Halo World Championship 2017

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Halo World Championship 2017
HaloWC 2017 Logo.png
League Information
Organizer: 343 Industries
Event Type: Offline
Game: Halo 5 logo.png
Format: 4v4
Number of Teams: 12
Prize pool: $1,000,000 (4v4)
$3,000 (FFA)
Start Date: 2017-3-24
End Date: 2017-3-26
Links: Website
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Halo World Championship 2017 (also known as the Halo World Championship 2017 Finals) is the second annual Halo World Championship event, taking place at the ESL Studios in Burbank, California from March 24 - 26, 2017. Halo 5: Guardians is played in 4v4 and amateur FFA competition.


The event was officially announced on December 10, 2016, during the broadcast for the NA Pro League Relegation. Many differences from the previous year's event were made apparent. This time around, only twelve teams would be invited, with the Asia region no longer being included. In North America, Europe and Latin America, open LAN events would be held to determine qualifying teams, rather than a series of online competitions deciding. In Australia/New Zealand, qualification remained online. For the tournament itself, the bracket format has been changed to double-elimination. The prize pool was revealed to be $1,000,000, with potential growth from crowdfunding.


  • 12 teams invited as specified, based on performance in regional qualifiers:
    • 7 North American (NA) teams
    • 3 European (EU) teams
    • 1 Australian/New Zealand (ANZ) team
    • 1 Latin American (LATAM) team
  • Group Stage
    • Three-team groups
    • Teams advance to Championship Bracket based on Group placing
    • Best-of-5 series
  • Championship bracket
    • Teams seeded by Group Stage results
    • Bottom team from each group automatically placed in LBR1
    • Double-elimination bracket, best-of-7 series

Game Types and Maps


Eye - Show All.pngRosters

FAB Games eSports
Italy Mose
United Kingdom Respectful
United Kingdom TuFoxy
United Kingdom Jimbo
France SLG
France Fragxr
France PuniShR
France SolaR
Team Immunity
Australia Benno
Australia Voltage
Australia Seduce
Australia Junior
SoaR Gaming3/4
Mexico Atzo
Mexico Bullet
Mexico Drift
OpTic Gaming
USA SnakeBite
Canada Royal2
USA Frosty
USA LethuL
Team Liquid
USA Rayne
USA Penguin
USA StelluR
Str8 Rippin
USA Heinz
USA Renegade
USA bubu dubu
USA Shooter
USA Falcated
USA Shotzzy
1 Pnda Gaming roster becomes Crowd Pleasers following roster release.
2 Crowd Pleasers gains Money Matches sponsorship, becomes TMMT Crowd Pleasers.
3 Tapping Buttons unable to attend due to visa issues, replaced by MuNoZ.
4 SoaR Gaming acquires Shock The World roster.


The event is broadcast live on Twitch.tv/Halo as well as a Bravo stream on Twitch.tv/ESL_Halo. The on-air talent lineup includes Kyle "Elamite" Elam, Tom "Tsquared" Taylor, Dave "Walshy" Walsh, Michael "StrongSide" Cavanaugh, Eric "GH057ayame" Hewitt, Dan "Gaskin" Gaskin, Richard "Simms" Simms, Harry "Wonderboy" Channon, Alex "AxelToss" Rodriguez and event host Joshua Grey.



A total of $1,000,000 USD in prize money is awarded.

Place Prize (USD) Team Roster
Gold.png 1st $500,000
Silver.png 2nd $200,000
Bronze.png 3rd $100,000
4th $50,000
5th-6th $35,000
5th-6th $35,000 LGlogo std.png Luminosity Gaming eL ToWnVictory XNinjaSaiyanFearItSelf
7th-8th $20,000 FabElogo std.png FAB Games eSports MoseRespectfulTuFoxyJimboXavi
7th-8th $20,000 CPlogo std.png TMMT Crowd Pleasers CratosNadedStr8 SickDanoxideShowTime
9th-12th $10,000 Sylogo std.png Supremacy SLGFragxrPuniShRSolaRTaLic
9th-12th $10,000 LClogo std.png London Conspiracy SeptiQRamirezLunnyQristolaRiotz
9th-12th $10,000 IMlogo std.png Team Immunity BennoJuniorSeduceVoltageMantis
9th-12th $10,000 SoaRlogo std.png SoaR Gaming AtzoBulletDriftMuNoZLestat


A total of $3,000 USD in prize money is awarded.

Place Prize (USD) Player
Gold.png 1st $1,500
Silver.png 2nd $1,000
Bronze.png 3rd $500

Group Stage

Group A
1. OGlogo std.png OpTic Gaming 2-0 6-1
2. CPlogo std.png TMMT Crowd Pleasers 1-1 3-4
3. Sylogo std.png Supremacy 0-2 2-6

Group B
1. TLlogo std.png Team Liquid 2-0 6-0
2. LGlogo std.png Luminosity Gaming 1-1 3-3
3. LClogo std.png London Conspiracy 0-2 0-6
Group C
1. Splycelogo std.png Splyce 2-0 6-1
2. NVlogo std.png Team EnVyUs 1-1 4-3
3. IMlogo std.png Team Immunity 0-2 0-6
Group D
1. Str8logo std.png Str8 Rippin 2-0 6-1
2. FabElogo std.png FAB Games eSports 1-1 4-3
3. SoaRlogo std.png SoaR Gaming 0-2 0-6


  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Grand Finals
  OGlogo std.png OG 4
  FabElogo std.png fabE 0
  OGlogo std.png OG 4
  LGlogo std.png LG 0
  Splycelogo std.png Splyce 3
  LGlogo std.png LG 4
  OGlogo std.png OG
  TLlogo std.png TL
  Str8logo std.png Str8 4
  CPlogo std.png CP 3
  Str8logo std.png Str8 0
  TLlogo std.png TL 4
  TLlogo std.png TL 4
  NVlogo std.png nV 3
  FabElogo std.png fabE 4
  IMlogo std.png iM 0   Str8logo std.png Str8
  FabElogo std.png fabE 1
  Splycelogo std.png Splyce
  Splycelogo std.png Splyce 4
  Splycelogo std.png Splyce 4
  SoaRlogo std.png SoaR 0   
  CPlogo std.png CP 4
  LClogo std.png LC 1
  LGlogo std.png LG 0
  CPlogo std.png CP 0
  NVlogo std.png nV 4
  NVlogo std.png nV 4
  NVlogo std.png nV 4
  Sylogo std.png Sy 0






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