by Regular Season points.

For the Split 2 Playoffs, regional slot distribution will be determined by Split 1 Playoffs performance. The better a regions teams perform in the Split 1 Playoffs, the more spots that region will gain for the Split 2 Playoffs.

At the end of the Split 1 Pro League Regular Season, the bottom eight teams in each region will be relegated to the Split 2 Pro League Qualifier, where they will battle against top-performing Challenger Circuit teams for a spot in the Split 2 Pro League.

Following the Split 2 Playoffs, any Pro League teams that have not qualified for the Championship will participate in the Last Chance Qualifier.

and feature 40 of the best Apex Legends teams from the five ALGS regions (NA, EMEA, APAC N, APAC S, and SA).

The location and dates for each Splits Playoffs will be announced in the future.

The Playoffs will utilize a Group Stage to Double-Elimination bracket format:

In the Group Stage, teams will be seeded into 4 groups of 10 teams each based on their Regular Season performance, and each group will play a single 6-match series against every other group (18 matches total per team).

Following the Group Stage, teams will be assigned a starting position in the double-elimination Bracket Stage based on their Group Stage performance, and each round in the Bracket Stage will consist of a 6-match series.

The top 20 Group Stage teams will begin in the Winners Bracket

The bottom 20 Group Stage teams will begin in the Losers Bracket

Following the Bracket Stage, 20 teams will compete in the Match Point Finals.

The top 10 teams from the Winners Bracket series

The top 10 teams from Losers Bracket Round 2

The ALGS Split 2 Pro League Qualifier will take place inJanuary 2023, prior to the Split 1 Playoffs. This online tournament pits the bottom 8 teams from each regions Pro League Split 1 Regular Season against top teams in each regions Split 1 Challenger Circuit to determine who will advance to the Pro League in Split 2.

The ALGS Challenger Circuit will run parallel to each Split of the Pro League Regular Season, providing amateur teams with an opportunity to compete in open-registration tournaments for the chance to qualify into the Split 2 Pro League Qualifier in Split 1 or the Last Chance Qualifier in Split 2.

Split 1 of the Challenger Circuit will begin on

Each Challenger Circuit split will feature 4 open registration weekend tournaments in the following regions:

Following the 4 Challenger Circuit tournaments in Split 1, each tournament winner, as well as the next 18 teams by ALGS points earned throughout the Split in each region will qualify for the Split 2 Pro League Qualifier.

Following the 4 Challenger Circuit tournaments in Split 2, at least the top 10 teams by ALGS points earned throughout the Split in each region will qualify for the Last Chance Qualifier. The exact number of qualifying Challenger Circuit teams participating in the LCQ will depend on the number of Championship qualified teams from each region and will be confirmed after the Split 2 Playoffs conclude.

The ALGS Last Chance Qualifier will take place inJune 2023, after the Split 2 Playoffs. This online tournament pits all Pro League teams who havent qualified for the Championship against top squads in each regions Split 2 Challenger Circuit to determine who will take the last spots in the Championship.

The ALGS Championship will take place in

and will feature the 40 best Apex Legends teams in the world, competing in person for

and the title of ALGS Year 3 Champions.

The location and dates for the Championship will be announced in the future.

The Championship will utilize a Group Stage to Double-Elimination bracket format:

In the Group Stage, teams will be seeded into 4 groups of 10 teams each based on their Playoff Points or LCQ performance, and each group will play a single 6-match series against every other group (18 matches total per team).

Following the Group Stage, teams will be assigned a starting position in the double-elimination Bracket Stage based on their Group Stage performance, and each round in the Bracket Stage will consist of an 8-match series.

The top 20 Group Stage teams will begin in the Winners Bracket

The bottom 20 Group Stage teams will begin in the Losers Bracket

Following the Bracket Stage, 20 teams will compete in the Match Point Finals to determine the ALGS Year 3 Champions.

The top 10 teams from the Winners Bracket series

The top 10 teams from Losers Bracket Round 2

Well have more exciting ALGS Year 3 news in the near future. In the meantime, please stay tuned toplayapex.com/algs, and as always, let us know what you think using the ALGS hashtag on Twitter.

Enjoy the rest of the off-season, and we cant wait to see you again soon for Year 3 of the Apex Legends Global Series!

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