Recently released battle royale shooter Apex Legends has taken the gaming community by storm, gaining more than 25 million players in its first week.
The design of the game has made it an instant classic for competitive gameplay, and its first tournament, which was hosted by Twitch Rivals, recently concluded, with Tyler “Ninja” Blevins’ team taking the win.
It doesn't get any closer!
Well played to all the NA squads! pic.twitter.com/YMyZfU8xhu
— Twitch Esports (@TwitchEsports) February 13, 2019
Now, as interest starts to flood into Apex Legends as an esports title, major organizations are beginning to recruit and announce rosters. Here’s a running list of announcements:
We’re now actively recruiting players and content creators to join 100 Thieves Apex Legends. Tell us why you deserve to be a part of the team and let us help you take the next step in your gaming career! #100T
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) February 12, 2019
We welcome our new Battle Royale team. They will compete in Blackout and Apex Legends for @Rogue.
— Rogue (@Rogue) February 11, 2019
We want to recruit Apex Legends Players, Content Creators & Streamers that are killing it so give us some names… ?
— Obey Alliance (@ObeyAlliance) February 13, 2019
“Some of you are too busy playing Apex Legends to realize the legends that you could become if you reached the Apex of your potential” ❤️
NRG is recruiting players and content creators for @PlayApex!
Submit your application to email@example.com pic.twitter.com/r1AtddhTkY
— NRG Esports (@NRGgg) February 8, 2019
SteelSeries has Apex keyboards..
SteelSeries sponsors North..
— North (@TheNorthIsHere) February 8, 2019
#TSM placing in the first ever Apex tournament 😎
Our future squad will have a lot to live up to! pic.twitter.com/xxRjxhaBwS
— TSM (@TSM) February 13, 2019
If you’re an esports organization that recently announced an Apex Legends roster and we missed you, feel free to contact us for inclusion.