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Halo World Championship Finals

by on April 12, 2018

Halo World Championship Finals…

The Halo World Championship Finals take place April 13 – 15 in Seattle, WA – a global competition where the best Halo teams 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!

The Halo World Championship 2018 Finals is a qualified event, with the top sixteen teams in in the world having earned their spot through results in regional qualification tournaments and subsequently drawn into four groups of four. Once group play concludes, the third and fourth-placed team in each group will be eliminated, and the top two teams from each group will battle it out in an 8-team double-elimination bracket.

Event Details…

                        Broadcasting Times:                                     Event Spectators – Show Open Times:

Friday 4/13 – 12:00PM – 10:00PM PDT                                     Friday 4/13 – 11:00AM

Saturday 4/14 – 10:00AM – 10:00PM PDT                                  Saturday 4/14 – 9:00AM

Sunday 4/15 – 11:00AM – 8:00PM PDT                                         Sunday 4/15 – 9:00AM


The weekend is almost upon us. One champion to be crowned and given a grand prize of $1 Million Dollars. Some repeat teams from previous years will be battling it out to repeat their championship win from last year or knock out their competition like Team EnVyUs who took 2nd place in 2017 and is looking to not only better themselves but provide their fans with a successful total domination.

The amazing thing about esports, is that it is not just a national focus but an international focus as well. According to the Official Halo Championship Page “there are international stand-outs like Team Infused (EU) and Mindfreak (ANZ), whose qualifying performances should be a warning to anyone tempted to overlook them due to regionality”.

This year is also looking to be the most attended event in Halo Championship Sports Ever! Everyone has their favorite teams whether it is based on strategy, gameplay style, or integrity and passion for the world of esports and Halo, there can only be one winner and that winner will be $1 Million dollars richer.

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Online Coverage and Streaming…

Cannot make it in person? Don’t worry, there are plenty of chances to watch it all go down live via several streaming sources.

Main Stream Options

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Find out more and follow along with this weekends battle by checking out the official page for the World Halo Championship HERE





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