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Once a year, the eyes of the esports community turn to the Halo World Championship – a global competition where dedicated Spartans from all corners of the Earth vie for their share of $1,000,000, and a permanent place in the annals of Halo esports history.
Thousands of players will test their skill, teamwork, and courage, but only 16 teams will remain after the arduous journey to the Finals. Months of epic competition will turn hopeful hometown heroes into international icons on Halo’s biggest stage!
HaloWC 2018 London Finals Day 3 Recap
That’s a wrap! The HaloWC 2018 London Finals was the culmination of three intense days of close competition under the bright lights at the Gfinity Arena. The final frag has been tallied and Infused has emphatically remained the kings of competitive Halo in Europe. Infused’s lineup of Jimbo, Mose, Kimbo, and Respectful took down their rivals at Vexed in dominant fashion in the Grand Finals. Additionally, EU fan-favorite Batchford punched his FFA ticket to Seattle by taking the EU FFA title in London, not even 24 hours removed from qualifying for the HaloWC Finals in Seattle with his squad at Myztro.
Next up – the HaloWC 2018 Sydney Finals in Australia!
HaloWC 2018 London Finals Day 2 Recap
Saturday action at the HaloWC 2018 London Finals saw four teams qualify for the Halo World Championship 2018 Finals – Infused, Vexed, Myztro Gaming, and Fable punched their ticket for Seattle and will represent an increasingly dangerous European contingent against the best in the world. With the HaloWC Finals qualification out of the way, all eyes turn to Championship Sunday, where the top EU squads look to finish out the London Finals with a victory, regional bragging rights, and a nice cash prize to boot. Plus, the Grand Finals of the HaloWC London FFA, where the winner will also be heading to Seattle this April to take on the world’s best lone wolf warriors.
HaloWC 2018 London Finals Day 1 Recap
Friday kicked off the HaloWC 2018 London Finals strong with up and coming teams like Zen State, Aerox Esports, and Revive Nation getting big statement wins to try and take their place among the top contenders. Saturday only looks to continue the trend as the 4v4 bracket begins to separate the best from the rest with a trip to the Halo World Championship 2018 Finals in Seattle on the line. In addition to the team action, the London Finals FFA tournament also hits its stride, with a $5,000 prize pool at stake for the top lone wolf player, as well as automatic qualification for the Seattle FFA Finals.
HALOWC 2018 London Finals
The dust may have barely had a chance to settle on the Orlando Open, but Halo World Championship action waits for no one, as all eyes turn east across the Atlantic for the HaloWC 2018 London Finals. Feb. 23-25, Europe’s finest Spartans will take to the virtual battlefield to make one final push towards a berth in the HaloWC Finals in Seattle.
In the end, only four teams can emerge from the fray to qualify – will your favorite squad be among those heading back to the States to fight for a million bucks?
HaloWC 2018 Orlando Open Recap
The HaloWC 2018 Orlando Open is in the books, and after an incredible weekend of intense competition and furious firefights, the young slayers at Splyce stood atop the rest of the field to take home the top prize and put themselves in the driver's seat for the Halo World Championship in April. Splyce took down the juggernauts at OpTic Gaming 4-2 in the Grand Finals, with Team EnVyUs and Reciprocity rounding out the Top 4. In the FFA tournament, theGoldStarBR took home the spoils out of a packed 300+ competitior field.
The Halo World Championship has returned! Join us as we dicuss the HaloWC 2018 roadmap and go into specifcs about format, settings, and our new partnerships. Check out the links below for the latest information on the 2018 Halo World Championship!
On March 9-11, the Halo World Championship tour heads down under for the first official HCS Open LAN event in the Australia and New Zealand region. Thirty two of the finest teams in the region will descend upon Sydney’s ESL Studios, where the Top 2 will punch their ticket to the Halo World Championship 2018 Finals!
For full event details and information check out the link below.
The Halo World Championship is returning to Mexico City, the heart of Xbox and Halo nation in Latin America. The LATAM HaloWC 2018 Mexico City Finals is an open regional final, where any competing team from Latin America can register to play, and taking the top spot will earn you a trip to the HaloWC Finals in Seattle.
The penultimate stop on the road to the Halo World Championship 2018 is the Columbus Finals. Featuring the top sixteen teams from the North America region and run in partnership with MLG, the Columbus Finals will qualify the final nine squads for the Halo World Championship 2018 Finals in Seattle.
For full event details and information check out the link below!
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