Apex Secretly Host ALGS NA Finals, Heartbreaking End

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Suprise! The Apex North American Regional Finals took an unconventional route last night, opting for an offline event with no live stream. Fans, accustomed to the electrifying online broadcasts of their favorite teams battling it out, were left in the dark by the decision. Due to the hacking situation that disrupted the finals last weekend, we can see why maybe Apex made this choice. We are still awaiting on word from Apex and EA on the official results.

North American Finals Leaderboard

North America Overall Leaderboard

While the absence of a live stream left many fans in the dark, the suspense was finally lifted as the final teams qualifying for the playoffs in Los Angeles were confirmed. Among them, one team shone brighter than the rest, emerging victorious amidst fierce competition. Congratulations are in order for TSM, whose dedication and skill have earned them a well-deserved place at LAN and the title of North American champion once again.

However, the drama didn’t end there. As the list of qualified teams unfolded, there were surprises and heartbreaks in equal measure. The 12th-place team Oxygen Esports, against the odds, managed to secure their spot in the playoffs, showcasing resilience and determination. Their journey to qualification serves as a testament to the unpredictable nature of competitive Apex, where underdogs can defy expectations and emerge victorious.

Yet, amid the celebrations, there were also those who fell short of their aspirations. It is sad to learn that the 13th-place team XSET, despite their best efforts, didn’t make the cut for the playoffs. As well as other notable teams Optic, DropInGaming, and Native.

As the dust settles on the Apex North American Regional Finals, the stage is set for an exhilarating showdown in Los Angeles. The qualified teams will undoubtedly bring their A-game as they vie for glory and the coveted championship title.

Lumpy https://twitter.com/Lumpyish

My name is Austin, also known as Lumpy. I am a involved in all things Apex and ALGS.

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