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The HER Galaxy Apex Legends tournament is starting today, featuring some of the most popular and talented female Apex players in the world.

After Nicholas “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff’s MFAM tournament caused a lot of controversy for having a lack of female players, the HER Galaxy tournament is here to provide more opportunities for women in the Apex Legends scene.

If you want to show some support, here’s how to tune in this weekend.

HER Galaxy Schedule

The HER Galaxy tournament begins Friday, April 28 at 5 PM PST. The HER Galaxy Open will then go on for three whole months, with top teams competing for the top prize of $100,000.

April 28 and April 29 are Play-In days, which will see the 40 best teams come out the other side. Bracket rounds will begin in May and run through June, with the top 20 teams from this part of the tourney qualifying for the finals.

  • April 28 at 5 PM PST: Play-In Day 1
  • April 29 at 3 PM PST: Play-In Day 2
  • May 19 at 5 PM PST: Lower Bracket Round 1
  • May 20 at 3 PM PST: Upper Bracket
  • June 24 at 3 PM PST: Lower Bracket Round 2
  • June 25 at 3 PM PST: Finals

Players Competing in HER Galaxy

The HER Galaxy Apex Legends Open will start with more than 100 teams, each with three players. A lot of the teams are made up of talented and hopeful amateurs, but there are also top Apex Legends players that are known all around the globe. Some of the players to watch out for include:

  • Acie
  • Avuhlie
  • Babynikki
  • ClaraAtWork
  • GuhRL
  • ItzJaney
  • KeleiRenay
  • LuluLuvely

Some of these content creators were the same ones that spoke out on Twitter about the MFAM tournament having a lack of women as captains and players. They are prominent influencers in the Apex Legends space known for their impressive gameplay.

This is the biggest women’s tournament in Apex Legends history, so the stakes are bigger than ever and the competition is as fierce as ever.

Where to Watch the HER Galaxy Apex Legends Tournament

If you want to watch the action, start today! Today and tomorrow are the Play-Ins, where you will see hundreds of women fight to make it to the next stage.

The event will be streamed on Galaxy Racer’s Twitch channel as well as Judy and Andrew Kristensen’s HisandHersLive Twitch channel. You’ll be able to not only check out the rounds but get some insight into the participants and learn more about the Apex Legends streaming scene.