Along with much other eSports action that went on this past weekend, Halo fans and players alike were sure not to miss the Halo PGL Indianapolis Tournament which took place.
Featuring some of the best Halo players known to date, teams competed in Halo 2 Anniversary for the giant prizepool of $50,00 and a chance to earn a spot in next months HCS Season 2 Finals.
If you were unable to catch the action this past weekend, feel free to check out the official results below.
1st Place: Evil Geniuses – $20,000
2nd Place: Counter Logic Gaming – $12,000
- OGRE 2
- Royal 2
3rd Place: Denial eSports – $6,000
4th Place: Winterfox – $4,000
5th Place: OpTic Halo – $3,000
6th Place: Cloud9 – $2,500
- Victory X
7th Place: Team Liquid – $1,500
8th Place: Noble eSports – $1,000