Multiple esports orgs keen to join Apex Legends esports, claims pro player

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Published: 2023-09-22T17:09:55

  ❘   Updated: 2023-09-22T17:10:10

Apex Legends esports has seen an exodus of esports organizations in 2023. However, one pro has claimed that others are keen on becoming a member of.

Apex Legends Esports has seen an exodus of esports organizations in 2023 following a dispute between ALGS groups and EA/Respawn over in-game cosmetics and income sharing. Big-name organizations like NRG Esports, G2 Esports, Cloud9 and Team Liquid have all exited the esport with some calling out the builders for his or her lack of monetary assist.

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However, one pro player, former NRG star Christopher ‘sweetdreams’ Sexton, has claimed that a number of orgs are trying to get into Apex Legends for the following season.

Apex Legends is at the moment in its low season. Multiple groups and orgs are shuffling round their roster so as to subject essentially the most aggressive workforce potential, which might be the very best time for potential organizations to bounce into the esport.

New orgs could be coming into Apex Legends esports

“There’s really a wholesome quantity of orgs, albeit none of them tremendous massive, who’re all in favour of moving into Apex,” sweetdreams said in a recent live stream.

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He additionally mentioned that he has personally been contacted by many orgs since NRG left the esport on September 15. The player did say that he doesn’t see himself becoming a member of any of the orgs trying to enter Apex for Year 4 of the ALGS, and that he’s in all probability going to signal with an org already within the area.

While the exit of so many high-profile organizations has been alarming for these within the business, some organizations which might be nonetheless dedicated to Apex Legends have voiced their assist for the competitors and EA.

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“EA is way from the worst sport dev on the market and so they don’t deserve all the warmth they’re receiving in Apex atm. I might love for them to do extra for orgs general however they’re actually investing extra into its esport yearly,” Alliance CEO Jonathan Berg mentioned on September 19.

Fans could have to wait and see which orgs will join the Battle Royale esport, as the following season is about to begin someday this winter.

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