Apex Legends Global Series Year 3 schedule, Format and Registration- A full season is upon us in the Apex Legends Global Series and it promises to be just as full of surprises as last season. In 2022, they finally returned to LAN competition for Year 3. And far from the script of what many viewers expected, new regions and teams emerged to challenge the title of the best Apex team in the world which has a prize pool of five millions USD and many more things.
📢Legends, we know you’ve been waiting for this!
✨#ALGS Year 3 registration is OPEN!
🌏Pro League w/ 30 Teams per region
👉3 Live Events
💸$5,000,000 USD in prize money
— Apex Legends Esports (@PlayApexEsports) September 14, 2022
Apex Legends Global Series will feature three regional LAN tournaments during the year: Split 1 Playoffs next winter, Split 2 Playoffs in the spring, and finally the Year 3 Championships in the summer. In addition, the organizers added a regional final. The final day of the regular season split the top 20 teams against each other in the Match Point Series. The winner earns a spot in the playoffs.
The Challenger circuit will also get a treat. In Year 3, the winning team from each Challenger Split 1 automatically qualifies for the Split 2 Pro League Qualifier, and the winning team from each Split 2 automatically qualifies for the Last Chance Qualifier in the Apex Legends Global Series Championship.
Apex Legends Global Series Year 3 schedule, Format and Registration
Apex Legends Global Series Year 3 is starting from October 8, 2022, they will hold its pre-season qualifiers, which will determine the final eight teams that will qualify for the Pro League in all of its regions. Twenty-two teams have already been invited to the professional league in each region, but these leagues need eight more teams to complete the competition.
Pre-season qualifiers will be held over four consecutive weekends, with the winners each weekend qualifying for the Pro League. The top four teams that do not win the pre-season qualifiers based on cumulative points will earn the final four spots in the Pro League. A regional final will be held with the top 20 Pro League teams, with the winner of the regional final and the top nine teams from the Pro League standings qualifying for the Split One Playoffs, a LAN event scheduled for early 2023.
Registration for ALGS Year 3 is now open. One can register from this link https://events.ea.com/algs and can get ready for this mega event by EA.