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The Halo Championship Series Kickoff Major Raleigh pool play teams are locked in

The Open Bracket teams are still to be determined ahead of the tournament's December 17 start.

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We're a few weeks out from the start of the first big event of the Halo Infinite Halo Championship Series, with the Kickoff Major Raleigh set to begin on December 17. Ahead of that date however, there have been a variety of qualification matches and series being played, and now we know a bunch of the teams who are already locked in and ready to fight for a share of the $225,000 prize pool.

So far, 16 teams have qualified for the event, with eight coming from North America, four from Europe, three from Mexico, and one from Oceania. The teams are as follows.

North America:


  • Sentinels

  • OpTic Gaming

  • Inconceivable

  • Eunited

  • G2 Esports

  • Cloud9

  • Kansas City Pioneers

  • Oxygen Esports

Europe:


  • Cartel

  • OEX

  • Natus Vincere

  • HMDA

Mexico:


  • Pittsburgh Knights

  • Fire N Ice Esports

  • LeaveNoWitness

Oceania:


  • Nutribullet

The Open Bracket teams are set to be determined just ahead of the main championship bracket later this December.

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