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OpTic Gaming are the Halo Championship Series Orlando Major victors

The team is heading to the World Championship next month, and going home with a hefty cash prize.

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The final Major of the 2022 Halo Championship Series has come to an end, as the Orlando Major wrapped up yesterday evening. Bringing the best teams in the world together to Florida, the tournament both offered an array of spots for the October World Championship and also featured a healthy prize pool of cash that would be distributed to the victor.

And on the topic of the victor, the very team that rose to the top and won the Orlando Major is none other than OpTic Gaming, an organisation that is continuing a very dominant run in competitive Halo Infinite this year, following a win at the North American Super, and also a few podium results in the former Majors at Anaheim and Kansas City.

This win has seen OpTic Gaming heading home with $140,000 in prize money, and has also seen the team, alongside 11 other organisations, punching their tickets to the Seattle-based World Championship.

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