Apex Legends Global Series Championship 2022 – Preview

Last Updated on July 5, 2022 1:52 pm by Erwin Noguera

Apex Legends Global Series Championship

Building on the inaugural Apex Legends Global Series season last year, Year 2 of the ALGS, created an ecosystem comprised of separate levels of competition for both professional and amateur Apex Legends players with the introduction of the ALGS Pro League and Challenger Circuit in North America, EMEA, APAC South, APAC North, and South America.

Things went past PC players too, as EA enabled Xbox and PlayStation players to participate, bringing a large majority of our players and fans under the same competitive umbrella. 

Year 2 of the ALGS will award a $5,000,000 USD total prize pool.

2022 Apex Legends Global Series Championship – Event Preview, Schedule & Info

When: Thursday, July 7th to Sunday, July 10th

Where Can I Watch? Official Apex Twitch and Youtube

Where Can Stream? https://www.twitch.tv/playapex

Format:

The Championship will be split into three stages – Group Stage, Bracket Stage, and Finals.

Group Stage – July 7th

40 teams will be split into four even groups of ten teams each. 

Each group will play each other in a six-game series for a total of 18 games for every team in the Group Stage. 

After this stage, all 40 teams will be sent to the Bracket Stage as follows:

  • Twenty teams with the highest Group Stage Score start in the winner’s bracket.
  • Twenty teams with the lowest Group Stage Score start in the losers bracket in round 1.

Bracket Stage – July 8th~9th

There will be two 8-game series in the winners’ bracket and two 8-game series in the losers’ bracket. 

The teams will advance to the Finals as follows:

Winners’ bracket round 1: The top ten teams will advance to the Finals. The remaining teams from this round will fall to the losers bracket in round 1.

Losers’ bracket round 1: The top ten teams will advance to the losers’ bracket round 2. The remaining teams from this round are eliminated from the championship.

  • Losers’ bracket round 2: The top ten teams will advance to the Finals. The remaining teams from this round are eliminated from the championship.

Finals – July 10th

In the Finals for the 2022 championship, the twenty remaining teams will compete using the Match Point format. 

The ten teams advancing from the winners’ bracket will be seeded by their placement and will start the Finals with Advance Starting Points.

Placement Rules

  • There is no match limit in the Finals
  • Once a Team reaches the minimum total points of 50 in the Finals, The next match becomes “Match Point Eligible” for that team.
  • The first team to win a match after they are “Match Point Eligible” is declared the winner.

Seeding

The top ten (10) Teams from Winners Bracket will start the Finals with points as follows:

  • 1st seed – 10 points
  • 2nd seed – 9 points
  • 3rd seed – 8 points
  • 4th seed – 7 points
  • 5th seed – 6 points
  • 6th seed – 5 points
  • 7th seed – 4 points
  • 8th seed – 3 points
  • 9th seed – 2 points
  • 10th seed – 1 point

Competitors:

The 40 Teams that will play include:

  1. Reignite
  2. Pulverex
  3. Team Liquid
  4. Optic Gaming
  5. TSM
  6. NRG
  7. Luminosity Gaming
  8. esports team αD
  9. AYM Esports
  10. Cloud9
  11. Fnatic
  12. Alliance
  13. Team Burger
  14. GØDFIRE
  15. GMT Esports
  16. 100 Thieves
  17. Acend
  18. Team Singularity
  19. Dreamfire
  20. Sutoraiku
  21. DetonatioN Gaming
  22. FA Kitties
  23. ODDIK
  24. FENNEL
  25. Spacestation Gaming
  26. Element 6
  27. REJECT
  28. Invictus Gaming Int.
  29. FOR7
  30. Infinity
  31. FURIA Esports
  32. Elev8 Entertainment
  33. Fênix Team
  34. 1iQ
  35. SCARZ
  36. ZETA DIVISION
  37. Crazy Raccoon
  38. ORTHROS FANG
  39. BURIRAM United
  40. EXO Clan

Humberto Argaez

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