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The winners of ALGS Online event #6

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The Apex Legends Global Series Online event #6 came to an end yesterday and we’re here to give you an update on all the winners.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Apex Legends Global Series switched to an online format. LAN events have been either postponed or canceled with their prize pools going to the online ones. The teams who made it higher in their placement of Online event #6 receive a direct seed to the Premier event. The latter as originally planned to be an offline one, but given the current global situation, it’ll most likely be online too.

Here are the winners for each of the eight regions:

North America

  1. NRG Esports
  2. Sola Fide
  3. Team SoloMid


  1. GnaskeStrafeDel
  2. чмк

South America

  1. OtakusFedidos
  2. Millions Gaming


  2. Athaim
  3. Not Griefing


  1. Crazy Raccoon
  2. Steady Aiming
  3. FA Korea


  1. SCARZ Black

Greater Southeast Asia

  1. MiTH Team 2
  2. A3E
  3. Xavier Esports

Middle East & Africa

  1. Lava City Boys
  2. Kawaii Team
  3. 1907 Fenerbahçe Esports

Overall we see some of the more familiar teams with top placement in most regions. On the other hand, big names like EXO Clan, Made in Thailand 2, Rogue, Sentinels, Alliance, Natus Vincere, TSM, Team Liquid, and others have failed to make it to the top.

Here are also the leaders in the overall ALGS point rankings:

  1. EXO Clan – 8,850 points
  2. Crazy Raccoon – 8,850 points
  3. Made in Thailand 2 – 8,610 points
  4. Athaim – 8,520 points

Clearly, the teams in Oceania, SEA, and Korea are doing a good job. In the meantime, Europe and North America are lagging behind on the ranking. There’s still plenty of online events and premiers left to shake things up but the four teams listed above have pretty much guaranteed a slot at the final event of the year (which might also turn out to be an online one with the way things are going).

Most recently Respawn also announce the Summer Circuit which will put teams from various regions against one another. It's going to kick off later this month and last way up until September. You can find more info about it on the official EA website.

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