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Oversight Split 2 Playoffs: Scores, teams to watch and more

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Ahead of the Oversight Split 2 Playoffs we look at which teams are playing, the top 5 teams to watch and how you can catch the action.

The Oversight Split 2 Playoffs take place on the 19th and 20th of January 2023. 20 teams will compete for a share of the $20k prize pool across 12 games.
The 20 teams qualified through six weeks of qualifiers, with the top teams on overall 'weekly points' qualifying for the finals.
The games start at 10pm UK/2pm PST/5pm EST each day. Like almost all Apex Legends tournaments the Oversight Split 2 Playoffs will take place on Worlds Edge and Storm Point.
With the London ALGS Playoffs taking place in just 2 weeks time, this event is valuable practice for the top teams in North America ahead of the global event. Equally, for teams who missed out on London like OpTic, this event is the beginning of their preparation for the second split of the Pro League.

Oversight Split 2 Playoffs: Teams

  • Luminosity Gaming
  • TSM
  • DarkZero
  • FURIA
  • XSET
  • The Guard
  • MPS
  • NRG
  • Esports Arena
  • BR Demonz
  • Complexity
  • Spacestation Gaming
  • CLG
  • OpTic
  • Tripods
  • Sentinels
  • 100 Thieves
  • Oxygen Esports
  • AimAssist
  • Karasuno
  • Glytch Gaming
  • OLN (Osivien, Naughty and Lou)
  • SZN
  • E8
Karasuno and XSET were unable to compete due to travel and were replaced by E8 and OLN. Complexity were replaced by SZN.

Oversight Split 2 Playoffs: Scores

Team
Total
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
100T
68
14/1
6/0
4/0
3/4
3/11
11/1
6/7
7/2
16/2
15/0
6/0
8/5
AA
52
15/0
17/0
12/3
18/0
1/7
14/0
4/4
8/6
14/0
14/0
7/0
14/4
CLG
41
18/0
18/0
9/1
12/0
7/5
20/0
19/0
14/0
7/3
10/0
2/7
7/1
DZ
56
11/3
8/3
16/0
2/5
18/0
4/8
3/2
6/4
8/0
20/0
19/0
18/2
E8
23
7/1
9/2
17/0
10/0
17/2
15/0
10/2
11/0
18/0
7/0
13/0
15/0
ESA
36
9/7
19/0
7/6
16/1
13/1
10/1
14/1
16/0
17/1
5/4
20/0
19/1
FURIA
101
3/5
3/1
1/15
7/6
11/0
2/9
15/0
12/5
11/1
11/3
11/3
6/5
GLYTCH
39
16/1
7/0
14/0
20/0
16/3
6/9
13/6
19/3
9/3
16/1
15/2
17/0
LG
96
17/0
13/2
10/2
14/3
15/3
7/3
12/5
1/13
5/12
6/8
17/1
3/9
MPS
42
10/0
14/1
8/4
6/1
19/0
8/3
8/0
4/4
13/0
8/0
9/1
5/2
NRG
129
1/13
11/10
15/1
1/8
4/1
3/8
9/1
9/1
12/3
4/12
18/0
1/11
OLN
63
20/0
12/0
18/4
13/3
10/4
13/1
18/0
18/1
1/7
1/10
10/0
12/1
OPTIC
87
5/5
20/0
19/0
8/2
2/7
9/0
5/5
10/3
15/0
3/11
1/11
20/0
OXG
83
2/5
4/6
6/3
17/0
9/4
5/6
7/3
3/7
4/5
18/0
14/3
9/0
SSG
66
12/0
2/10
3/7
11/0
8/3
12/0
11/0
5/2
6/6
13/0
12/6
13/0
SEN
71
6/7
5/9
13/1
4/7
14/0
17/0
16/0
13/1
10/1
2/10
8/5
10/0
SZN
60
19/0
10/0
11/0
15/3
6/3
16/0
2/8
15/0
19/0
19/0
5/6
2/10
TRIPODS
17
13/0
15/3
20/0
19/3
20/0
18/0
20/0
20/0
20/0
17/0
16/3
11/5
TSM
104
8/2
1/5
2/2
5/4
5/5
19/0
1/13
17/0
2/8
9/3
4/3
16/0
GUARD
89
4/6
16/0
5/6
9/3
12/0
1/6
17/0
2/5
3/5
12/0
3/4
4/1
Teams are listed in alphabetical order, with placement then the number of kills listed.

Prize Pool

The Oversight Split 2 Playoffs feature a healthy $20,000 prize pool. This will be spread out across the top 5 teams.
  • $8,400
  • $4,800
  • $3,000
  • $2,400
  • $1,400

5 teams to watch

TSM

TSM have been in fine form since the New Year, picking up where they left off in 2022 easily. They are one of the favourites for the London LAN and have been dominating International Scrims. Since the arrival of coach Raven they have had a laser focus on long term success and the Oversight Split 2 Playoffs will be a key preparation for LAN in February.

Sentinels

Sentinels aren't preparing for LAN, but they do have a huge reckoning on the horizon. They were relegated from the Pro League and will attempt to regain their place via the Pro League qualifier. With Teq back to coaching, can Sentinels prove to the scene that they are a top tier team once more.

NRG

NRG have not participated in almost any International Scrims ahead of LAN, deeming them poor practice. That means that the 12 games of the Oversight Playoffs are hugely significant practice for NRG. They won the Split One playoffs and fans will expect to see them at least be in the mix to defend their title.

MPS

One of the stronger non LAN qualified teams in the lobby, MPS have been steadily improving week on week and are one of the best unsigned teams across the whole of Apex Legends. Can Madness, Shooby and PowPow put down a marker as to why they deserve the backing of a major organisation ahead of the second split of Pro League?

OpTic Gaming

OpTic Gaming were incredibly disappointed to miss out on LAN, and have been playing with Dropped of Spacestation Gaming instead of Dooplex in some events recently. Could this be a signal of a potential roster swap instead of just a temporary sub? Keep an eye on who lines up for OpTic and how they perform.

Where to watch the Oversight Split 2 Playoffs

The Hyperluxe Twitch Channel will host the Split 2 Playoffs, with the event being casted by SpiderTiff and Dia on Thursday, and Zephyr and Fallout on Friday.
Stay tuned for the latest esports news and updates.
Tom Bull
Tom Bull
Editor | Twitter @TAG_tom_apex
From the UK, Tom is an experienced semi-professional Apex Legends player having competed in the ALGS Challenger Circuit over multiple seasons. He is a specialist in the competitive scene, with deep knowledge of ALGS. He has worked on several notable tournament broadcasts, as both an observer and caster.