The empty stage of the ALGS Playoffs, at the Copper Box Arena in London.
Photo by Joe Brady via Apex Legends Esports

ALGS Split 2 Playoffs 2023: Scores, standings, and results

Which teams made it to the next stage, and which got eliminated?

The Apex Legends Global Series comes back to the Copper Box Arena in London, featuring a roster of 40 new and returning international teams from all five major leagues, competing to prove that they’re the best team in the game. And we’ll be following the ALGS standings every step of the way.

The tournament will take place over four days and three different stages, each with their own leaderboard to track and follow. It can be tough for fans to keep up with their favorite team’s current standings and which bracket they end up in after the initial group stage.

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For new and old spectators, we’ve compiled a list of the scores and standings for all 40 teams in each stage of the tournament. Just check out the guide below for the latest updates to the Split Two Playoffs standings.

ALGS Split 2 Playoffs 2023: Full scores and standings

Group Stage standings

All 40 teams attending are divided into four groups, who will play the other groups once in a round robin format of six games each, totaling 18 games for each team in the group stage. The cumulative score will decide the top 20 teams that move up to the Winners Bracket, and the bottom 20 teams that fall down to Losers Bracket Round One.

The group stage standings are now final.

TeamPoints
FirstTSM197
SecondAlliance194
ThirdFNATIC143
FourthOxygen Esports141
FifthDarkZero141
SixthGANBARE OTOUSAN136
Seventh100 Thieves135
EighthNRG129
NinthLG Chivas126
10thNAKED124
11thPULVEREX122
12thFC Destroy122
13thEntropiq117
14thXSET109
15thElement 6108
16thACEND106
17thFaZe100
18thMoist Esports97
19thPioneers94
20thRealize92
↑Top 20 to Winners
↓Bottom 20 to Losers
21stComplexity91
22ndNORTHEPTION90
23rdFire Beavers88
24thGoNext85
25thRIDDLE ORDER85
26thDreamFire84
27thSAF Esports83
28thBLVKHVND82
29thCrazy Raccoon81
30thMDY-WHITE80
31stONIC Esports78
32ndAurora71
33rdVexed Gaming67
34thLeaveNoWitness67
35thOpTic Gaming63
36thJLINGZ Esports59
37thFURIA58
38thGLYTCH50
39thNOCTEM40
40thATHXHVY32

Bracket Stage standings

The Bracket Stage consists of three phases: Winners Bracket, Losers Bracket Round One, and Losers Bracket Round Two. The Winners Bracket features the top 20 teams from the group stage in a six-game series, with the top 10 directly advancing to the Finals and receiving bonus points based on their standings. The bottom 10 will advance to Losers Bracket Round Two.

The bottom 20 teams from the groups stage will compete in Losers Bracket Round One, with the top 10 advancing to Losers Bracket Round Two, and the bottom 10 teams eliminated from the event. The remaining 20 teams will compete in one last six-game lobby, with the top 10 advancing to the Finals and the bottom 10 eliminated from the tournament.

Losers Bracket Round One

TeamPoints
FirstOpTic Gaming63
SecondFire Beavers56
ThirdNORTHEPTION55
FourthComplexity46
FifthJLINGZ Esports45
SixthDreamFire43
SeventhONIC Esports41
EighthBLVKHVND38
NinthGoNext36
10thRIDDLE ORDER34
↑Top 10 to Losers Round Two
↓Bottom 10 Eliminated
11thAurora33
12thMDY-WHITE31
13thGLYTCH29
14thLeaveNoWitness29
15thCrazy Raccoon21
16thSAF Esports19
17thFURIA14
18thATHXHVY13
19thNOCTEM6
20thVexed Gaming6

Winners Bracket

TeamPoints
FirstMoist Esports64
SecondTSM60
ThirdAlliance56
FourthOxygen Esports54
FifthFnatic46
SixthPULVEREX46
SeventhLG Chivas43
EighthDarkZero39
NinthNRG36
10thGANBARE OTOUSAN31
↑Top 10 to Finals
↓Bottom 10 to Losers Round Two
11thFaZe31
12thXSET25
13thPioneers22
14thEntropiq18
15th100 Thieves17
16thAcend17
17thElement 615
18thRealize11
19thNAKED10
20thFC destroy8

Losers Bracket Round Two

TeamPoints
FirstBLVKHVND61
SecondXSET53
ThirdRIDDLE ORDER51
FourthFire Beavers51
FifthFC destroy39
Sixth100 Thieves37
SeventhPioneers37
EighthOpTic Gaming36
NinthAcend33
10thFaZe33
↑Top 10 to Finals
↓Bottom 10 Eliminated
11thRealize30
12thJLINGZ Esports29
13thGoNext29
14thElement 626
15thDreamFire25
16thNAKED24
17thONIC Esports21
18thEntropiq17
19thComplexity12
20thNORTHEPTION11

Finals

The Finals round will consist of the final 20 teams playing in match point format. The 10 teams who advanced from the Winners Bracket begin with up to 10 points, depending on their placement in the previous round, while the teams who advanced from Losers Bracket Round Two will start with zero points. Instead of playing six games, teams will have to reach 50 points and then win a game to win the Split Two Playoffs, with no limit on the max amount of games played in the Finals. Teams must already have 50 points at the start of the game to be considered match point eligible, and will not win the Finals if they reach 50 points in the middle of a game.

TeamPoints
FirstDarkZero91 [W]
SecondTSM73 [MP]
ThirdOxygen Esports60 [MP]
FourthXSET56 [MP]
FifthFaZe55 [MP]
SixthPioneers50
SeventhMoist Esports49
EighthOpTic Gaming46
NinthAlliance43
10thFnatic41
11thNRG41
12thLG Chivas37
13thFC destroy36
14th100 Thieves29
15thGANBARE OTOUSAN25
16thPULVEREX24
17thFire Beavers20
18thRIDDLE ORDER20
19thBLVKHVND15
20thAcend4

ALGS Split 2 Playoffs 2023 full schedule

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

The schedule for the ALGS Split Two Playoffs, featuring white text on a red background.
The Split Two Playoffs schedule. Image via ALGS

Thursday, July 13

Group stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
C vs. D10:00am5:00am4:00am2:00am7:00pm
A vs. B2:15pm9:15am7:15am6:15am11:15pm
A vs. C6:30pm1:30pm12:30pm10:30amJuly 14 3:30am

Friday, July 14

Group stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
B vs. D10:00am5:00am4:00am2:00am7:00pm
A vs. D2:15pm9:15am7:15am6:15am11:15pm
B vs. C6:30pm1:30pm12:30pm10:30amJuly 15 3:30am

Saturday, July 15

Bracket stage

BSTESTCSTPSTAEST
Elimination Round One10:00am5:00am4:00am2:00am7:00pm
Winners Bracket2:15pm9:15am7:15am6:15am11:15pm
Elimination Round Two6:30pm1:30pm12:30pm10:30amJuly 16 3:30am

Sunday, July 16 – Finals

The finals of the Split 2 Playoffs will begin at 4:00pm BST in London. This means they will begin 11:00am EST, 10:00am CST, 8:00am PST, and at 1:00am AEST on July 17.


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