Riyadh May Be Causing ALGS Teams to Rejoin

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In the bustling world of esports, the tides can shift as swiftly as a gamer’s reflexes. Just in the last years, there was a mass exit from Apex Legends, with organizations such as Team Liquid, G2, Cloud 9, 100T, NRG, SSG, and more leaving the scene. This left many fans sad that their esport was drifting. Yet, as if summoned by some unseen force, they are returning in droves, eager eyes fixed on the horizon of opportunity once again.

While some attribute this resurgence to the enticing new partnership program from EA, which promises to expand and evolve over time, whispers in the industry suggest a different, more tantalizing reason – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. While it hasn’t been confirmed yet, people close to the event are suggesting that Apex will be an esport that’s involved.

Riyadh, a city steeped in rich history and modern ambition, is set to host the Esports World Cup in the summer of 2024. What makes this event a beacon in the esports realm isn’t just its prestigious title, but the staggering prize pool rumored to be between $30 million to $50 million. For many, these figures are not just astronomical, they’re life-changing.

Apex is not currently listed on the Esports World Cup list of games, but the same sources say that it will be a featured game along with many others already announced. This could really revamp and revitalize many esports around the world, including Apex Legends.

But it’s not just the promise of wealth that’s drawing organizations back to the Apex fold. According to these insider sources, the event organizers intend to go a step further – paying participating organizations simply for gracing the tournament with their presence. It’s a windfall of epic proportions, a free ticket to prosperity.

As rumors fly about more Apex teams rejoining the esport, the reason of the Esports World Cup in Riyadh makes it very obvious why the rumors exist to begin with. Why wouldn’t any team rejoin just to sign up for this? It’s safe to say you can expect more teams to join Apex this year.

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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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