Apex Legends Global Series Championship

DarkZero wins the Apex Legends Global Series Championship Year 2

DarkZero has won the Apex Legends Global Series Championship Year 2 in Raleigh, North Carolina concluded the 10th of July. The prize pool of the championship was $2 million, and DarkZero has won the lion’s share of $500,000.

FURIA Esports were the runner-up of the championship, winning a $300,000 cash prize. Furthermore, Scott “Pandxrz” Maynard, from FURIA Esports, won the Apex Predator (Most Eliminations) award with a cash prize of $3,000. Jacob “HisWattson” McMillin, from FURIA Esports, won the Monster Energy MVP award.

Apex Legends Global Series Championship Year 2 Format Explained

Although FURIA Esports earned a total of 85 points and DarkZero earned a total of 70 points, DarkZero won the championship as the Finals were played in Match Point Format.

Match Point Format: As the Finals were played in Match Point Format, there was no match limit.

Once a Team reaches the mark of 50 points in the Finals, the next match becomes “Match Point Eligible” for that team.

The first team to win a match after they are “Match Point Eligible” is declared the winner.

After the winner is declared, 2nd-20th are ranked by total Finals points.

Furia Esports were Match Point Eligible for five matches, but did not win any match. On the other hand, DarkZero won the first match after they were eligible. Hence, FURIA Esports were declared as the winners of ALGS championship.

ALGS Year 2 Championship Finals Prize Distribution and Rankings

Following table shows the final rankings and prize distribution for ALGS Year 2 Championship. 

RankPrize (USD)Team(s)
2nd$300,000FURIA Esports
3rd$200,000100 Thieves
5th$120,000GMT Esports
6th$90,000Spacestation Gaming
10th$36,000esports team αD
11th-15th$24,000SCARZ, Team Liquid, EXO Clan, ATM Esports, Cloud 9
16th-20th$18,000OpTic Gaming, Team Burger, ZETA Division, Invictus Gaming International, Acend
21st-25th$12,000FA Kitties, Luminosity Gaming, GØDFIRE, Team Singularity, PULVEREX
26th-30th$10,200REJECT, Element 6, Sutoraiku, DreamFire, ORTHROS FANG
31st-40th$9,000FOR7, ODDIK, Infinity, Crazy Raccoon, Elev8 Entertainment, Fênix Team, Buriram United Esports, DetonatioN Gaming, FENNEL, 1iQ

Undoubtedly, Apex Legends Global Series Championship Year 2 was one of the toughest Apex Legends championships so far. Every team showed their best performance, but there is only one spot at the top. DarkZero showed great consistency throughout the championship and earned themselves the ultimate title. On the other hand, FURIA Esports and 100 Thieves also showed an incredible performance and earned the second and third rank. 

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