Halo Championship Series Is Announced for Halo Infinite

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Halo Infinite is bringing the return of Halo esports. The names of teams that have partnered with Microsoft and 343 Studios have also been announced. The game is also giving fans customized in-game content for the teams listed.

The Esports team behind Halo Infinite has been working around the clock to include as many teams as possible. This included reaching out to Ninja, a well-known Esports Pro of Halo. They've finally done it and have announced exactly who is joining.


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Halo Esports Is Back

The long-awaited return of Halo esports has finally happened. Teams have announced they will bring high-caliber rosters to the game, so it is shaping up to be a very competitive affair.
Halo Championship Series (HCS) is working with partner teams to help it get started with Infinite, but these teams do not have an advantage over the other competing teams.


It's not too late to become a partner for teams that didn't get the chance. These nine teams are "investing significant resources in the Halo ecosystem," but they did not provide details on becoming one. That means they didn't say that no one else could join.

Halo Infinite: Leaks, News & Everything We Know So Far

The teams selected want to establish themselves as true fans and competitors. Their names and early integration are a massive boost to them from a marketing perspective. Halo esports is still gaining momentum, and these teams are leading this campaign. Halo Infinite will be released the day after each title's release date so that the players will access that content right away.

As HCS is set to return in 2021, fans can expect more information on exact dates and structure later this year.

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