Europe’s best Apex Legends players to meet at BLAST Titans

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BLAST Titans will welcome the best Apex Legends players from all over Europe next month (July 23-25 & July 31-August 1) - the esports tournament organiser’s first event in the popular battle royale game. 

The inaugural BLAST Titans tournament will see 40 teams, including the likes of Gambit, Alliance and NAVI, competing online over two weekends of action with a €40,000 prize pool on the line along with added motivation of establishing themselves as the best team in Europe. 
BLAST Titans will be broadcast exclusively on Twitch and will be supported by the leading live streaming platform. The host English language broadcast will be live from   


The first weekend (July 23-25) will be a double elimination battle royale event involving 40 teams, which will be made up of the top 20 European teams on recent form, 10 invited wildcard teams and 10 teams via open qualifiers. The second weekend (July 31-August 1) will feature the top 20 teams from weekend one, facing each other in an innovative format that will be announced closer to the time. 

Battle Royale Double Elimination (40 teams - €20,000 prize money)

  • Day one (Friday, July 23): group stages 
  • Day two (Saturday, July 24): upper and lower bracket stages 
  • Day three (Sunday, July 25): finals 

TBC format (20 best teams - €20,000 prize money)

  • Day four (Saturday, July 31): TBC
  • Day five (Sunday, August 1): TBC

Teams set to compete in BLAST Titans include: SCARZ Europe, Fire Beavers, SoloQgoats, UNDERRATED, Aqualix, Endeavour, Forg Gang, Gambit, Alliance, NAVI, Purge, Yapeers, NEW Esports, FlavorOfTheMonth, Totem Esports, TD, Magicians, Third Impact K1CK and Fight of Fancy.  

Leo Matlock, VP of Commercial at BLAST, said: "Apex Legends has become a hugely popular game since it’s introduction in early 2019 and BLAST believe that growth and esports infrastructure will continue on its fantastic upward trajectory. 
“We’re delighted to introduce BLAST Titans to the community and bring our renowned broadcast, production alongside our commercial and media partners to create a unique experience for the Apex Legends and wider gaming audience to enjoy.” 


In April this year, EA announced that Apex Legends had surpassed 100 million players, a 30% year-on-year growth and its esports event viewership had grown in line with the popularity of the game. 

Teams looking to compete in the tournament via open qualifiers can find out more information here - teams will be able to register from 12pm CEST on Friday, 25 June. Further information on talent, teams and formats will be announced in the coming weeks on the BLAST Titans Twitter account.

Joe Lovelace
Senior PR Manager
About BLAST BLAST is a global esports media network delivering world-class entertainment experiences. In 2020, BLAST saw over 146 million views and 1.5 billion minutes of content consumed across its platforms while expanding its product offering to bring over 500 hours of world-class esports to fans in multiple formats including popular titles CS:GO, VALORANT and DOTA 2. The esports entertainment company has over 1 million subscribers and followers and is enjoyed in over 150 territories. BLAST creates new technology, production, content and platforms in partnership with leading brands, broadcasters and communities across the globe.