Here are the Apex Legends Global Series Pro League standings

All the scores and standings you need to know.
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The next year of the Apex Legends Global Series is here, pitting the 150 best teams in the game across five regions of the world against each other in a weekly competition known as the Pro League. Pro League is where fans can see the best Apex in the world, from dominant team performances to jaw-dropping solo plays.

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In each region, 30 Pro League teams battle each other for standings over regular season splits, attempting to qualify for LAN playoffs taking place at the end of each split.

At the end of the regular season, the teams that performed best at those international LANs qualify for the biggest prize pool of the year at the ALGS Championship and the title of best Apex team in the world.

But before those LANs happen, the Pro Leagues have to play themselves out, determining each individual region’s best squads. Split One and its Playoffs already occurred, with TSM taking the crown on the international stage. Check out the guide below for all the teams, scores, and standings you need for Pro League Split Two.

All ALGS Pro League teams and groups in each region, Split 2

The following teams will participate in the second split of Pro League. Teams must finish in the top 20 of their respective regional Pro Leagues to qualify for Regional Finals. Regional Finals will determine the final standings of each Pro League and which teams qualify for the Split Two Playoffs in London.

North America

  • Group A: TSM, Complexity, Sentinels, Wildcard, Native Gaming, FaZe Clan, LANimals, LTC Esports, Meat Lovers, Team Diverge
  • Group B: NRG, DarkZero, 100 Thieves, OpTic, Glytch Energy, CLG, Noxious, AJC, CCE UCX, Drug Free
  • Group C: XSET, Luminosity Gaming, Oxygen Esports, FURIA, E8, Tripods, Drop-In Gaming, SCS, Rise, Team Inters

Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)

  • Group A: Acend, Vexed Gaming, LCDF, SAF Esports, Reply Totem, Game of Drones, FUT Esports, aNc Outplayed, 2R1C, Morning Stars
  • Group B: Alliance, Pioneers, Horizon Union, Fire Beavers, Ethernal, Myztro Gaming, DANISH, Phoenix Legacy, Heroez, DynastyESC
  • Group C: Element 6, JLINGZ Esports, Passion, Aurora, V2, Nightmare Esports, Gaimin Gladiators, KelaGaming, VORTEX CGO, Bitfix Gaming

APAC North

  • Group A: Fnatic, NORTHEPTION, FC destroy, MukawakiN, REIGNITE, RIDDLE ORDER, FENNEL, Predator, White Owl, Jadeite
  • Group B: GANBARE OTOUSAN, PULVEREX, GHS Professional, KINOTROPE gaming, Villain, Meteor, SBI e-Sports, LFT WAW, Mayobura, Circus
  • Group C: fun123, ENTER FORCE.36, Crazy Raccoon, NAKED, GROW Gaming, ORTHROS WOLF, Next Esports, BTe-sports, BAROWZ, COCOLOBI gaming

APAC South

  • Group A: Moist Esports, DEWA UNITED, Buriram United, Eternal PhotoN, MDY-WHITE, Golden Sage, ADL Wolves, 20th Guaranteed, Lets Go, F.A.T.E.
  • Group B: ONIC Esports, IronBloodGaming, Truth Esports, Inside the Ring, 505, Popcorn, Akuma, HRMGRD, XNY, Casuals
  • Group C: Tom Yum Kung, DreamFire, BLVKHVND, SWQ, Wonton Dumpling, T4, VK Gaming, AGL, DNZ, Forever LFT

South America

  • Group A: Team Singularity, ATHXHVY, Monterrey Esports, Valhalla, Vermouth, HYK, LFO Enygma, Insanity, Lay Down Gaming, Fenix Team
  • Group B: K1CK, Gosu, Fellas, KriticalRush, BreakingRullez, Flawless Gaming, HORUS, High Ping, ELN, Wkey
  • Group C: F/A Players, NorCal Esports, PiscoSouR, Lycus Empire, NORG, blackhat esports, 1iQ, TBG Esports, 5STARS, BAKAIhauS

Current ALGS Split 2 Pro League standings

North America

DarkZero won the NA Regional Final and automatically qualified for Split Two Playoffs.

TeamPoints
FirstXSET133
SecondDarkZero114
ThirdOptic Gaming113
FourthFURIA100
FifthFaZe96
SixthTSM90
SeventhNRG89
EighthGlytch Energy85
Ninth100 Thieves84
10thComplexity82
11thLuminosity82
12thWildcard80
13thMeat Lovers80
14thLANimals79
15thSentinels70
16thE866
17thOxygen Esports65
18thCLG59
19thNative Gaming55
20thDrug Free50
21stLTC Esports45
22ndTripods44
23rdAJC37
24thSCS36
25thTeam Diverge34
26thRise33
27thDrop-In Gaming30
28thNoxious27
29thTeam Inters26
30thCCE UCX16

EMEA

Alliance won the EMEA Regional Final and automatically qualified for Split Two Playoffs.

TeamPoints
FirstAlliance143
SecondVexed Gaming128
ThirdPioneers115
FourthFire Beavers107
FifthJLINGZ Esports99
SixthElement 699
SeventhAcend90
Eighth2R1C84
NinthAurora78
10thEthernal76
11thHorizon Union74
12thSAF Esports72
13thDANISH72
14thGaimin Gladiators71
15thV270
16thVORTEX CGO70
17thMyztro Gaming68
18thFUT Esports64
19thPhoenix Legacy56
20thBitfix Gaming47
21stDynastyESC43
22ndPassion40
23rdReply Totem38
24thLCDF36
25thaNc Outplayed36
26thGame of Drones34
27thKelaGaming31
28thHeroez22
29thNightmare Esports19
30thMorning Stars17

APAC North

Fnatic won the APAC North Regional Final and automatically qualified for Split Two Playoffs.

TeamPoints
FirstFnatic129
SecondNORTHEPTION128
ThirdGANBARE OTOUSAN119
Fourthfun123117
FifthNAKED111
SixthCrazy Raccoon108
SeventhRIDDLE ORDER101
EighthPULVEREX100
NinthFC destroy83
10thREIGNITE78
11thWhite Owl75
12thKINOTROPE gaming73
13thSBI e-Sports70
14thNext Esports69
15thCOCOLOBI gaming65
16thENTER FORCE.3659
17thLFT WAW53
18thGHS Professional49
19thCircus49
20thVillain47
21stMukawakiN43
22ndBTe-sports40
23rdMayobura37
24thGROW Gaming36
25thBAROWZ36
26thPredator34
27thHAO34
28thFENNEL32
29thMeteor14
30thJadeite11

APAC South

Moist Esports won the APAC South Regional Final and automatically qualified for Split Two Playoffs.

TeamPoints
FirstMoist Esports151
SecondONIC Esports136
ThirdBLVKHVND130
FourthDreamFire106
FifthMDY-WHITE96
SixthTom Yum Kung94
SeventhDEWA UNITED91
EighthAGL90
NinthBuriram United79
10thWonton Dumpling75
11thDNZ74
12thPopcorn72
13thInside The ring70
14thIronBloodGaming69
15th50568
16thXNY66
17thADL Wolves65
18thGolden Sage60
19thEternaL PhotoN56
20thSWQ53
21stLets Go48
22ndT448
23rdAkuma47
24thTruth Esports32
25thForever LFT29
26thCasuals22
27thF.A.T.E.19
28th20th Guaranteed19
29thHRMGRD16
30thVK Gaming3

South America

Fellas won the South America Regional Final, and automatically qualified for the Split Two Playoffs.

TeamPoints
FirstF/A Players143
SecondATHXHVY127
ThirdFellas125
FourthGosu119
FifthLeaveNoWitness114
SixthNorCal Esports114
SeventhTeam Singularity106
EighthK1CK96
NinthNORG91
10thblackhat esports83
11thVermouth72
12thKriticalRush71
13thValhalla70
14thHigh Ping64
15thLycus Empire58
16thHYK55
17thPiscoSouR53
18thLFO Enygma53
19thBreakingRullez49
20thELN49
21stTBG Esports46
22ndWkey44
23rd1iQ37
24thHORUS31
25thBAKAIhauS31
26thFlawless Gaming30
27th5STARS24
28thFenix Team20
29thInsanity13
30thWELTSCHMERZ12

These standings will be updated as the ALGS season progresses.

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