These Clips Prove Apex Legends Streamers Can Beat Pros

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Professionals and streamers have a strange relationship with Apex Legends. The top of the Apex Legends ranked Arenas would be filled with as many pros as streamers. It's hard to believe because most gamers try to become pros quickly, but most streamers don't want to play for teams in tournaments.

However, the streamers below show they could hold their own in a professional tournament, if not destroy them. Coming into Apex Legends Season 11, the game is bringing in some great names.


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Nicholas 'NICKMERCS' Kolcheff has tried the tournament scene before and not done as well as he'd hoped. Still, he's a great player on his own and is constantly taking out squads single-handedly. We've done an article on him destroying ImperialHal before, but this 3 v 1 displays just how awesome Nick really is.

There's no telling how far that throw actually was. There's got to be a good few football fields between Timmy 'iiTzTimmy' An and his enemy. He threw that one from uptown all the way downtown and still hit the mark--it was insanely good. iiTzTimmy will forever be up there with ImperialHal and Snip3down.


(Yes, he was a pro, but he's not anymore.)

When he's not claiming that Apex Legends Ranked is harder than construction work, Turner 'Tfue' Tenney plays well. Here he is destroying enemies and staying in the zone. While Tfue is best known as an influencer, he has the skill required to be a pro in many games. He was once even a match for Ninja, who happened to have been a pro player.

One of the best ways to get attention is to show how good you are. That definitely helps out the streamers above, and anyone that thinks they have a clip to prove their worth, message us on Facebook and we'll give you a form where we'll broadcast it.