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EA Unveils Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Year 3 Schedule & Plans

Electronic Arts have officially unveiled Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Year 3, including tournaments, prize pool, and more.
EA Unveils Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Year 3 Schedule & Plans

After a successful second year of the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS), Electronic Arts (EA) unveiled its third year of esports tournaments. This time, professional players will get to play across regional tournaments, with some significant changes affecting the way Apex Legends pro teams progress toward the year’s championship. Here is everything to know about ALGS Year 3.

EA Announces Apex Legends Global Series Year 3 Roadmap

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EA has officially unveiled Apex Legends Global Series Year 3.

Like the tournament series before, ALGS Year 3 is no different regarding grand prize pools spread across its prestigious tournaments.  Professional players will be clashing it out across two tiers of competition: the ALGS Pro League and Challenger Circuits.

There will be three global LAN tournaments happening across the year too. In addition, this year’s ALGS will feature a hefty $5 million prize pool across its tournaments.

The first LAN tournament will be the Split 1 Playoffs in Winter 2023, while the following offline competition will be the Split 2 Playoffs in Spring of that same year. The final LAN event will be the Year 3 Championship in Summer 2023. More details will be made clearer as these events draw closer.

As for updates and implementations, ALGS Year 3 will feature Regional Finals. On the last day of each Regular Season Split, the Regional Finals will pit the top twenty teams against each other in a Match Point series, with the winner earning a guaranteed Playoff spot.

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Registrations for Preseason Qualifiers commencing in early October are now open.

Additionally, regarding the Challenger Circuit, the winning team from each tiered competition will automatically qualify for the Split 2 Pro League Qualifier or Last Chance Qualifier. Lastly, “The Pro League will feature thirty teams per region; twenty-two invited squads and eight from the Preseason Qualifiers.

ALGS Year 3 has already kicked off, and professional players seeking to compete this year can register their teams and attempt to qualify during the Preseason Qualifiers in early October. For more information on the nitty-gritty content, visit EA’s official website for ALGS Year 3.

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