Nickmercs GOING PRO In Apex Legends

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    Nickmercs revealed on his Twitch stream that while he was returning to Warzone for the new Caldera map, it was only temporary, and that he was in fact looking to go pro in Apex Legends next year.

    A lot of the MFAM wondered just how long Nickmercs would stick around for the new pacific update and Caldera map in Warzone…and Nick finally has an answer, telling Twitch chat he was only sticking around for a little while, because he was going to dedicate time to becoming an Apex Legends pro and playing in the ALGS next year.

    After hitting Predator in back to back seasons of Apex Legends, Nickmercs says he’s eager to see how he stacks up in ALGS, and wants to give the pro league a try with his duo ItsDeeds, and was just looking to get 1 more member for their pro squad.

    So while Nickmercs may be playing some Warzone for now, don’t get used to seeing him on Caldera, because his plans for the future are all based around grinding Apex Legends and making a name for himself on the ALGS pro scene. And if his Twitch viewers aren’t here for a big Apex Grind, Nick doesn’t mind, and plans to do it anyway.

    What is your thought? Thanks for reading and have a nice day!

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