HaloWC 2018 Orlando Open Day 3 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.
HaloWC 2018 Orlando Open Day 2 Recap
After two days of intense competition, a talent field of nearly one hundred squads from across the globe has been whittled down to the final eight. Punctuating the day's action were epic performances by Team EnVyUs and Splyce, who swept OpTic Gaming and Reciprocity in unprecedented fashion, respectively. Saturday's results set up a truly tantalizing table of possibilities as we head into Championship Sunday, where teams will look to begin their road to the Halo World Championship 2018 with a vital victory. The action begins at 11am ET on Feb. 18, and you can catch it all here.
HaloWC 2018 Orlando Open Day 1 Recap
The opening day of the HaloWC 2018 Orlando Open is in the books, showcasing a fantastic display of top Halo talent from all corners of the globe. Strong performances by perennial powerhouses OpTic Gaming and a new-look Team EnVyUs were also punctuated by impressive moments by squads like Infused and Renegades. These teams and more look to make a statement on Saturday as the action continues. It all starts at Noon ET on mixer.com/Halo, twitch.tv/Halo, live.twitter.com/Halo, and mlg.com/Halo - don't miss it!
HALOWC 2018 ORLANDO OPEN
At the HCS Summer 2017 Finals at DreamHack Atlanta, a record was set for Halo LAN play with 93 teams. We’re excited to announce that the bar has been moved yet again, with even more teams registered for the Orlando Open. From top to bottom, the HaloWC 2018 is rife with outstanding talent and scintillating storylines and looks to open up this newest era in Halo esports in grand fashion.
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!
Live from the Gfinity Arena, the EU HaloWC 2018 London Finals is an open regional final, where any team from Europe or the Middle East can register to compete and earn one of the four available HaloWC 2018 Finals spots.
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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