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Trenton “Lou” Clements has announced he is stepping down from Complexity Gaming’s Apex Legends roster in order to pursue a streaming career on Twitch.
One of the most successful and well-known North American esports organisations, Team SoloMid, have announced the TSM Invitational: Apex Legends tournament, which is set to begin on Sunday, May 17.
Team Liquid have run into an unfortunate problem while playing at the North American Apex Legends Global Series Major qualifiers, where they lost a crucial match due to two of their players crashing out of the game.
North, one of the biggest Danish esports organizations, decided to start 2020 fresh with a complete rebranding that included a new logo and a wipe of all of their old content from social media.
As a part of a rebrand which introduced a new logo and new team colours, Golden Guardians have announced they will extend their portfolio of esports teams and branch out into Apex Legends, Teamfight Tactics and World of Warcraft.
Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have announced the Apex Legends Global Series – an international multi-tournament esports event with US $3 million in the prize pool.
A Reddit user named hagennn recently unveiled a mysterious bug in Apex Legends which gave his friend 7,000 Apex Coins out of the blue. It was later proven he was not the only player to discover the fault.
Season three of Apex Legends is slowly winding down and players are trying their best to figure out the release date and new features for the upcoming campaign.
Apex Legends, the popular free-to-play FPS battle royale game title, is set to become EA Games’ core franchise after breaking the milestone of 70 million players on Tuesday, October 29.