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Apex Legends

All Invited ALGS Pro League Teams Revealed by Respawn

Zakaria Almughrabi

Respawn has officially announced the full list of teams who have been invited to compete in the Apex Legends Global Series’ 2021-2022. The massive 200 team league will be comprised of 100 invited squads and 100 who will earn their spots via the Preseason Qualifiers from September to October. Each of the five regions will have a total of 40 teams participating in their ALGS Regular Season Splits with the top 10 from NA, EMEA, and APAC North and the top 5 from SA and APAC South qualifying for the ALGS playoffs.

ALGS Pro League

ALGS Pro League is set to begin in September. With 100 of the 200 teams already confirmed, both players and fans alike are eagerly anticipating the start of the season. (Image Credit Respawn)

All of the invited teams were chosen either due to their results in the first ALGS season, their reputation as a squad throughout competitive Apex, or a combination of the two. The full list of 100 teams can be found here. Every region’s inaugural season Champions are listed first in the tables.

Notable North American ALGS teams include Cloud9 and TSM who are coming off of second and third place finishes in Season 1. Other top-tier competitors from the region include NRG, G2 Esports, Team Liquid, and defending champions Team Kungarna. In Europe, all eyes will be on SCARZ Europe who will be looking to defend their title as well. There are plenty of top-tier teams contesting them such as Gambit Esports, Alliance, Natus Vincere, and runners-up ZETA Division, formerly known as Fire Beavers.

APAC North will also be an incredibly competitive region. COUQUE DASSE who won Season 1 under Fennel Korea will need to stave off the incredibly talent rosters of Crazy Racoon, Fennel, and LFTpko, formerly under T1. As for APAC South, WOLFPACK Arctic, Tom Yum Kung, Dire Wolves, and Reignite are some of the candidates to come out swinging for the limited five playoff spots. Lastly, South America will also be a tight race for their five playoff seeds. The defending champions Team Singularity, formerly of Paradox Esports will have to work hard against All4 Esports, Dynamics, and Horus.

The first ALGS 2021-2022 qualifier begins on September 11 with the regular season kicking off on October 16th. The stakes could not be higher as the biggest Apex Legends competition ever approaches rapidly.