After much speculation, it’s confirmed that all three Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) live events will take place in London, United Kingdom.
The ALGS Split 1 Playoff will also take place in the Copper Box Arena from February 2 to 5.
The Copper Box Arena, which was opened for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012, has hosted a number of esports competitions and events, including the current RLCS Spring Split Major. Since the ALGS was first hosted in Stockholm, Sweden in 2010, this will be just the second time that it has been held at a location outside of the United States.
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But when will the Split 2 Playoffs begin?
The ALGS Championship will start in the summer of 2023, and the Split 2 Playoff will run from June 8-11. You’ll be able to witness all your favorite Apex Legends teams in action at the Split 1 Playoffs, and tickets go on sale on December 22, 2022 at 4 PM GMT or 8 AM PT. If you wish to buy one, click here.
With a total prize fund of $1,000,000, the winning team will earn $300,000.50 plus 500 Playoff points toward the ALGS Championship. The ALGS Split 1 Playoff is the seventh LAN tournament by Apex Legends Global Series and will feature the top 40 teams in the globe battling for the championship.
ALGS 2023 Split 1 Playoffs Schedule
For those wondering what the schedule would look like, here it is:
Also, if you want to view the official event schedule in your timezone, you can head over to the ALGS 2023 official website.
Participating teams for ALGS 2023 Split 1 Playoffs
ALGS 2023 Group Stage Format
Reigning global champions and back-to-back LAN champions, DarkZero Esports, will be among the top 40 teams competing in the Split 1 Playoff. Here’s how the groups will look like:
|Group A||Group B||Group C||Group D|
|Aurora – EMEA||TSM – NA||Fnatic – APAC North||Chicken Sandwich – APAC South|
|XSET (formerly Team Liquid) – NA||NORTHEPTION – APAC North||Acend – EMEA||Team Singularity – SA|
|Moist Esports – APAC South||NorCal Esports – SA||The Guard – NA||Vexed Gaming – EMEA|
|ENTER FORCE.36 – APAC North||DEWA United Esports – APAC South||K1CK – SA||Crazy Raccoon – APAC North|
|GØDFIRE – SA||Fire Beavers – EMEA||Boogie Boarders – APAC South||Esports Arena – NA|
|LeaveNoWitness – SA||Alliance – EMEA||EXO Clan – APAC South||Luminosity Gaming – NA|
|PULVEREX – APAC North||Flora esports – APAC North||NRG – NA||Invictus Gaming – EMEA|
|100 Thieves – NA||HEC – NA||Pioneers – EMEA||fun123 – APAC North|
|VZN – EMEA||Spacestation Gaming – NA||ganbare otousan – APAC North||Element 6 – EMEA|
|GameWard – EMEA||FC Destroy – APAC North||GHS Professional – APAC North||DarkZero Esports – NA|
For updates of the Split 2 Playoffs, keep a bookmark here in The Lost Gamer. If you’re a true fan of FPS, we have also covered CSGO’s tournament schedules for 2023.
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