Gwinett Technical College Esports Panel – How to break into esports

On Tuesday August 9th over 75 students gathered for the Georgia Game Developers event at Gwinett Technical College. The event, How to break into game dev and esports, was from 6-9pm and students, faculty and gamers from across the state attended to get a first hand look at some of the indie games that were present, network with others and attend the 2 panels offered.

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Usher’s New Look Atlanta Esports Excursion

On Thursday July 20, Atlanta Premier hosted the “Atlanta Esports Excursion”, with students from the Usher’s New Look disruptivator summit 2022, at the Johnson Stem Activity Center. By standing alongside professionals, they were able to see first hand, that It Is possible, and this is how you become an inventor, professional gamer, robotics engineer and music producer.

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Atlanta Premier & NXT UP Esports Logo
Today we announce a new partnership with NXT UP Esports to bring esports training camps to youth players in Atlanta, GA!

Atlanta Premier Partners with NXT UP Esports

Atlanta Premier and NXT UP Esports today announced a partnership to create esports summer camps in the Atlanta community. 

Through Atlanta Premier’s connection to local youth, the two companies will team up to create in-person and virtual esports camps. Camps will teach players advanced in-game skills and strategies while also focusing on developing teamwork and leadership skills. The first camp will start this coming July.

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Premier Enters Apex Legends Pro League



In June, the inaugural Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Championship showcased 170 of the best Apex Legends squads from all over the world as they battled for the coveted championship title and their share of an ALGS record $2.5 million prize pool.

The ALGS Championship generated an average minute audience (AMA) of over 180K during the North America Finals across player streams, watch parties and our official broadcast, establishing a new ALGS viewership record. This exceeded our previously most-watched ALGS competition – the NA Winter Circuit Playoffs in March 2021 – by 32 percent.

ALGS fans watched more than 3.5 million hours across the North America and Europe, Middle East & Africa Championship Group Stages and Finals, which resulted in more than 90K AMA for those competitions. Apex Legends competitive gaming continues to be one of many momentum drivers for EA & Respawn as the franchise continues to reach new audiences.

Earlier this year, Apex Legends surpassed 100 million total players and throughout the first half of 2021, was the second most tweeted about video game in the world.

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Year 2 of the ALGS will award a $5,000,000 USD total prize pool, and our intent if conditions allow is to return to in-person competition with three live events at which we’ll crown global champions.


  • Preseason Qualifiers: September – October, 2021
  • Pro League Regular Season – Split 1: October – December, 2021
  • Challenger Circuit – Split 1: October – December, 2021
  • Split 2 Pro League Qualifiers: January 2022
  • Split 1 Playoffs: January 2022
  • Pro League Regular Season – Split 2: February – March, 2022
  • Challenger Circuit – Split 2: February – March, 2022
  • Split 2 Playoffs: May 2022
  • Championship Last Chance Qualifiers: May 2022
  • Year 2 – ALGS Championship: July 2022


⭐️Celebrate this incredible talent!
Here are the first 100 of the final 200 teams confirmed for the inaugural #ALGS Pro League.

🧵Are your favorite teams part of the competition?

🎉 Pro League Invited Teams for NA🎉

— Apex Legends Esports (@PlayApexEsports) September 2, 2021