ESports has been on a tremendous growth since the past few years. Now since the pandemic has begun, most of the ESports events are happening digitally. We heard about several Overwatch Matches and CS:GO major going digital. The growth during pandemic has been significant.
Similarly today, Respawn Entertainment and EA have announced Apex Legends Summer ESports Circuit. This event will join the current four-month Global Series. The Apex Summer Circuit will be open to everyone. However, players must meet the criteria of having achieved Gold IV on PC in Split One of Series Four. If they are have not achieved this, they can do it till June 18.
|Super Regional 1||June 21||EMEA @ 5:45 PM BST Americas @ 3:45 PM PDT|
|Super Regional 2||July 12||EMEA @ 5:45 PM BST Americas @ 3:45 PM PDT|
|Super Regional 3||July 26||EMEA @ 5:45 PM BST Americas @ 3:45 PM PDT|
|Super Regional 4||August 9||EMEA @ 5:45 PM BST Americas @ 3:45 PM PDT|
|Last Chance Qualifiers||August 16||Europe @ 5:45 PM BST North America @ 3:45 PM PDT|
|Playoffs – Day 1||September 12||TBA|
|Playoffs – Day 2||September 13||TBA|
Coming to the new event, the summer circuit is scheduled to start on June 11. It’ll be four months long, and it’ll end on September 13. Once qualification is done, Regionals will start from June till August. Players who missed it will have the last chance to qualify on August 16. Finally, the playoffs will happen on September 12 and 13.
If you are interested in the Apex Summer Circuit, then you can register on the website. Make sure you meet the criteria, and also check the rules. The Tournament has quite simple rules and regulations. Lastly, I wanted to mention the factor of the region. Apex Summer Circuit matches will be played regionally. So there are high chances you will end up against your countrymen players.
Super Regional Groupings:
- EMEA = Europe, Middle East & Africa
- Americas = North America, South America
- APAC South = Greater Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand
- APAC North = Japan, Korea