Today the groups have been announced for the Halo World Championship taking place at the ESL Studios in Burbank, California 24th – 26th March. All 12 teams are competing for a $1,000,000 total prize pool, with the winners taking home half of that ($500,000).
Since there are 12 teams that qualified for the world championship there are 4 pools with 3 teams in each. The full announcement of the following groups can be seen from ESL’s announcement video here:
— ESL Halo (@ESLHalo) March 17, 2017
We would like to wish our Halo team the best of luck competing next week in Group B against Team Liquid and Luminosity.
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