ALGS LCQ 2023: Full Apex Legends scores and final standings

100 teams from five regions enter, only 10 can proceed.
An image of the Apex Legends Global Series LCQ Finals logo.
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The Apex Legends Global Series 2023 Championship is fast approaching. Over 200 teams across the globe have battled it out for over seven months and across two main splits—but only one can be crowned ALGS champions for 2023.

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The ALGS Championship in Birmingham, U.K. on Sep. 6 will see 40 of the world’s best descend upon the city for a shot at the crown and the lion’s share of $2 million USD in prize money. Of those 40, 30 have received direct invites based on their performances throughout the year, which earned them ALGS playoff points.

For those who missed out on the top 30, one final chance remained via the ALGS Last Chance Qualifiers. Each major region—North America, South America, EMEA, and the north and south of the Asia-Pacific—sending two further teams from their respective LCQ.

Each region featured 40 total teams in a do-or-die tournament for their 2023 season and for global Apex supremacy.

Who qualified for the ALGS Championship via the LCQ?

The 10 teams who have qualified for the ALGS Championship via the LCQ are:

  • North America
    • The Dojo
    • DNO
  • South America
    • SAF Esports
    • K1CK
  • EMEA
    • GoNext
    • LCDF
  • APAC North
    • Crazy Raccoon
    • NORTHEPTION
  • APAC South
    • MDY White
    • Inside The ring

ALGS LCQ 2023 format

Ten teams, two from each of the five major regions, will join the top 30 at the ALGS Championship in September. The top 30 were determined following the Split Two Playoffs in London in July.

Each region’s LCQ sees 40 of the best who failed to crack that top 30, with only the top two moving on to Birmingham. Per the format, teams were seeded on their status at the end of split two—from Pro League right down to each region’s Challenger Circuit.

The top 10 from each 20-team group moved to the winner’s bracket, while the bottom 10 went into losers and faced elimination. From there, the top 10 who survived joined the winner’s bracket for the final round, while the bottom 10 were eliminated.

Related: How to watch the ALGS 2023 Last Chance Qualifiers

The final round was played on a match point format, meaning any team that crosses the 50 point threshold and then wins a game before any other team on match point automatically ended the final and earned one of their region’s ALGS Championship berths.

The second place teams were determined by standard ALGS scoring, and received the last slot to the Championship.

ALGS LCQ 2023 final scores and standings

North America

PlacementTeamTotal Points
FirstThe Dojo73 [MP]
SecondDNO63
ThirdFURIA58
FourthStallions55
FifthSecret Formula50
SixthFlat41
SeventhNative Gaming40
EighthApe Gang38
NinthTeam Stability37
10thBIL31
11thMost Hated29
12thKSR28
13thDrop-In Gaming27
14thNoxious26
15thYEEEEEEEEEEEEEER25
16thE822
17thAporia21
18thMeat Lovers21
19thChadimusPrimev216
20thRise14

South America

PlacementTeamTotal Points
FirstSAF Esports81 [MP]
SecondK1CK108
ThirdGlytch92
FourthVKB87
FifthNOCTEM78
SixthFlawless Gaming56
SeventhValhalla54
EighthCoritiba E-sports52
NinthATHXHVY52
10thVermouth49
11thLFO Enygma47
12thHigh Ping47
13thUs Guri47
14thFusioN Esports46
15thThe Fathers40
16thFourAll36
17thSo Controle30
18th1iQ24
19thHYK11
20thTEAM CERBERUS4

EMEA

PlacementTeamTotal Points
FirstGoNext86 [MP]
SecondLCDF64
ThirdEntropiq64
FourthDANISH61
FifthVexed Gaming57
SixthVoltage57
SeventhAurora56
EighthaNc Outplayed55
NinthBluewhites53
10thMyztro Gaming51
11thHorizon Union51
12thTouhuTontut39
13thFUT Esports37
14thV236
15thPhoenix Legacy34
16thVORTEX CGO33
17thUAIM33
18thAdept Club32
19thPro League Rejects18
20thUTFT7

APAC North

PlacementTeamTotal Points
FirstCrazy Raccoon95 [MP]
SecondNORTHEPTION73
ThirdLaugh Tale72
FourthHAO66
FifthCOCOLOBI gaming63
SixthApexGanbaru61
SeventhHIT GAMING56
EighthDiaz54
NinthSBI e-Sports52
10thBAROWZ51
11thNAKED49
12thREIGNITE46
13thMeteor44
14thKINOTROPE gaming39
15thNebula e-Sports36
16thWhite Owl27
17thLEDIAN22
18thGHS Professional21
19thLFT WAW10
20thMukawakiN9

APAC South

PlacementTeamTotal Points
FirstMDY White86 [MP]
SecondInside The ring95
ThirdWonton Dumpling65
FourthXNY63
FifthAggressive Gamers Lunging62
SixthDEWA UNITED61
SeventhSpicy Burrito56
EighthFor Fun56
NinthBuriram United56
10thBearclaw Gaming48
11thT440
12thOUTSIDE39
13thAkuma35
14thKeep Going35
15thLets Go35
16thSWQ34
17thNo regret life28
18thHasbulla Habibis22
19th20th Guaranteed19
20thPopcorn10
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