The 2021-2022 HCS Season has officially kicked off this past weekend with the Open Series. Over 550 teams from every region competed in the two-day event to try and earn as many HCS Points as possible, which will be used for seeding and will also secure some teams’ trips to the HCS Kickoff Major Raleigh. Over 400 teams from the NA region signed-up, making it the biggest competition in Halo history (per Moses_FPS). Below you can find the Top Eight results from each region’s tournament. You can find more information, including the brackets, about each one by clicking on the region above each graphic. Note that the points shown are awarded to each player on the team.
The final Regional of the season took place over the weekend in Melbourne, Australia. At DreamHack Melbourne, ANZ’s best came to the Margaret Court Arena to prove themselves as the best in the region and […]
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Over the weekend at DreamHack Valencia, the HCS EU Regional Championship took place. The region’s best competed to take the lion’s share of the $100,000 prize pool and cement themselves as EU’s best Halo team. […]