Quadrant finish top three at Halo HCS Arlington Major

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Quadrant, the UK esports and gaming organisation founded by British F1 driver Lando Norris, had a good showing at the Halo HCS Arlington Major.

They finished third on the weekend, securing $30,000 in prize money and 44,000 points.

Quadrant’s all-French roster finished third in Pool A behind Faze Clan and Sentinels, before going on an impressive lower bracket run.

They defeated Shopify Rebellion (3-1), Complexity (3-0), OptiC (2-1) and Sentinels (3-1), before falling to Spacestation (3-0) in the lower bracket final.

Quadrant player TchiK said after the HCS Arlington Major: “What a crazy weekend, what a crazy event it was for us. We enjoyed every moment, we played as a team and, honestly, we can’t wait to play in the next event [HCS Salt Lake City Global Invitational, hosted by Spacestation] in a month.

“A massive thank you for your support this weekend, it was amazing and incredible. We read all of your messages and this is the world for us, so thank you guys so much and see you soon.”

TchiK was also named the best OBJ Player of the HCS Arlington Major, which was hosted by Optic Gaming.

Faze win Halo HCS Arlington Major

It was Faze who emerged triumphant from the event. They defeated Spacestation 4-0 in the final, earning themselves $100,000 and 100,000 points. Spacestation left with $60,000 and 60,000 points.

In terms of UK talent at the HCS Arlington Major, Navi has a mostly-UK roster, featuring Brits Jimbo, Snipedrone, Snakey and coach Wonderboy, plus Dutch player zMightys.

They finished 13th-16th, as did another team, Bittersweet, who have a UK coach: Looney.

Quadrant joined the Halo Championship Series as a partner team last September.

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