The Halo Championship Series roadmap is filled with some of the most intense professional tournaments from around the world
The new year seems to be a treat for Halo Infinite competitive scene. The Halo Championship Series roadmap is filled with some of the most intense professional tournaments from around the world, and the competitive stage for the season is gearing with the Pro Series 1 event.
The HCS Pro Series 1 has already started on January 4, 2022, with the Mexico and Oceania region. The competition will be a regional event that will be held across the four regions of Oceania (Australia and New Zealand), North America, Europe, and Mexico.
343 industries have unveiled their plans for the domestic as well as the international circuits that will be leading into the Halo Worlds Champions later this October. The regional Pro Series games will be the first step in making this year great for competitive Halo fans.
After a few open qualifiers, the following Halo Infinite teams have finally grabbed their positions to this week’s Pro Series games.
To catch the live action, Halo Infinite fans can see their favorite players battle it out through YouTube, and Twitch viewers will be able to see it on the official Halo channel and ES channel.