Apex Legends global series online tournament will not be continued as planned. On Friday, Respawn entertainment announced the suspension of Apex LEGENDS global series live event due to global coronavirus situation.
Apex legends global series(ALGS)online tournaments have no prize pool. Players will be competing only for ALGS points not to qualify for GLL Paris Premier Event. The ALGS Points are used to determine open slots in Major tournaments.
The PGL Bucharest premier event is set to held on May 30-31. There are Ten online Tournaments, four major championships, and 8 premier events with prize pool USD 1,000,000.
How to enter in the tournament?
The Global Series is open to participants from 60 countries, and players must meet the minimum age of requirement to have an EA Account in their territory of residence.
For the most part, that’s 16 years old, but competitors from Japan will need to be at least 17 years old, while competitors from Russia or South Korea will need to be at least 18 years old.
The Apex Legends Global Series is also open to PC players only – meaning your computer will obviously be needed to be able to run it.
Registration opens for the third Apex Legends Global Series Online Tournament (taking place April 4 & 6) at 10:00 AM PDT on March 24, and registration will close at 12 noon PDT on April 2, 2020.
It’s the first step on your Apex Legends journey, and is open to participants from the following regions:
- North America (NA)
- Europe (EU)
- South America (SA)
- South Korea (KR)
- Japan (JP)
- Greater Southeast Asia (GSEA)
- Australia & New Zealand (ANZ)
- Middle East & Africa (MEA)
The fans do not want to see events get cancelled, but protecting the safety and well being of players, event organizers, and the audience is essential. Since the impact of covid-19 is increasing day by day we could see more announcement related to tournaments cancellation.