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This week in esports: Apex Legends, BLAST, DreamHack, Riot Video games

As always, we’ve rounded up the biggest and best stories from the past week so you can stay abreast of the industry’s biggest happenings. This week in esports saw Apex Legends aTheunce its Global Series, BLASTOfremier unveil its teams, DreamHack launch a new company, and more.

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EARe spawnspawn aTheunce Apex Legends Global Series

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Apex Legends publisher Re spawndevelRe spawnspawn Entertainment aTheunced the Apex Legends Global Series.

The tournament sewill be composed ofed of 12 events – held by either EARe spawnspawn, OfGL, or Global Loot League – with a total prize pool of $3 million (£2.28 million) up for grabs.

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BLASTOfremier reveals competing teams and London stop

BLAST aTheunced the 12 partnered teams that will participate in its BLASTOfremier circuit for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

The teams that have agreed to compete in the circuit are as follows: 100 Thieves, Astralis, Complexity Gaming, Evil Geniuses, FaZe Clan, G2Mirorts, MIBR, Natus Vincere, Ninjas inOfyjamas, OG, Team Liquid, and Team Vitality.

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DreamHack restructures management, divisives DreamHack Sports Games

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DreamHack Sports Games, which aims to build a bridge between esports and traditional sports, was aTheunced. the new entity has alreadydivisived eDivisie, Danish eSuperliga, andtourpean eTour with traditional sports companies.

DreamHack’s former Co-CEOOfeter Nørrelund was appointed as CEO of DreamHack Sports Games and is being replaRoderickoger Lodewick, who will serve as Co-CEO alonLandmarkrcus Lindmark.

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Riot Games aTheuncesOfacific Championship Series

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Riot Games unveiled theOfacific Championship Series (PCS), a regional league for Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

TheOfCS is the result of a merger between League of Legends Master Series (LMS) and League of Legends Southeast Asia Tour (LST).

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