The Apex Legends Summer Circuit is part of the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS).

The Summer Series format is quite popular among gamers, and this year the competition is bound to deliver. There have been lots of events held to date, and there are many more to come.

Apex Legends Summer Series

This summer, the ALGS will host several events to see who qualifies for the playoffs in September. Apex Legends betting is growing increasingly popular as the professional events gain more traction. Most of the top online esports betting sites feature markets on the Apex Legends Summer Series.


Apex Legends Summer Series Dates

Super Regional 1
June 20-21
EMEA 17:45 BST
Americas 15:45 PDT

Super Regional 2
July 11-12
EMEA 17:45 BST
Americas 15:45 PDT
Super Regional 3
July 25-26
EMEA 17:45 BST
Americas 15:45 PDT
Super Regional 4
August 8-9
EMEA 17:45 BST
Americas 16:45 PDT
Last Chance Qualifiers
August 17
EMEA 17:45 BST
Americas 16:45 PDT
Playoffs Day 1
September 12
APAC North 18:00 JST (2:00 AM PDT)
Americas 12:00 PM PDT
Playoffs Day 2
September 13
APAC South 14:00 AEST (21:00 PDT Sept. 12)
EMEA 14:00 BST (6:00 AM PDT)

Summer Series Prize Money

The Apex Legends Summer Circuit is a four-month competition that pits top teams from different regions around the world against each other for spots in the September playoffs. The prize money for the event is $500,000. That’s the whole pot, though, so settle down there.=

First-place winners from the Americas and EMEA will win $36,000, and the ones from APAC North and South will get $15,000 apiece.

Each qualification event also has its own prize, with $28,000 being the most common pooled amount.

Every region has specific prize amounts for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the Super Regionals.

In the Americas, 1st place wins $6,000 2nd $3,000, and 3rd $1,500.

EMEA 1st place winners also get $6,000, 2nd $3,000, and 3rd $1,500.

For APAC North and South 1st place winners get $2,000, 2nd $1,000, and 3rd $500.

The Summer Series prize money is just one added bonus of competing in and winning this seasonal competition.

Players receive Global Series Points as well and recognition for their wins. Those who don’t advance are also awarded these.


Summer Series Format

This Apex Legends competition runs from June-September and has a three-month qualification process.

Players who advance to the September playoffs will have a shot to win the prize and Global Series Points.

EA Games and Respawn are hosting this event. You can watch the live stream on Twitch and YouTube.

The Super Regional Groupings are as follows:

  • APAC North = Japan, Korea
  • APAC South = Greater Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand
  • EMEA = Europe, Middle East & Africa
  • Americas = North America, South America

There are five qualification events before the playoffs in September. Each qualification event includes the chance to win a prize, Global Series Points, and a spot in the final.

The first tournament was held on June 21 and included a prize of $28,000. Week 2 happened on July 11 and 12th, and the winnings were also $28,000. Weeks 3 and 4 were held on July 25-26 and August 8-9, respectively, with a further $28,000 awarded for both events.

The last event for the Summer Circuit does not include a cash prize but awards the winners a spot in the September Playoffs.

The Summer Circuit Playoffs are scheduled for September 12-13 and have a prize of $388,000. Winners will also get Global Series Points.

There are currently 20 Apex Legends teams for each region that qualified for the September Playoffs.

  • Americas

  • 1 Team Solo Mid
  • 2 Complexity
  • 3 Smile
  • 4 NRG
  • 5 Sentinels
  • 6 Sola Fide
  • 7 Aim Assist
  • 8 Team Liquid
  • 9 Flying Drone
  • 10 GODSENT
  • 11 Counter Logic Gaming
  • 12 Team Superior
  • 13 Millions Gaming
  • 14 Rogue
  • 15 HRN
  • 16 Yeet Squad
  • 17 Brazucas Team
  • 18 CPTL eSports
  • 19 303 Esports NA
  • 20 Da SQUAAAD
  • EMEA

  • 1 Gambit Esports
  • 2 OUTSIDERS
  • 3 THIRD IMPACT BLACK
  • 4 GnaskeStrafeDel
  • 5 North
  • 6 Alliance
  • 7 Flavor of the Month
  • 8 Luminosity Gaming
  • 9 Lazarus
  • 10 LavaCityBoysz
  • 11 MajorPushers
  • 12 Ad Hoc Gaming
  • 13 SJP2
  • 14 Gamers Origin
  • 15 Varazze
  • 16 Nessy
  • 17 1907 Fenerbahçe Esports
  • 18 POWER
  • 19 Les Cités de France
  • 20 Exorcism
  • APAC North

  • 1 Crazy Raccoon
  • 2 OP.GG Sports
  • 3 DeToNaTOR
  • 4 HybridEclipse Arise
  • 5 SunSister God
  • 6 Black Bird Ventus
  • 7 GTS Temporary
  • 8 Jupiter Xena
  • 9 Jupter Vega
  • 10 TI KR
  • 11 NoraRengo
  • 12 Luster 7
  • 13 Crest Gaming
  • 14 SCARZ Black
  • 15 ASLAN CreateRED
  • 16 SCARZ White
  • 17 REJECT
  • 18 CrazyCatsCosmoIXIA
  • 19 ZERO DORAGon
  • 20 WayMyriad
  • APAC South

  • 1 MiTH.APEX
  • 2 DreamFire
  • 3 LYNXTH
  • 4 WOLFPACK ARCTIC
  • 5 EXO
  • 6 JESTER
  • 7 MiTH.APEX TEAM 2
  • 8 WOLFPACK ALPHA
  • 9 MORPH TEAM
  • 10 HEKTIIK
  • 11 RedSea Perangai Gaming
  • 12 WTFRangers
  • 13 Athaim
  • 14 Thonburi Esport
  • 15 Xavier Esports
  • 16 Invictus Gaming
  • 17 Griefing Apes
  • 18 Armory Gaming
  • 19 1NL
  • 20 AF Hexa

Summer Series History

The Apex Legends Summer Series is a massive event. There are hundreds of teams from all around the world that compete for a spot in the Playoffs.

This year only a handful will win the top prizes and advance to the finals to make ALGS Summer Series history. Most of the top esports sportsbooks feature betting on the Apex Legends Summer Series for 2020 and beyond, with this game growing increasingly popular as a wagering medium.

Apex Legends is among a wave of new competitive video games that have betting on them, with others including PUBG and VALORANT, which are two of the most popular esports games in 2020.