Does anyone know if the UGC event will be officially broadcast anywhere?

Or are we going to have to try and find individual twitch streams?
Thank you!

From that link, I found some posts mentioning Mikwen and Spartan have both retired from Halo.

It's sad to see two more Titans drop off, after several did last year, but it isn't surprising given the lack of money available in Halo eSports right now.

Hopefully it just means that we'll see new faces take up the forefront, and that 343 will focus on making Infinite so solid that the pros want to stay even longer! And that they plan ahead to ensure these 'slow periods' in Halo eSports don't happen in the future.
Here's some info from the Community Update:
https://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/news/that-new-new-year
Quote:
UGC will be broadcasting the Halo 3 tournament all weekend long on twitch.tv/UGC & mixer.com/UGCevents, and showcasing a Halo: CE 2v2 stream on twitch.tv/Skillshot. And so you can begin to plan your weekend, here are the current broadcast start times for Halo 3:
  • Friday - 3pm ET
  • Saturday - 11am ET
  • Sunday - 11am ET
For more info, check out the official event page at ugcevents.gg and follow UGC on Twitter.
AshamanND wrote:
Does anyone know if the UGC event will be officially broadcast anywhere?

Or are we going to have to try and find individual twitch streams?
Yes the UGC is being broadcasted so go the UGC website and click on the Halo Classics page to obtain more details how to watch it.