Halo HCS London Major sells out

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Above: Former UK esports organisation Team Infused win the 2017 Halo Championship Series (HCS) London event

Tickets for the Halo Championship Series HCS London Major have sold out, UK esports organisation Quadrant have announced.

The UK’s Halo Major was first announced back in January this year, as the first Halo Infinite Major to take place in Europe.

It will take place at Twickenham Stadium from May 31st to June 2nd 2024, hosted by Quadrant, the esports organisation set up British F1 star Lando Norris more than three years ago.

Tickets went on sale last month, and due to the strong demand, Quadrant put more tickets on sale. As of last week, these tickets have completely gone.

Quadrant said in these tweets: “The HCS London Major is sold out (again). An unreal response, the EU scene showed up strong. See you in May…it’s going to be one for the history books.

“All HCS London Major team passes are now sold out [too]. This event is going to be something special.”

HCS London Major teams, talent and prize pool

The Halo London Major features a $250,000 prize pool, with 16 teams participating.

Six of these have qualified so far, the top six from the Arlington Major in March (in order):

  • Spacestation Gaming
  • Optic Gaming
  • Faze Clan
  • Shopify Rebellion
  • Foe
  • Complexity Gaming

Foe also feature UK player Jimbo and coach Wonderboy.

The remaining ten teams are still to be decided, with two from an NA qualifier, one from an EU qualifier, two from NA HCS points, one from EU HCS points and four from an open bracket.

Talent at the HCS London Major, according to Liquipedia, includes:

  • Lottie Van-Praag (UK) – desk host
  • Blaze (US) – stage host
  • Clutch (US) – analyst
  • Ynot B Reckless (US) – analyst
  • Bravo (US) – caster
  • Gaskin (UK) – caster
  • Goldenboy (US) – caster
  • Onset (UK) – caster
  • Sherzy1 (Ireland) – caster
  • Walshy (US) – caster

Dan Gaskin won caster of the year at the 2023 Esports Awards last year.

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