Halo Infinite will be many things, including a highly competitive game. Halo is lucky enough that it has its own internal league, the Halo Championship Series, that is funded and supported by 343 and Microsoft.
Introducing the first installment of our new blog series, Designing the Halo Esports Ecosystem.— Halo Esports #HCS (@HCS) January 29, 2021
Each month, we'll detail how we envision Halo Infinite esports – starting with our mission and goals, the key groups involved, and more!
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We do not know much about the multiplayer for Halo Infinite yet, but HCS has already begun to layout what esports will look like for the game. In their new blog, Designing the Halo Esports Ecosystem, Tashi (Halo esports Lead) lays out the vision and goals of Infinite’s esport program.
This is more of an outline than anything, and there isn’t too much information to garner in this entry of the blog. But if you like competitive Halo, it’s a blog worth checking out.