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Apex Legends

Guild Esports has exited competitive Apex Legends

It has parted ways with its roster as part of the decision.

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The London-based, David Beckham-backed esports organisation Guild Esports has announced that it is leaving competitive Apex Legends. Revealed in a tweet, the decision also means that it is parting ways with the roster of individuals that represented Guild in tournaments on the game.

There's no exact reason for the departure, as all that Guild has stated is:

"It's with a heavy heart that we announce our departure from the Apex Legends pro scene.

We would like to thank @matafe_, @Horizxonn & @SiltaApex for giving it their all.

We wish them all the best for the future."

As for where its three players will end remains to be determined, as neither have signed elsewhere just yet.

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