ALGS Championship 2023: Scores, standings, and results

Which teams qualified for the next stage, and which have been eliminated?
The entire ALGS Championship stage in view, with the audience at the bottom.
Photo by Joe Brady via Respawn Entertainment

The Apex Legends Global Series expands to the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham for the first time, featuring 40 new and returning international teams from the five Pro Leagues, and we’ll be covering the ALGS standings for every single step.

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The Championship takes place over five days and three stages, each with its own format and individual leaderboard. New and returning spectators can easily struggle to keep up with their favorite teams’ current placement after each match and following which side of the bracket they proceed to after the Groups Stage.

To help keep up with the action after each game, we’ve compiled a list of the scores and standing for all 40 teams in each stage of the tournament. Fans can check out our comprehensive guide below for the latest updates to the Championship standings.

ALGS Championship 2023: Full scores and standings

Group Stage standings

Prior to the tournament’s start, all 40 teams were divided into four groups of 10 teams each. Each group will play the others once in a round-robin format, with each series featuring six games for a total of 18 games played by each team. Once all games have finished, all teams’ cumulative score will decide their placement in the next stage, as the top 20 teams proceed onward to the Winner’s Bracket, while the bottom 20 drop down to Loser’s Bracket Round One.

The group stage scores are now final.

TeamPoints
FirstDarkZero176
SecondBLVKHVND159
ThirdXSET151
FourthOpTic Gaming150
FifthDreamFire147
SixthLG Chivas143
SeventhTSM138
EighthSentinels125
NinthMoist Esports124
10thRealize123
11thSAF Esports117
12thIronBloodGaming114
13thACEND109
14thOxygen Esports109
15thThe Dojo106
16thTeam Singularity105
17thNRG104
18thAlliance104
19thTom Yum Kung103
20thFaZe103
↑Top 20 to Winners
↓Bottom 20 to Losers
21stJLINGZ Esports98
22nd100 Thieves97
23rdDisguised96
24thPULVEREX93
25thPioneers91
26thONIC Esports87
27thFNATIC86
28thNORTHEPTION80
29thRIDDLE ORDER74
30thGoNext74
31stMDY-WHITE67
32ndComplexity61
33rdAurora60
34thAREA31057
35thElement 657
36thFC Destroy55
37thLCDF53
38thGANBARE OTOUSAN47
39thENTER FORCE.3643
40thK1CK42

Bracket Stage standings

The Bracket Stage consists of three heats: Losers Bracket Round One, Winners Bracket, and Losers Bracket Round Two. All series in the Bracket Stage consist of eight games as opposed to the Group Stage’s six games but still follow the same standard ALGS ruleset. The top 20 teams from the Group Stage will compete in the Winners Bracket, with the top 10 directly advancing to the Match Point Finals, alongside earning bonus points based on their standings. The bottom 10 in their heat drop down to Losers Bracket Round Two.

The bottom 20 teams in the Groups Stage will compete in Losers Bracket Round One, with the top 10 advancing to Loser’s Bracket Round Two and the bottom 10 being eliminated from the Championship. The remaining 20 teams will then compete in one last eight-game series, with the top 10 advancing to the Match Point Finals and the bottom 10 eliminated from the tournament.

Losers Bracket Round One

Losers Round one is now complete, and scores are final.

TeamPoints
FirstFnatic81
SecondFC Destroy74
ThirdPioneers71
FourthComplexity62
FifthENTER FORCE.3661
SixthNORTHEPTION58
SeventhElement 650
EighthMDY-WHITE49
NinthONIC Esports41
10thPULVEREX41
↑Top 10 to Losers Round Two
↓Bottom 10 Eliminated
11thGoNext37
12thGANBARE OTOUSAN35
13thDisguised34
14thRIDDLE ORDER33
15thAREA31030
16thAurora28
17thLCDF26
18thJLINGZ Esports25
19thK1CK25
20th100 Thieves10

Winners Bracket

The Winners Bracket stage is now complete, and scores are final.

TeamPoints
FirstBLVKHVND72
SecondLuminosity Gaming Chivas62
ThirdDreamFire60
FourthOpTic Gaming55
FifthTSM49
SixthOxygen Esports47
SeventhThe Dojo45
EighthAcend44
NinthMoist Esports44
10thRealize43
↑Top 10 to Match Point Finals
↓Bottom 10 to Losers Round Two
11thDarkZero42
12thSentinels41
13thAlliance40
14thTom Yum Kung40
15thNRG38
16thIronBloodGaming32
17thSAF Esports31
18thFaZe30
19thXSET30
20thTeam Singularity21

Losers Bracket Round Two

Losers Round Round Two is now complete, and scores are final.

TeamPoints
FirstNRG121
SecondAlliance92
ThirdElement 677
FourthENTER FORCE.3647
FifthSAF Esports45
SixthFaZe44
SeventhPioneers43
EighthMDY-WHITE42
NinthPULVEREX40
10thIronBloodGaming40
↑Top 10 to Match Point Finals
↓Bottom 10 Eliminated
11thFC Destroy40
12thTeam Singularity39
13thDarkZero36
14thNORTHEPTION35
15thTom Yum Kung33
16thFNATIC27
17thSentinels25
18thXSET19
19thONIC Esports18
20thComplexity17

Match Point Finals

The Match Point Finals consists of the final 20 teams competing in a match point format series. The 10 teams who directly advanced from the Winners Bracket begin the stage with up to 10 points, based on their placement in the previous round, while the 10 teams who advanced from Losers Bracket Round Two start with zero points. In match point format, instead of playing the standard eight games, there is no limit to how many games can be played, as teams will have to reach the 50-point threshold to be declared as “match point eligible.”

Once a team is considered match point eligible, they must win a game to end the tournament and be declared the Championship winners. Teams who reach 50 points mid-game and proceed to win first place do not end the tournament and are only considered match point eligible after the conclusion of each game.

Match Point Finals is now complete, and scores are final.

TeamPoints
FirstTSM83 [MP Winners]
SecondOpTic Gaming89 [MP]
ThirdBLVKHVND68 [MP]
FourthThe Dojo65 [MP]
FifthLG Chivas65 [MP]
SixthFaZe59 [MP]
SeventhDreamFire55 [MP]
EighthPioneers52
NinthRealize50
10thIronBloodGaming41
11thACEND41
12thMoist Esports39
13thElement 638
14thSAF Esports34
15thNRG33
16thOxygen Esports28
17thPULVEREX27
18thMDY-WHITE19
19thAlliance15
20thENTER FORCE.3612

ALGS Championship 2023 full schedule

The schedule for the ALGS Championship week is as follows, with local time (BST) translated to Eastern, Central, Pacific, and Australian Eastern Standard Time.

The ALGS Championship schedule
Image via Respawn Entertainment

Wednesday, Sept. 6

Group Stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
A vs. B10:00am5:00am4:00am2:00am7:00pm
C vs. D2:30pm9:30am7:30am6:30am11:30pm
A vs. D7:00pm2:00pm1:00pm11:00amSept. 7 4:00am

Thursday, Sept. 7

Group Stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
B vs. C10:00am5:00am4:00am2:00am7:00pm
B vs. D2:30pm9:30am7:30am6:30am11:30pm
A vs. C7:00pm2:00pm1:00pm11:00amSept. 8 4:00am

Friday, Sept. 8

Bracket Stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
Losers Round One4:00pm11:00am10:00am8:00amSept. 9 1:00am

Saturday, Sept. 9

Bracket Stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
Winners Bracket12:00pm7:00am6:00am4:00am9:00pm
Losers Round Two5:30pm12:30pm11:30am9:30amSept. 10 2:30am

Sunday, Sept. 10

Match Point Finals

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
Finals4:00pm11:00am10:00am8:00amSept. 11 1:00am
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