Apex Legends unveils Autumn Circuit

Respawn Entertainment
The Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) will kick-off its on October 3rd with a $500,000 prize pool.

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From Respawn Entertainment:
Apex Legends Autumn Circuit

This next phase of the ALGS will follow a strong Summer Circuit series of tournaments which saw more than 2,000 of the best Apex squads from around the world compete for a spot in the Playoffs. On September 12 and 13, fan-favorite teams including Team SoloMid, Gambit Esports, Complexity Gaming and more will duke it out in the innovative Match Point playoff format on Kings Canyon and World’s Edge for a chance to be crowned ALGS Summer Circuit Champion.

The ALGS Autumn Circuit will continue to bring the Apex Legends competitive community together when it kicks off on October 3, and culminates with the Playoffs on December 19-20. Leveraging cloud-based broadcast production technology, EA will broadcast each circuit tournament’s final day, showcasing the best-of-the-best of that weekend on Twitch and dedicated official AGLS YouTube channel.

A full list of dates for the Apex Legends Global Series Autumn Circuit below:
• Autumn Circuit #1 = October 3-5
• Autumn Circuit #2 = October 17-19
• Autumn Circuit #3 = October 31 - November 2
• Autumn Circuit #4 = November 7-9
• Autumn Circuit LCQ = December 5-7
• Autumn Circuit Playoffs = December 19-20

Throughout the 2020 Apex Legends Global Series virtual tournaments, fans have tuned-in to catch the high-level play from established pros and newcomers alike, as new faces like North and AimAssist make their way onto the leaderboards. Following the recent launch of Apex Legends Season 6 - Boosted which introduced the new defensive Legend, Rampart, these competitions will continue to showcase the latest meta and Legend strategies to players around the world.

For more information on the ALGS Autumn Circuit, please check out this this blog.

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