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Apex Legends • Feb 21, 2019

How to become an Apex Legends pro with the first pro Discord

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How to become an Apex Legends pro with the first pro Discord

If you think you have the talent to play Apex Legends at the top level, then this Discord server geared toward the competitive community could be a good place to get started.

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Even though Apex Legends is only a few weeks old at this point, members of the competitive community have gotten together to create a new Discord server that's open to all aspiring players and teams.

Taking inspiration from the successful and highly popular Fortnite pro Discord, Wawa & CAlan created the Discord with the competitive community in mind. 

Do you have what it takes to "Become a Legend" and go pro in Apex?

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They also brought Ghost Gaming Fortnite player Enzo 'Enzo' Simonette into the fold to assist in setting things up, with EA also keeping a close eye to obtain community feedback and communicate with members of the competitive scene. 

The Discord is currently getting full in hurry, too, having already attracted over 12,000 members, despite having only created the Discord on February 11.

Players from organizations like FaZe Clan, NRG Esports, Team Liquid and Cloud9 are already part of the server, and there are scouts from 100 Thieves and Team SoloMid on the lookout for players.

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The day-to-day purpose of the Apex Pro Discord is to allow teams to setup 'scrims', or practice matches, and there are 'Ranked gameplay leaderboards' posted daily, giving an incentive for players to grind their way up the list.

If you are an aspiring pro player, or just want to play Apex Legends in a more competitive setting, then the Discord will certainly be a good place to start.

You can join the Discord server via direct invitation here, and more details can be found on the official website.

Apex Legends is still less than a month old, but the potential for a fully fledged professional and amateur scene is already being realized. With EA looking for feedback and communication, this could be the start of next big battle royale esport.

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