How did UK players perform at the Apex Legends ALGS London LAN, and what do plans to scrap regional quotas mean for the future of the EMEA ALGS region? | Esports News UK
The Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) is running all its 2023 LAN tournaments in London this year, with Split 1’s Playoffs having found a home at the Copper Box Arena on the weekend.
However, the EMEA ALGS region fell short of expectations in February’s Split 1 Playoffs, with only three teams qualifying for the finals. Both Acend and Alliance Esports were able to secure third and fifth respectively, with Element 6 finishing in ninth.
In the context of Split 1, the EMEA’s reputation has been somewhat protected by the performances of these teams. However, the future of the region feels somewhat threatened.
TSM crowned ALGS Split 1 winners at Apex Legends London LAN | Esports News UK
Following an eight-game final at London’s Copper Box Arena, the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) has reached its dramatic conclusion. TSM are the ALGS Split 1 winners, finally regaining the title from Dark Zero Esports, who dominated 2022’s LAN tournaments, reports Hannah Marie from London’s Copper Box Arena.
On Top of the World: Celebrating TSM’s win with Coach ‘Raven’ | Medium
Sitting down with champion coach ‘Raven’ after TSM’s spectacular win at the ALGS Split 1 Playoffs
With the crowd on their feet — an entire arena held hostage in the moment — “TSM Champions” flashes onto the screens. Erupting in screams with the adrenaline still circling like wildfire, TSM celebrated their well-earned win, snatched from the hands of their opponents at the last second.