After seven weeks of fierce competition, the best North American Halo teams from both the Pro League and the Open Circuit will converge in Los Angeles, California to fight for fame and fortune, battle for the championship title, and earn a share of the $225,000 prize pool. The HCS Pro League Summer 2016 Season Finals will be held at The Novo by Microsoft at LA Live in conjunction with KCON 2016 on the weekend of July 30. Relegation for the Fall Season will take place on Saturday, July 30 and the Summer Season Finals will be on Sunday, July 31. Each day, four teams will battle their way through a double elimination bracket. Tickets will go on sale soon, so be sure to book your weekend off!
The seventh and eighth place teams from the HCS Pro League will go up against the top two teams from the Open Circuit on Saturday, July 30 in a fight for two available spots in the upcoming Fall Season. Will the pros be able to stay in the league, or will new teams make it to the Fall top eight?
The top six teams in the HCS Pro League Summer standings will all qualify for the upcoming Fall Season, but on Sunday, July 31 only the top four North American teams will battle for the championship title. Don’t miss the next three weeks of the regular season to see which teams will be contending for first place!
Tune into the Halo Twitch channel for a weekend full of HCS Pro League action. For those who want to be a part of the live audience, tickets will go on sale soon. Keep your eyes on the ESL Halo on Twitter and Facebook for tickets sale, updates, and more.