At the HCS Pro League Fall Finals, 343 Industries and ESL unveiled their plans for the 2017 Halo World Championship, an international tournament featuring 12 teams, a $1,000,000 prize pool, and open LAN qualifiers. Today, championship Sunday, ESL unveiled what they have in store for the rest of the 2017 Halo Championship Series season.
Format & Information
After much player and community feedback, ESL and 343 have confirmed their plans for future HCS Pro League finals events. The upcoming 2017 Summer and Autumn seasons will both feature expanded eight-team finals events, which will take place at Dreamhack in Atlanta and Denver.
These same events will feature an open bracket that serve as the season’s relegation tournament. The top two teams from this bracket will join the HCS Pro League and will compete against the other Top 6 pro teams in the season’s final bracket.
In addition, 343 Industries will work with grassroots tournament organizers to supplement the already improved format for the 2017 competitive season.
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