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ALGS Split 2 Playoffs: Schedule, groups, talent and more

Read up on the official tournament information for the Split 2 Playoffs on July 13-16, 2023 in London, UK.

The ALGS Split 2 Playoffs will take place at the Copperbox Arena, London between July 13-16.

40 teams from around the world will compete for a share of the $1 million prize pool. They will also be aiming to earn enough playoff points to qualify for the subsequent ALGS Championship to be held in London later this summer.

ALGS Split 2 Playoffs Schedule

The ALGS Split 2 Playoffs will be the first Apex Legends LAN event to have every single match on the main stage. That means every moment is being broadcast on the main stream, with command centre POVs every step of the way. As a result, there is a slightly longer schedule with only one set of matches taking place at once.

  • Thursday, July 13 - Group Stage matches starting at 10:00 BST
  • Friday, July 14 - Group Stage matches starting at 10:00 BST
  • Saturday, July 15 - Bracket Stage, starting at 10:00 BST
  • Sunday, July 16 - Finals, starting at 4pm BST

All three days will feature three blocks of matches. The finals will once again be match point format, meaning action could run late into the night.

Split 2 Playoffs: Groups

Teams have been snake seeded into four groups, and will all face each other in a round robin format.

Perhaps most notable of the groupings is Group C, which sees TSM and Vexed Gaming paired together. The two teams are locked in a fierce contest for Lava Siphon on Worlds Edge. Neither team seems inclined to back down from this battle.

Qualified teams

As a reminder, the 40 teams heading to London come from all over the world. Each region sent a specific number of teams based on their regions performance in the Split 1 Playoffs.

  • North America - 11 teams
  • EMEA - 10 teams
  • APAC North - 9 teams
  • APAC South - 5 teams
  • South America - 5 teams

Broadcast talent

Once again a star studded talent line up is heading to London. For the first time ALGS is featuring players in their broadcast team with RKN and Sabz_Bear joining a host of familiar faces from the Pro League.

Additionally, this will also be an ALGS LAN debut for caster Dia.

Where to watch the ALGS Split 2 Playoffs?

The ALGS Split 2 Playoffs will be broadcast on the PlayApex twitch, Steam and YouTube channels. Additionally, there is a range of watch parties and alternative language streams.

Official Watch Parties

Host
Language
Links
NiceWigg & Greek
English
Pokizgames
Portuguese
Oraxe & Wisethug
French
Restiafps
Chinese

Partner Broadcasts

Broadcaster
Language
Links
CyberZ
Japanese
WooHoo
Portuguese
Friends Project Co
Thai
Myriad Stars (Newer Esports)
Mandarin
Titan Masters
Spanish
Basik Marketing / The Esports Club
Hindi

If you want to watch the ALGS Split 2 Playoffs in person, tickets are available on Eventbrite.

ALGS Split 2 Playoff prizing

Placement
Amount
1st
$300,000
2nd
$160,000
3rd
$105,000
4th
$85,000
5th
$65,000
6th
$50,000
7th
$40,000
8th
$30,000
9th
$25,000
10th
$20,000
11th
$16,000
12th
$15,000
13th
$14,000
14th
$13,000
15th
$12,000
16th
$11,000
17th
$10,500
18th
$10,000
19th
$9,500
20th
$9,000

Once again only the top 20 teams making the finals will walk away with any prize money.

As always, for full coverage of the ALGS Split 2 Playoffs stay tuned to esports.gg.