We round out some of the most prominent esports organizations who are already looking into establishing their own Apex Legends teams to try and get ahead of the curve.
Just a few days ago, we saw some of the biggest professional streamers, such as Shroud, DrDisRespect, and Ninja, along with 40+ others, battle it out at the inaugural Apex Legends Twitch Rivals tournament. At the end of it all, it was Ninja (real name Tyler Blevins), who took home the crown, along with his teammates, NRG Esports’ very own Coby ‘dizzy’ Meadows and Richard ‘KingRichard‘ Nelson.
With Twitch holding a second Apex Legends tournament on February 19 with a similar $200,000 prize pool, and many more coming soon, it’s only a matter of time before we see big-time esports organizations looking to create their own Apex Legends teams to try and take advantage.
Below is a confirmed list of orgs who already have picked up or are looking to pick up their very own Apex Legends teams.
Which Orgs Are Still Recruiting?
The North American esports organization, 100 Thieves, took to Twitter to announce that they were looking to join in on the action. So far, they have yet to announce any pick-ups yet, and recruitment is still ongoing.
Those who are interested can apply by clicking here.
Obey Alliance is looking to join long list of organizations who want their own Apex Legends team as well.
Interested applicants can reach out to them via social media.
NRG eSports are also interested in fielding their own Apex Legends team, likely to link up with their very own dizzy and KingRichard, who made waves at the Apex Legends Twitch Rivals tournament.
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Prominent CS:GO organization, North, have also shown interest in joining in on the hype and having their own Apex Legends team.
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Which Orgs Already Have Apex Legends Teams?
Rogue took no time fielding a roster for Apex Legends.
The players, Huskerrs, Meerko, Reum, and sweetdreams, will represent Rogue going forward. Huskerrs represented the org at the recently concluded Apex Legends Twitch Rivals tournament. where he took home the bonus for “most kills” while helping his team get second place.
So far these, these are all the orgs who have confirmed their Apex Legends teams or have confirmed their interest. If you know of others, be sure to let us know in the comments down below.
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