The “Apex Legends Global Series” will feature 12 live events, with the first one slated for 25 January 2020. Winners of the early round events advance to “Global Series Premier” matches, and winners of those go on to “Global Series Major” events, the company’s flagship championship events. The first of those will be held in March.
The last of those, the “Apex Legends Global Series Championship,” has the top 60 Global Series teams competing for a prize pool of $1 million.
“Competition is at the heart of Apex Legends,” said Vince Zampella, head of Respawn Entertainment. “We expect that esports will play a big role in the future of Apex Legends and it all starts here, with the Apex Legends Global Series. We look forward to seeing who, out of our millions of players, will become true legends of the arena.”
These are the Eligible Countries
To be eligible to participate in the Global Series, all competitors must meet PC requirements, be a legal resident of one of the countries listed below, and meet all other eligibility requirements noted in the Official Rules.