Over the past three weeks, teams of two competed in 2v2 matches to try and be one of the Top 8 and qualify for the Split 1 Finals, which had a $2,000 prize pool as well as prizes like an Xbox Series S and Razer products. Teams earned points along the way to be used for seeding and determine who will qualify for the $5,000 Championship. We’ve posted the Top 8 teams from the Split 1 Finals in the graphic below. You can find the brackets and results from the entire Split at Paidia’s website.
Split #2 of Paidia’s 2v2 Circuit concluded yesterday. Teams competed throughout the month of June in Group Play to determine the top eight teams that will make it to the double-elimination bracket and compete for […]
Tournament platform Paidia have announced The Paidia Circuit, a $10,000 female-only 2v2 competition series spanning from April 25th through September 10th. Three Splits each with a $2,000 prize pool will lead into the $5,000 Championship. […]
Paidia threw a $2,000 2v2 tournament for the females of the Halo community yesterday. Over 60 women competed in the double-elimination tournament. You can check out the Top Eight duos in the graphic below and […]