Apex Legends Player Gets Incredible Response After Challenging EA Support To A Match



An Apex Legends player has taken to Reddit to share one of the most wholesome EA Support conversations we’ve ever seen.

User Dvitash wrote: “Jokingly asked EA support to play a game of Apex, did not expect this.”

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The conversation goes as follows:

EA Support: Just to recap our conversation, today we refunded your Origin access Annual membership. Thank you for your valuable time. Aside from this concern, would there be anything else I can help you with?

Dvitash: Thank you. Will it be in my bank immediately?


EA Support: Nope it can take 5-10 days based on your bank’s processing time

Dvitash: Okay, thank you. Another question, completely not professional lmao, but you tryna play Apex?

EA Support: Yup I do

EA Support: 🙂 

Dvitash: Bet, we should play. I am a wrath main with 400+ plus kills. Wanna play tonight with me and my friend?

EA Support: Yup sure, I play Banglore!! 😀 

Dvitash: Okay! Add me, korpzey. When can you play?

EA Support: After the shift, like 4 hours from now

If that’s not a testament to how much games can bring people together, I don’t know what is.

In similar news, it’s not just EA Support that you could be playing against in future. Rapper and purveyor of completely legitimate games consoles Soulja Boy is now looking to set up his own esports team. Taking to Twitter to announce his plans, he said: “Playing @PlayApex on Xbox gamer tag Souljaboytellem add me I’m online now recruiting gamers for e sports team.”

Naturally, people were more than ready with the memes, with most people wanting to know why Soulja Boy wasn’t playing Apex Legends on his own console…

Credit: Soulja Boy

If you missed the big fuss about Soulja Boy’s various tech products, then let me fill you in. The rapper has recently tried to launch a series of consoles, smart watches and even a hover board, all with Soulja Boy branding.

Credit: SouljaGame

The consoles were basically just emulators with a focus on playable Nintendo games.

Iconic old games like The Legend Of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Yoshi’s Islandwere apparently available on the console, but it’s also reportedly able to play the likes of the recently-released Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Obviously Nintendo wasn’t going to allow this to happen, and despite the claims having been dismissed by Soulja Boy, it’s now believed that Nintendo took some form of legal action against the rapper.

That console is now no longer up for sale.

Maybe Soulja Boy will have more luck with an esports team…?

Credit: Soulja Boy/Instagram


Featured image credit: EA/Apex Legends

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