The biggest Halo esports competition in the franchise’s history will go live on 19 December. The competition will focus on the highly competitive Arena multiplayer playlist, which includes the fantastic “Breakout” mode.
The prize pool was originally $1 million, however through the in game REQ system this prize fund has now been raised to a whopping $1.7 million.
Key dates for the competition include:
- 6 December – Online Ladders begin
- 19 December to 31 January – Online Qualifiers and Regional In-Person live events
- 23 January to 21 February – Regional Finals across North America, Europe, Latin America and Asia/Australia/New Zealand
- 1 March to 20 March – Halo World Championship preliminaries and finals
The Halo World Championships is partnering with MLG, ESL and Gfinity, for more details on how you and your friends can register to play against some of the best in the world be sure to check out www.halo.gg.