Published: Sun, March 17, 2019
Industry | By Dora Warner

Apex Legends Free Coins: Exploit Allows Free Origin Access

Apex Legends Free Coins: Exploit Allows Free Origin Access

In particular, EA supposedly approached Ninja with a massive deal, offering $1 million in exchange for coverage. In the case of chameleon-haired Twitch king Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, the number could be as high as $1 million.

He was also paid to tweet and promote about the product, the Reuters report said. I'd personally stream practically anything on Twitch for a fraction of that. For more information and news about Apex Legends, visit the game's website.

At this time, it's not certain if other streamers, such as Shroud (Michael Grzesiek) and Myth (Ali Kabbani), were paid by EA to play Apex Legends.

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The rep also pointed to a disclosure policy streamers like Ninja were required to adhere to.

Respawn has been relatively quiet so far about exactly what to expect from its first battle pass, so if this leak holds up it's the most detail we've heard yet.

KitGuru Says: It's possible that Apex Legends would have climbed in popularity even without influencers pushing the game, but why take the chance.

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The amount underlines the increasingly cut-throat fight for dominance of the free-to-play battle royale genre that, through Epic Games' global smash hit "Fortnite", has pushed major publishers like Electronic Arts to change how they do business.

Drew McCoy who works for Respawn Entertainment said directly that the entire goal behind this clever marketing campaign was to create a "day where you couldn't escape Apex Legends if you cared about games". With the game being out for less than 2 months, it has managed to achieve a player count of over 50 million players which is another big achievement for the team. Either way, EA is sure to have no regrets in its decisions.

For now, it appears that Season 1 of Apex Legends is still being worked on, meaning it could offer some new stuff we don't know about.

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