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Apex Legends

Dignitas signs an Apex Legends team

Three former H1Z1 players join the organisation to compete in Respawn's battle royale title, joining the likes of Cloud9 who are also signing squads.

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Esports organisation Dignitas has joined the growing esports scene for Respawn Entertainment's Apex Legends, with the squad accumulating $330,000 USD in prize money for H1Z1 in the past.

Nhan 'Shurimawizard' Le, Miguel Angel 'Mig_99' Medina Jr., and Jaime 'CrozzoveR' Alvarez are the three players in the squad, all of which reside in California and have experienced success in Daybreak's battle royale title, so they know the genre.

"We are delighted to have Shurimawizard, Mig_99 and CrozzoveR joining Dignitas," said Dignitas CEO Michael Prindiville. "Their pedigree within the battle royale genre speaks for itself and we believe their upside is limitless. We look forward to helping nurture them professionally and to the exciting future of Apex Legends esports."

"Joining Dignitas is a monumental move in my gaming career. My team and I cannot wait to compete in Apex Legends as a part of Dignitas," explained Shurimawizard. "I am grateful for the opportunity to represent this organization and am looking forward to joining to the Dignitas family."

Other teams like Cloud9 and The Sentinels have recently revealed Apex Legends squads as well, so there should be plenty of action to look forward to in the coming year.

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