Moist Esports wins the APAC South Regional Finals to qualify for the ALGS: 2023 Split 1 Playoffs.

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Moist Esports Wins ALGS APAC South Regional Finals With Three-Game Win Streak

Nutan Lele
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Moist Esports wins the APAC South Regional Finals to qualify for the ALGS: 2023 Split 1 Playoffs.
The team pulled off a three-game win streak in the Regional Finals to come in second place on the final leaderboards.

The Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Pro League is in full swing with the Asia Pacific (APAC) South Regional Finals coming to a conclusion yesterday. Moist Esports topped the leaderboards for the Regional Finals with a difference of 34 points to cement their place in playoffs. Although they got beat out by CS (now team Valiant) in terms of placement points, Moist Esports pulled off a three-game winstreak in the last three finales games.

Moist Esports top the leaderboards for ALGS Split 1 APAC South Regional Finals

Moist Esports had a strong run right from the Group Stages, picking up wins on Day 2 and Day 4. Going into the Regional Finals, the team picked up wins in the third, fourth and fifth match, racking up a total of 40 kills, 15 of them from the last match. This got them a total of 25 points in the final standings, putting their overall standing total at 125 points.

Moist Esports will join CS (Chicken Sandwich), DEWA United Esports, Boogie Boarders and EXO Clan in the ALGS: 2023 Split 1 Playoffs where they battle it out in February 2023 against top teams in the world. 

ALGS Split 1 APAC South Standings

The top 4 team from each region, including a fifth winner decided by the regional finals will qualify for the playoffs of ALGS 2023 Split 1. As of now a total of 9 teams have qualified for the Playoffs including South America’s Team Singularity, GØDFIRE, NorCal Esports, and K1CK. The first split for ALGS which started on 6th November will continue till 18th December. The top 4 winning teams from from EMEA (Europe, Middle East, ad Africa), North America and APAC North are yet to be decided with three more days of play remaining for most regions. They will join their APAC South and South American counterparts in the Playoffs held in February 2023. This year, the ALGS is hosting a prize pool of $5 Million USD.


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Nutan is experienced with content across various FPS, MOBA, and BR titles for both PC and mobile gaming. Basically, she's a Jill of all trades. As the former captain of an all-woman esports team, her roots lie firmly in PC gaming but she does enjoy that one map in Call of Duty: Mobile.

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