If you are into watching tournaments of the game that you play, then you might as well try to make sure that you watch both the small Leagues and the big tournaments. However, if you want to know what the biggest Apex Legends tournaments are that you should follow, you have come to the right place! In this blog, we will be going over some of the best Apex Legends tournaments that have occurred in 2022 to date, and which you must follow in the near future. The Championships and big tournaments are usually the ones that are quite popular in the Apex Legends community.
A list of the top recent Apex Legends tournaments
Without wasting much time, let us get into some of the best Apex Legends tournaments that you have to catch up on, or at least get the updates to mix well in the community:
ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Pro League - North America
The Apex Legends Global Series 2022 is going to be a massive series, and players all over the world are just getting ready for the tournament. As before any major Championship or Series, there are tons of Leagues and Splits in various regions to find out which team can be sent for the big match. That is what is happening all over the world right now. The ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Pro League-North America, as the name suggests, was a Split league for the North American region. This was quite a popular match because everyone in the North American region wanted to know which teams would be qualified for the Play-Offs.
They had an average number of viewers of 42 574 and had the maximum number of viewers during the finals, which was 89 772. The team that won was Esports Arena and was closely followed by 100 Thieves and NRG. The winning team won a cash prize of $30,000.
ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Pro League-EMEA
Once again, the Spilt was extremely popular, even in the European, Middle East, and African regions. They were also quite tense about which team would be making up for the Play-Offs. Unfortunately, a lot of teams had to be withheld from participating due to the intense war between Russia and Ukraine. Players from both countries were exempted from participating in the event. However, there was a rumor later on that Russian teams could be taken into the event if the players were going to play for other countries. Anyway, there were some 40 teams that had taken part in the Split, and it went on for quite some time!
The ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Pro League-EMEA had an average viewership of 60,568 and had the highest number of viewers in the finale: 95 587. The winner of the Split 2 Pro League was Team Empire, who had qualified for the Play-Offs and also won a cash prize of $30,000. Players, K1CK, and GMT Esports finished second and third, respectively.
Twitch Rivals-NA Showdown 3
This is one of the most popular Apex Legends tournaments that fans all across the world love to watch. The Twitch Rivals are mostly between most of the popular Apex Legends Twitch streamers and gamers, who come together and form teams. This is quite a fun and intense tournament to watch. Though the main Twitch Rivals have not yet started, they are all going through the Showdown, where they will find some of the best teams across all the regions, and then these teams will be going to the Final Showdown. The North American region, of course, had received a lot of attention, and everyone was waiting to see which of the teams would make it.
There were an average of 89 243 viewers per episode, with a peak of 111 498 on the finale. This was quite a high number, yet there is nothing much to be surprised about. We are quite sure that these will be the average viewers when the Twitch Rivals Final Showdown is broadcast live. The team that won the NA Showdown 3 was Team Tfue, who also won a cash prize of $15,000. Team Snip3down and Team HisandHers finished second and third, respectively.
Nickmercs' Gauntlet # 2
For those who are familiar with the popular streamer Nickmercs, he often tries to host various tournaments with extremely lucrative prize pools. His tournaments got popular with COD: Warzone. However, he recently even tried to organize an Apex Legends tournament. Back in 2021, Nickmercs organized the very first Apex Legends Gauntlet, and it became a huge success. As a result, he considered it again this year and donned Nickmercs Gauntlet # 2! Fans were beyond happy to get the news and had been more than excited to see which teams and gamers were going to participate in the tournament. These tournaments are open to the general public, and they usually avoid bringing in extremely popular esports organizations in order to keep things fair.
This year’s Nickmercs Gauntlet # 2 has also been quite popular and collected an average viewership of 133,920. However, it also recorded the maximum number of viewers, 166,316. The team that finally won the Gauntlet was Team Sweetdreams, which had won a cash prize of $9,600. The runner-ups were Team Tfue and Team iiTzTimmy. This is just a fun small tournament that the streamer hosts, and if you want to find out how people play in such tournaments at the beginning level, this would be a good tournament for you to follow.
These were some of the best Apex Legends tournaments that you should most definitely check out to get a good understanding of how professionals play. However, as the year has not yet ended, we do not know how many more amazing tournaments are going to come up. Hence, make sure to stay tuned to find out more about the best Apex Legends tournaments.
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