ALGS 2023 Championship dates & UK venue revealed

ALGS 2023 Championship dates & UK venue revealed
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Written by 

Alex Garton


16th Jul 2023 20:36

The ALGS Split 2 Playoffs have finally concluded with DarkZero Esports being crowned as the winners and taking home the trophy.

However, now all eyes are firmly fixed on the 2023 ALGS Championship that will bring the best teams in the world together once again to compete, but this time for a massive $2 million prize pool.

Until now, the ALGS have remained tight-lipped on when the Championship will be taking place and where the venue will be.

Well, we finally know all the details for anyone whose keen to attend the major event and watch top-tier Apex Legends live.

ALGS 2023 Championship start date & details

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The ALGS 2023 Championship will take place from September 6 to September 10, giving fans four days of action-packed competitive Apex Legends to enjoy.

Tickets will go on sale for the 2023 ALGS Championship on Friday July 21, at 10AM BST.

If you can't make the event in-person, the whole competition will be streamed as always and there's bound to be more Twitch drops available for all the cosmetic fans out there.

ALGS 2023 Championship will be hosted in Birmingham, UK

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In terms of the venue, the 2023 ALGS Championship will be held in the UK once again just like the Playoffs. However, this time the venue won't be in London, with the major event scheduled to be hosted at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham.

Part of the NEC complex, the Resorts World Arena has 15,685 seats, meaning there's plenty of space to fit thousands of ALGS fans.

Now, it's just a case of counting down the days until September, when the pros will once again come together in the hopes of taking the Championship trophy.

Alex Garton
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Alex Garton
Alex is a Senior Writer at GGRecon. With a BA (Hons) in English, he has previously written for Dexerto & Gfinity. Specialising in Call of Duty & Apex Legends, he loves (attempting) to improve his aim in competitive shooters and will always make time for a single-player RPG.
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