Cheat-Makers Say They're Cleaning Up In Apex Legends  Kotaku

According to five creators and sellers of aimbots and hacks who spoke with Kotaku, Apex Legends has become big business for cheat-makers.

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Twitch streamer Ninja was reportedly paid $1 million to play EA’s latest battle royale Apex Legends in the early hours after it launched in February. His live-streaming helped the game gain traction among his 13 million followers and an anonymous source told Reuters that the several hours of streaming earned him the easy million.His streaming deal helped Apex grow more popular

Twitch streamer Ninja reportedly earned $1 million for promoting Apex Legends launch - The Verge

Apex Legends recently released amid a good amount of buzz from both media and influencers, the latter working closely with EA in advertising partnerships.Apex Legends recently released amid a good amount of buzz from both media and influencers, the latter working closely with EA in advertising partnerships.

EA paid Ninja $1 million to promote Apex Legends - VG247

We know Season 1 of "Apex Legends" is releasing at some point in March, and an employee released a brief update on when we can expect it.We know Season 1 of

'Apex Legends' provides update regarding Season 1 Battle Pass release date | Sporting News

“Also I see so many hacker tweets about Apex and that questionable wingman change. Really want to see @PlayApex get this right. But also remember it took fortnite 1-2 months to release their GOD TIER hacker update where we almost never saw them again.”

Ninja 🇺🇸 on Twitter: "Also I see so many hacker tweets about Apex and that questionable wingman change. Really want to see @PlayApex get this right. But also remember it took fortnite 1-2 months to release their GOD TIER hacker update where we almost never saw them again."

“Report: EA Paid Ninja $1 Million To Stream Apex Legends. The stats point to it being worth it too... https://t.co/I8Bw3XwpDl”

Joe Tidy on Twitter: "Report: EA Paid Ninja $1 Million To Stream Apex Legends. The stats point to it being worth it too... https://t.co/I8Bw3XwpDl"

“If EA did pay Ninja $1 million to promote Apex Legends, I'm pretty sure that is only for a single day. I don't think he has had the #AD indicator since launch. Could involve other promotional appearances or consultancy works, though. Probably.”

Jeffrey Grubb 🔜🛌 on Twitter: "If EA did pay Ninja $1 million to promote Apex Legends, I'm pretty sure that is only for a single day. I don't think he has had the #AD indicator since launch. Could involve other promotional appearances or consultancy works, though. Probably."

“Hard to tell at the moment whether this was a lump sum doled out by EA, but if so, that’s a serious amount of money Ninja made for about 4-5 days of Apex Legends streams https://t.co/hFyDspYzDC”

Nick Statt on Twitter: "Hard to tell at the moment whether this was a lump sum doled out by EA, but if so, that’s a serious amount of money Ninja made for about 4-5 days of Apex Legends streams https://t.co/hFyDspYzDC"

There are Asian Apex Legends players who are asking developer Respawn Entertainment to make the Chinese version region locked.There are Asian Apex Legends players who are asking developer Respawn Entertainment to make the Chinese version region locked.

Apex Legends Players Are Calling for China to Be Region Locked

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The cheater was seen during a broadcast by TrainwrecksTV.

Apex Legends speedhacker caught during livestream | Dot Esports

Our extensive Apex Legends benchmarks start with the Core i9-9900K, with some of the best graphics cards you can buy.Our extensive Apex Legends benchmarks start with the Core i9-9900K, with some of the best graphics cards you can buy.

Apex Legends Benchmarked: Core i9-9900K With The Latest GPUs

What are a few hours playing videogames and a handful of tweets worth? US$1mil if you are Tyler Blevins, known to millions as "Ninja," the world's most-followed computer gamer.What are a few hours playing videogames and a handful of tweets worth? US$1mil if you are Tyler Blevins, known to millions as "Ninja," the world's most-followed computer gamer.

Top gamer ‘Ninja’ made US$1mil to promote EA’s ‘Apex Legends’ launch: source - Tech News | The Star Online

Forget all about the Season One Battle Pass. EA fans have spoken, and what they want is Apex Legends ankle biting. When do they want it? Now. Forget all about the Season One Battle Pass. EA fans have spoken, and what they want is Apex Legends ankle biting. When do they want it? Now.

Apex Legends Players Really Want Ankle Biting Mechanic

Apex Legends’ map is full of different locations to drop in on, some of them more interactive than others, and players are now getting to voice their opinions on the best drop zones in a bracket brawl organized by Respawn.Through one tweet the led to many more following it, Respawn kicked off a [...]Apex Legends’ map is full of different locations to drop in on, some of them more interactive [...]

'Apex Legends' Players Are Voting for Their Favorite Drop Zones

It's no secret that EA paid top streamers to promote (and to some extent, influence) Apex Legends, but how much did those streamers make? In one case, it might...It's no secret that EA paid top streamers to promote (and to some extent, influence) Apex Legends, but how much did those streamers make? In one case, it might...

EA reportedly paid Ninja $1 million to stream 'Apex Legends'

'You should not treat any of that info as a source of truth.''You should not treat any of that info as a source of truth.'

Respawn plays down Apex Legends datamine leaks - VideoGamer.com

Datamining is not the source of truth say Respawn. #ApexLegends

Respawn Entertainment clarify Apex Legends datamine