Apex Pro EMEA Team Votes To Kick Captain off ALGS Roster

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No Days Off Team

In a surprising turn of events, the EMEA Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Pro League witnessed high drama as Team NDO (No Days Off) faced internal conflicts resulting in a roster shakeup after just one day of competition. The unfolding saga has captivated the esports community, showcasing the challenges and dynamics within professional gaming teams.

Team NDO, consisting of players Sherbert, Plexez, and Tayko along with former Coach Nath, had successfully qualified for the ALGS Pro League. However, the celebration was short-lived as changes within the team were set in motion immediately after qualifying and once more after the first day of competition.


The initial change saw Coach Nath being dropped from the coaching position, a decision within the bounds of ALGS rules. This was sad to see but the roster progressed on as they prepared for the first week of Pro League. The real controversy, however, erupted when Captain Tayko expressed the desire to revamp the player roster, aiming for an “all French-speaking team.”

Tayko’s Claims

Tensions escalated as Tayko cited Sherbert was already being removed from the roster for personal reasons and claimed a lack of synergy with Plexez as the reason for the overall shakeup. A big part of the frustration was according to Plexez, Tayko suggested that this was “not a planned move”. Plexez later found that statement to be clouded with other parties involved.

Team Responds

Plexez revealed that Tayko had been in talks to form a new roster weeks before the official decision was communicated according to Mereelj on Twitter. This revelation sparked outrage within the esports community, with many calling for changes in ALGS rules to ensure fair play.

Adding another layer to the unfolding drama, the new coach, Mibles, expressed discomfort with the situation and the language barrier that came with the abrupt changes. Calls for reform in ALGS rules gained momentum as spectators questioned the fairness of allowing such last-minute roster alterations.

Team Vote To Kick Tayko

However, a twist in the tale occurred when substitute player THIIRTY stepped forward to shed light on the situation. THIIRTY claimed ignorance of the internal strife and, in an unexpected move, revealed that all players had come together with THIIRTY as an official substitute and eligible vote and voted 3-1 to remove Tayko from the roster. According to ALGS rules, such a vote is permitted, and if the procedural steps are followed, Team NDO could reclaim their Pro League spot without Tayko.

As the esports community eagerly awaits the resolution of this gripping saga, the incident serves as a stark reminder of the complexities and challenges that can arise within professional gaming teams. The outcome of this internal power struggle will undoubtedly have ripple effects on the esports landscape, prompting discussions about the need for clearer regulations and fair play in competitive gaming leagues. Stay tuned for further developments as Team NDO navigates the turbulent waters of the ALGS Pro League.

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My Name is Miles, also known as JMeyels in the Apex Legends community. I am an Apex Legends News YouTuber with over 100,000 subscribers and currently over 10,000 subscribers for the ALGS News Coverage.

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