Respawn Entertainment's battle royale game has surged in popularity with both the streaming and competitive gaming communities after its shock February 4 release.
Since that day, more and more tournaments have been announced for the free-to-play title and esports organizations have been on the lookout for recruits, hence Cloud 9 entering the fray.
"We are excited to introduce the start of the official Cloud9 Apex Legends roster," they tweeted from their account on March 21.
We are excited to introduce the start of the Official Cloud9 @playapex roster, #C9Apex, presented by @Sneaky!— Cloud9 (@Cloud9) March 21, 2019
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Their new roster includes four players, as mentioned earlier, which includes Joseph 'Frexs' Sanchez, Greg 'Grego' McAllen, Jamison 'PVPX' and Justin 'Chappie' Andrews - with both Frexs and Chappie having already represented the org in another battle royale, PUBG.
Cloud9 also put together a promotional video for the announcement of the new team, which will give fans - that may have never seen them play before - a glimpse of their play style.
Cloud9 is just the latest major esports organizations to make a move into the world of Apex Legends and we expect more will be announced in the near future.
We'll keep you updated as and when announcements are made.