10-Year-Old Apex Legends Prodigy Carried ImperialHal in a Predator Ranked Match and Became a Community Star

Nazmul Hassan
By Nazmul Hassan
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Credit: EA/ Lilfredson

A 10-year-old Apex Legends player who goes by the IGN, Lilfredson, carried ImperialHal in a Predator-ranked match, surprising the CEO himself.

Apex Legends is a Hero-shooter Battle Royale released in 2019. Since Apex’s launch, the game has given birth to many Legends like Aceu, iiTzTimmy, ImperialHal, and more. Even after 4 years of its release, the game is going strong, and the player base keeps on rising.

Unlike other well-known Battle Royale games, Apex Legends offers players a meaningful competitive experience. As a result, a huge number of new players with exceptional skills and talents appear out of nowhere quite often.

Although it’s pretty common for talented players to emerge in any competitive game, this specific player named Lilfredson will definitely catch your attention. At only 10 years of age, Lilfredson is already in Predator rank, besting more than 99.9% of the total player base.

He is currently grinding his way up the Predator rank. While it seems almost impossible for the millions of other players to reach even Master, Lilfredson, on the other hand, is clutching around and carrying ImperialHal in random Predator matches.

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10-Year-Old Prodigy Carries ImperialHal in Predator Rank Match

While solo queuing in Predator rank, Lilfredson found ImperialHal in the same team as him. Being one of the biggest fans of ImperialHal, Lilfredson felt like it was his time to prove himself. And he did not disappoint.

Freddie did not lose his calm despite being in a Predator lobby with ImperialHal. Even when ImperialHal got knocked two times, Lilfredson 1v3d the opponents twice and clutched both times. Watching his nickname, ImperialHal recognized him and was cheering for him on his live stream.

As Lilfredson is only 10 years old, his father handles his Twitter account. His father, who is also an Apex fan, shared the clip of his son playing with ImperialHa. Freddie’s father said, “His one big wish is to have a rank session with the ceo and @Verhulst someday.” Hopefully, we’ll be able to see them in action in premade lobbies someday.

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By Nazmul Hassan FPS Editor
Nazmul is GameRiv's FPS editor. He is a marketing graduate with an immense passion for gaming. As an ex-professional CS:GO player, he holds a strong interest in other FPS titles like Apex Legends, VALORANT, and CoD. However, he also tries out other games when he is free.