Apex Legends: Top 20 highest-earning pro players in 2023

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Wondering who the highest-earning Apex Legends pros are? Here’s a complete list of the top 20, including how much they have earned from playing Respawn’s battle royale professionally.

Apex Legends‘ pro scene is extremely competitive, as players from across the globe choose their Legends and compete in the Apex Legends Global Series to lift the highly prestigious Championship trophy.

With the 2023 ALGS Championship ending in dramatic fashion on September 10, seeing TSM take the win, many fans may be wondering who the highest-earning players are.

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So, with that said, here are the top 20 highest-earning Apex Legends pros, including where they come from, and their total earnings.

Top 20 highest-earning Apex Legends pros

#Player nameCountryEarnings
17oh NocturnalUSA$166,936
20KaronPeSouth Korea$154,593

Thanks to the information provided by Liquipedia, as you can see, TSM’s ImperialHal tops the list with a huge $694,658, while his teammates Reps and Verhaulst sit closely behind in second and third.

This is thanks to the massive win TSM earned at the 2023 ALGS Championship in Birmingham, UK. TSM managed to win three games in a row to secure victory, an incredible achievement that earned them $600,000 of the 2 million dollar prize pool.

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Further, they also won the ALGS Split 1 Playoff back in February, which also added to their earnings making them the most successful and highest-earning ALGS team in the world.

The next names in the list include the DarkZero players Zer0, Genburten, and Sharky, who are also an extremely successful pro team as they won the 2022 ALGS Championship and Split 2 Playoffs in 2023. In a list dominated by players from the USA, these boys have strongly represented Australia.

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The top 20 is filled with ALGS esports players from successful teams that manage to place high and earn respectable winnings, including NRG, OpTic Gaming, Alliance, and FaZe.

As we enter the fourth year of the ALGS, things will likely change with each major tournament, so we’ll be sure to update. For now, check out some of our guides on Apex below:

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