Into the Breach join list of teams at Halo London Major

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UK esports organisation Into the Breach (ITB) have moved into Halo esports and are one of the teams at the upcoming Halo London Major.

They have acquired the Foe roster, which consists of Jimbo (UK), TchiK (France), zMightys (Netherlands/Suriname), WuTum (Finland) and coach Wonderboy (UK).

ITB said in an announcement post they’re ‘stoked to enter a game with such depth in lore and so rich in gaming history’ and that this is a long-term investment and commitment to the game.

“We’re confident the player base and ecosystem as a whole will grow across Europe and beyond. We want to be a stalwart part of that growth, and take a community centric approach as we have done across all our other titles,” they added.

Sam Cook, Into the Breach CEO and Founder, said: “Had some good preliminary conversations with devs and others re: the ecosystem and Halo future.

“We’re confident we’re entering at the right time and aim to be at the forefront of an EU resurgence. We have a long-term and educated vision here! See you at the Majors, super psyched.”

Wonderboy added: Extremely proud to be joining Into The Breach for the rest of the 2024 season and beyond.

“We look forward to repaying their comittment and investment in our squad as a new organisation to Halo, with success, wins and hype moments.”

Wonderboy, Into the Breach


Jimbo commented: “Excited to start a new story with Into The Breach, bringing them into the HCS community to continue on the Foe legacy!”

The news comes after the Halo HCS London Major sold out last month. 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.

UK broadcast talent at the major also includes desk host Lottie Van-Praag, and casters Gaskin and Onset, as well as Irish caster Sherzy 1. Other UK players are Snipedrone on Quadrant and Millsy on BH3.

The news also comes after Into the Breach exited the R6 Manchester Major. ITB also had a limited edition jersey at the event.

Teams at the Halo London Major

  • Spacestation Gaming
  • Optic Gaming
  • Faze Clan
  • Shopify Rebellion
  • Into the Breach
  • Complexity Gaming
  • Proton Gaming
  • Sentinels
  • Quadrant
  • Cloud9
  • Still Deciding
  • BH3 Esport
  • TBC (open bracket)
  • TBC (open bracket)
  • TBC (open bracket)
  • TBC (open bracket)

Into the Breach PC released by Untold Gaming

into the Breach have partnered with UK-based PC builder Untold Gaming for a special ITB-branded gaming PC.

Untold Gaming said on its Linkedin page: “We have had a great time planning and releasing this machine with Into The Breach Esports, but it’s not always smooth sailing when doing something of this scale!

“Most people just see the end product, but we would like to give a bit of insight into all the different things you have to manage when bringing a new product to market.

“One of the hurdles was making it our first website custom spec machine, meaning a user can go in and swap out parts with no influence from us.”

There’s more in this Untold Gaming Linkedin post.

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