With its highest player count since its release, Apex Legends enters Season 16. As more players become interested in the competitive aspect of Apex, the Ranked playlist also keeps breaking records with the points needed to reach Predator.
With its highest player count since its release, Apex Legends enters Season 16. As more players become interested in the competitive aspect of Apex, the Ranked playlist also keeps breaking records with the points needed to reach Predator. The top players on the online ladder can now compete in a new tournament that aims to create the best competitive environment possible.
A competition for players of various skill levels in Apex Legends will be launched, according to automated esports platform Realm. The inaugural season will only be available in the EMEA region beginning in November and will pay out $150,000 (£130,868) in prizes.
The information about a new official seasonal league was tweeted by Realm, an automated matchmaking service. This league aims to modify the conventional ranked ladder into a more competitive experience by utilising the solo queue format for all players competing.
Registration will begin in mid-March, and the season will last three months, beginning on April 1. Players must be ranked Hunter or higher in North America, while players in EMEA must be Masters or higher. Lower Elo players will have their own tiers in the SoloQ League in Realm, with their own set of prizes and a season finale. In Realm’s Pro League Discord server, more details about the rulebook and tournament format will be disclosed.
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With the recent rise of cheaters negatively affecting both professional players and content creators’ gameplay, the introduction of a new alternative to the conventional ranked ladder has received widespread positive response. The ranked experience for Season 16 has been plagued by newly discovered hacks that completely control the firing and reloading of players’ firearms, disadvantaging them in what ought to be a serious and competitive match.
All players can compete in a secure setting with Realm’s private matchmaking network, which also includes extra safeguards to keep cheaters out of the league. Players who wish to participate must also meet the additional requirements outlined in Realm’s discord rules, which include additional security measures like account linking to their website and past results in the Challengers Cup or Pro League Qualifiers.
Realm has reaffirmed Respawn and EA’s complete support for the league, despite concerns about their viability and future. All Realm competition days will be distinct from any ALGS or Challengers Cup dates and will be held in conjunction with Split Two of the ALGS. After the EMEA matches, the NA matches will take place from 2 to 8 p.m. EST.
With their recent pre-season finals, which included several ALGS partnered orgs like EMEA’s Element 6 and Fire Beavers and featured a captain draught format and a $10,000 prize pool, Realm’s involvement in Apex has already received high praise from many professionals and content creators. You can watch all upcoming Realm SoloQ League tournament games on their official Twitch channel. Additionally, Realm’s website provides real-time statistics and leaderboards for their competitions, and there are plans to add more Apex leagues and expand into CoD Warzone and Fortnite.
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