Apex Legends Pro ImperialHal Impresses Fans With His Impeccable Sportsmanship in a Massive $2,000,000 Tournament

Published 07/10/2022, 11:10 AM EDT

Setting a brilliant example of sportsmanship, renowned Apex Legends pro, ImperialHal, refused to take down a disconnected enemy in a match of the ongoing Apex Legends Global Series 2022 tournament. Moreover, his act has impressed a large audience even though he hasn’t been very much of a favorite due to his toxic behavior.

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The extremely talented in-game leader of TSM’s current Apex Legends Roster is infamous for his strong language. However, his skills are undeniably strong. In fact, Apex fans widely regard ImperialHal as one of the most successful Apex Legends players.

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The on-going Apex Legends Global Series 2022 featured a very competition, with underdog teams displaying up-scaled performances. Surprisingly, prominent teams like TSM, 100 Thieves, and OpTic Gaming were pushed to the Loser’s Bracket after Winner’s Bracket Round 1, dismaying a lot of fans. However, most of them managed to make a comeback in the Loser’s Bracket round, with 100 Thieves topping the LB Round 2 charts.

 ImperialHal refused to take an extra kill point

In a Loser’s Bracket Round 2 match, TSM ran into a disconnected player outside of the popular POI, Capitol City, which is now split into Fragment East and Fragment West. According to ImperialHal, it was a player of SCARZ.

As fans know, both TSM and SCARZ were in danger of not making it to the Finals, slated to happen tomorrow. Even though TSM had the chance to grab an extra point for Loser’s Bracket Round 2, ImperialHal didn’t take advantage. He also asked his teammates to not shoot.

The clip of ImperialHal’s modesty went viral on Twitter and Reddit as fans couldn’t get enough of his wholesome behavior. Although ImperialHal’s behavior isn’t the best at most times, fans appreciated his immense sportsmanship in such an important tournament. Here are a few fan reactions:

SCARZ also took the chance to appreciate the help.

You’re an inspiration, ImperialHal!

A wholesome moment.

TSM’s current roster includes ImperialHal, Verhulst, and Reps. On the other hand, SCARZ has Mande, RPR, and Taisheen. According to reports, it was Mande who faced an issue leading to a disconnection from the match. Luckily, both TSM and SCARZ managed to qualify for the Finals tomorrow.

Apex Legends Global Series Finals will begin on July 10

According to the tournament format, 20 teams will be fighting for the ALGS Crown in the Finals. The Apex Legends ESports team announced the timings in a tweet. In fact, the tournament holds a huge prize pool of $2,000,000.

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With ImperialHal setting an example, he has truly given every e-athlete a reason to be good. We wish TSM and ImperialHal all the best for tomorrow’s Finals!

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What do you think about ImperialHal’s sportsmanship in Apex Legends Global Series? Let us know in the comments!

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Sharmila Ganguly

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Sharmila Ganguly is an Esports author at EssentiallySports. After completing her Bachelor's degree in engineering, she pursued her love for writing and most importantly, video games. All kinds of video games intrigue her, but her love for shooter video games like Valorant knows no bounds.

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