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How to track the Apex Legends Global Series Championship leaderboard

The Apex Legends Global Series Championship has kicked off, and if you missed it, don’t worry, as there’s an easy way to stay updated.

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The Apex Legends Global Series Championship has finally kicked off, starting June 2 with the first set of group stages in NA and EMEA, but how can you stay updated with the leaderboard standings?

Apex Legends has had an exciting year, launching their most popular season so far, Legacy, and preparing for a huge esports tournament that is now underway.

Players should be well aware of the ALGS Championship, especially as some may have contributed to the huge prize pool through the Animal Kingdom skin bundles, but how can you stay updated with the standings and stats for the tournament? Let’s get into it.

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Although some players have probably been grinding out Ranked Leagues before the second split commences after June 15, getting frustrated with the recent DDoS issues, there has been a lot of hype for the ALGS Championship, especially with the huge prize pool of over $2 million.

Some may have also heard of the ALGS Championship from Respawn’s announcement of the new Twitch Drops community-created loading screens, which will be awarded to those who tune into the games.

What is the ALGS?

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Some players may still be oblivious to what the ALGS actually is, so for those that don’t know, the Apex Legends Global Series is the esports scene for Respawn Entertainment’s battle royale.

The best players across the globe connect to compete in intense tournaments for one team to be crowned Champions. For more information on the ALGS tournaments, check out the blog over on EA’s website.

How to track the Apex Legends Global Series stats & standings

Apex Legends Global Series Championship Leaderboard

The 2021 Apex Legends Global Series Championship has attracted more fans than ever to come and watch the best of the best compete. Both the NA and EMEA teams had their first round of games in the group stages just yesterday.

For those who want to know more about the teams and their performances, there is a handy website for you to keep track of the stats and standings. The site is called Liquipidia and is regarded as “the esports wiki, the best resource for live updated results, tournament overview, team and player profiles, game information, and more.”

On the site, fans can find a heap of information on previous, current, and future events and further details on the teams, the individual players, the Legends they use, and how long they have been playing competitive Apex.

For the Group Stages that took place yesterday, head over to the site, find Apex Legends and click on the desired round you would like to see more details on. For example, if you’re interested in finding out about the NA Group Stages, select ALGS Champ. – NA Group Stage to see the stats and standings for yesterday’s round.

Of course, you can also watch the Championship live or through a replay of the event over on the Apex Legends Global Series YouTube.

Apex Legends Global Series Championship Leaderboard

When is the next ALGS Championship event?

Both the NA and EMEA teams will battle it out again in the second round of Group stages this week:

  • NA – Group Stage Day #2 Friday, June 4th, 4:00 PM PT / 7:00 PM ET
  • EMEA – Group Stage Day #2 Thursday, June 3rd, 10:00 AM PT / 6:00 PM BST

That’s all on how you can stay updated on the Apex Legends Global Series Championship, for more check out our recent article on an Apex Legends monitor bug gives players wall hacks.

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Apex Legends devs finally fixing frustrating stuttering issues

Respawn Entertainment have confirmed that a fix is coming for the stuttering issues plaguing Apex Legends on PC.

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Stuttering issues can often make playing Apex Legends at a high frame rate feel much less fun, but Respawn Entertainment have confirmed that a fix for this problem is on its way.

One advantage to playing games on PC is that you get to enjoy them at a decently high frame rate. While that sounds fun, it also comes with its own set of problems, as Apex Legends fans have to deal with stuttering issues.

This is when the high frame rate causes the game to be choppy, ruining your accuracy. As a result, players often end up lowering the FPS. Now, Respawn have assured fans that this will soon be resolved.

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Apex Legends fans were discussing the “microstutter bug” on Reddit, and this gained a response from Respawn’s Lead Software Engineer Samy ‘ricklesauceur’ Duc.

One player asked if there was any way to get past the game’s 300 FPS cap, and another user advised against trying this. The game engine has a bug in it which causes a microstutter when you reach 180 FPS.

The developer then confirmed that this issue “should be gone after [the] next patch.” This fix will allow players on higher-end rigs to enjoy smoother gameplay than before.

Respawn finally fixing Apex Legends stuttering issues

The devs have been focused on fixing multiple in-game issues ever since the Legacy update went live. There have also been upcoming changes teased for Evo Shields recently.

Once this patch arrives, PC gamers should be able to get past the 180 FPS mark without encountering stuttering issues. There’s currently no date given for when we should expect to see this update patch.

This fix seems to be exclusive to PC, and players experiencing stutter issues on console will have to wait for a wider patch.

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Apex Legends devs confirm Mirage Voyage ship POI won’t return

Respawn’s Lead Game Designer Daniel Klein has confirmed that the fan-favorite Mirage Voyage POI won’t be coming back to Apex Legends.

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The Mirage Voyage is one of the most popular POIs in Apex Legends, and Respawn Entertainment have confirmed that it probably won’t return to the battle royale anytime soon.

The Apex Legends Legacy update brought a plethora of brand-new content like the Arenas mode and Valkyrie. A ton of fans are playing Apex Legends this season, and they have their own favorite map areas.

The Mirage Voyage ship was first added to the game in Season 3 and has become a fan-favorite since then. However, Respawn have confirmed that we won’t see this POI return to the battle royale.

Mirage Voyage ship POI in Apex Legends

The next Ranked split in Apex Legends will bring the action to Olympus, so players were excited about seeing this POI again. Respawn Lead Designer Daniel Klein then confirmed on Reddit that Mirage Voyage won’t be coming back.

“Oh the Voyage is CRASHED crashed,” said the developer. “I think it’s down for good.” This came as a huge disappointment to fans that wanted the ship to be a recurring location the battle royale’s maps.

This is reminiscent of when Respawn retired Kings Canyon’s Skull Town which was another fan-favorite POI that was blown up for Season 5.

Daniel Klein confirms that we won't see Mirage's Voyage in Apex Legends again
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There have been hints that we might see the arrival of another similar ship in the game one day, but we won’t see the Mirage Voyage POI take flight again anytime soon.

We’ll just have to wait and see if Respawn Entertainment have any plans to introduce something else to fill the void left by the ship’s departure from the battle royale. Only time will tell if they do intend to release something.

For more on Apex Legends, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL and check out our recent article on Apex players wanting the new Halo Infinite battle pass system.

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Apex Legends ranked leaderboard shows top players across all platforms

We’ve found the top players across all platforms for Apex Legends Ranked Leagues, so let’s get into the details of the Apex Legends ranked leaderboard.

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For those interested in seeing who the top players are across all platforms for Apex Legends Ranked Leagues, or maybe even want to check where they are themselves, let’s get into how you can check out the Apex Legends ranked leaderboard.

Apex Legends is now halfway through its ninth season, with the ranked split commencing just yesterday.

Now players are back on Olympus, and for those looking to grind this season, or maybe check out how high the bar is set, we’ve found the current top players for Ranked Leagues.

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Although there is still no cross-progression in Apex Legends, some players may still be interested in viewing the ranked leaderboard for all platforms just out of curiosity, or perhaps you connect with friends and play in other platform’s lobbies due to cross-play.

There is a great website that players who are serious about playing Ranked Leagues should get familiar with for those interested.

Apex Legends ranked leaderboard

One thing to remember when viewing the ranked leaderboard is that placements are constantly chopping and changing, with players losing and gaining RP (ranked points) every day.

Here is the current top ten standings across all platforms for Ranked Leagues as of today:

apex legends ranked leaderboard

There are some familiar names in the top ten for those familiar with the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS). Both C9_StayNaughty and G2_Dezignful recently competed in the ALGS Championship finals, where C9 actually came second, just behind team Kungarna.

This Apex Legends ranked leaderboard shows player level on the far right while also showing the amount of RP the player currently has under “Ranked Score.”

If you’re just interested in one particular platform, you can also view the ranked leaderboard for that specific platform. Further, the website, apextracker, will also show you various leaderboards, from most kills with a particular Legend to current season wins.

For more on Apex Legends, stay tuned via Charlie INTEL and check out our recent article on Apex players wanting the new Halo Infinite battle pass system.

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