Update on Upcoming Apex Legends Global Series Events: Coronavirus

Jul 14, 2022

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Important Information Regarding Upcoming Apex Legends Competitive Gaming Events

The first Major in the Apex Legends Global Series, which was slated to take place next weekend, March 13–15, in Arlington, Texas, has been postponed due to the present situation with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its influence not just on the game industry but on the entire world. While we don’t currently have a new date to offer, we’ll do our best to keep you informed about this Major and how it will affect the entire Global Series as soon as we can.

Please be aware that the scheduled dates of March 21 – 23 will be used for the second Apex Legends Global Series Online Tournament.

This choice was not an easy one, but given the size and scope of the competition, we feel that it is best for everyone’s health to make this move, including participants, spectators, and staff. We’ll keep assessing and sharing further updates regarding all Apex Legends Global Series events as we continue to monitor the situation around the coronavirus and receive advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).

The FAQ and additional details may be found at www.ea.com/news/competitive-gaming-update.

Coronavirus causes Apex Legends event to be postponed

Coronavirus causes Apex Legends event to be postponed

The Apex Legends Global Series’ Major 1 and the EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series competitions have been delayed as a result of the worldwide coronavirus epidemic, according to a Friday announcement from game developer Electronic Arts.

“Our community’s health is our number 1 priority,” EA stated in a tweet announcing the scheduling modifications.

The Apex Legends Major 1, which was supposed to take place from March 13–15 in Arlington, Texas, will now take place at an unspecified future time. The Apex Legends Online Tournament 2 will, however, take place as planned from March 21–23.

No make-up date has been determined for the CONMEBOL eLibertadores Online & Live Event that was scheduled for this coming Saturday and Sunday. The eChampions League online qualifiers will take place as scheduled on March 14 and 15, but EA said further information on the live event will be released later.

Both the FUT Champions Cup Stage V and the FIFA PlayStation Licensed Qualifying Event, both slated for April 3–5, in Bucharest, Romania, were postponed.

The Apex Legends Major 1 will begin with 80 teams whenever it is played. The teams’ placement in the winners bracket and losers bracket will be decided during the open stage. The grand finals will eventually feature 20 teams.

Of the $500,000 total prize pool, the winner will receive $105,000, while the runner-up will receive $75,000 for their efforts. The Apex Legends Major 2 will seed the top four teams.

The following teams have already qualified for the Major 1: North American qualifiers Team SoloMid, Sniper Abusers, Rogue, Team Squidward, and RCO Esports White; European qualifiers Kebabrulla, BDS Esport, OUTSIDER, Natus Vincere, and Virtus.pro; South American qualifiers CPTL eSports and INTZ; Korean qualifiers Aura Esports and _4K; Japanese qualifiers SCARZ White and Nora-Rengo; Greater Southeast Asian qualifier MiTH Team 1; Oceanic qualifier EXO Clan; and Middle East and African qualifier Istanbul Wild Cats.

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