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2017 Halo World Championships Recap: Congrats to OpTic Gaming!

The 2017 Halo World Championships was a three-day Halo-filled event where the best Halo players in the world converged with their teams to fight for the coveted title of Halo World Champions. The team to walk away as the victors were none other than our guys in green, OpTic Gaming! Congratulations, fellas, well done on securing yet another victory.

OpTic Gaming are the 2017 Halo World Champions.With this win, the roster consisting of Lethul, Frosty, Royal2 and Snakebite are now back-to-back winners of Halo World Championships (as part of CLG in 2016, and now OpTic Gaming for 2017). The team has an amazing performance history when it comes to Halo, consistently finishing first, if not second.

Over the course of the three-day event, twelve teams from around the world faced off against one another over a variety of game modes. The teams that entered this year from North America were: OpTic Gaming, Team Liquid, Team Envyus, Str8 Rippin, Luminosity, Crowd Pleasers, and Splyce. Representing Europe were FAB Games Esports, Supremacy, and London Conspiracy. Latin America was represented by Soar Gaming, and finally, Australia and New Zealand was represented by Team Immunity.

OpTic Gaming at the Halo World Championships 2017.Each team was playing not just for bragging rights and the title of Halo World Champions, but for their share in $1,000,000 USD.

  • 12th – 9th place: $10,000
  • 8th and 7th place: $20,000
  • 6th and 5th place: $35,000
  • 4th place: $50,000
  • 3rd place: $100,000
  • 2nd place: $200,000
  • And First Place would walk away with $500,000.

OpTic Gaming win the 2017 Halo World Championships.By the end of the Halo World Championship 2017, OpTic Gaming claimed $500,000, and the championship title. Congratulations to Bradley “Frosty” Bergstrom, Mathew “Royal 2” Fiorante, Paul “SnakeBite” Duarte, Tony “Lethul” Campbell Jr, and Chris “Royal 1” Fiorante!