TSM Announces $100,000 Apex Legends Tournament

North American esports organization TSM has announced that it will host a $100,000 (~£82,000) Apex Legends tournament.

By Shubham Dalal | Dec 2, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


North American esports organization TSM has announced that it will host a $100,000 (~£82,000) Apex Legends tournament.The tournament, titled Apex Legends Winter Royale, will take place on December 12 and will feature 20 Apex Legends teams.TSM Winter Royale has a relatively large prize pool for Apex Legends tournaments that are not part of the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS). ALGS is currently in its third year and its first division will end at the end of this December.TSM is no stranger to holding large Apex Legends tournaments. If you need more information about TSM Announces $100,000 Apex Legends Tournament then read carefully and share with your friends.

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The organization recently concluded its 2022 TSM Invitational which includes a $100,000 (~£82,000) prize pool and is open to players from North America.Apex Legends is one eSport that has recently grown in popularity over the past 12 months. According to esports viewership website Esports Charts, viewership for major Apex Legends tournaments increased manifold in the circuit’s second year, with ALGS:2022 Split 2 Playoffs recording nearly 700,000 peak viewers and ALGS:2022 Championships recording 630,000 viewers, according to esports viewership website Esports Charts.

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After six games, the 18 players with the highest scores were placed in the Control game, where the Control leaderboard would determine the final standings. The format was fun and engaging as individual players in each game competed both for themselves and for cash prizes. Ultimately, content creator Murdog took home top honors in the event, which also carries a $100,000 prize pool.

Interestingly, TSM didn’t share any further details about the Winter Royale, and it’s unclear whether the tournament will be invite-only or open to the public. It’s also unclear what the tournament itself will look like, and whether the event will adopt a different format than Apex Legends’ other competitive events.

Nevertheless, the announcement attracted the attention of well-known esports organizations within the scene. This includes Team Singularity, KC Pioneers, Luminosity Gaming, and Dark Zero Esports, among others. TSM will be sharing more details about the tournament soon, considering it’s set to take place in less than two weeks.Last month, TSM suspended its flagship naming rights deal with cryptocurrency exchange FTX, but insisted it was not under any financial strain.

It’s unclear what format the new Winter Royale tournament will take, but one thing is certain: as player doubts and complaints swirl around Apex, TSM remains steadfast in its promotion of the game and its desire to grow the competitive scene.

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