SERIES E

Halo Infinite


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Halo Infinite Format


All Series E circuits begin with qualifiers and the Halo Infinite qualifiers will take place on January 31 and February 7 at 4pm PST. Each qualifier will consist of a 64-team max, double-elimination bracket. The winning team from each qualifier will earn their slot for the inaugural season of Series E: Halo Infinite with each individual player receiving a title sponsorship from one of our many brands.

Once qualifiers finish, the winning teams will be signed during Series E: Halo Infinite Draft Day on February 21, and then the fun really begins with the first week of Season 1 starting on February 28 at 4pm PST. The season will consist of two nights of competition each week over the course of 8 weeks. Every Monday, the newly signed Series E teams, Esports Arena Red and Esports Arena Blue, will compete in a 64-team open bracket for a $1000 prize pool against anyone who signs up! Then, every Wednesday, there will be featured invite-only exhibition matches with a range of different formats to keep things fresh for everyone involved.

COMPETE TO QUALIFY

There will be two qualifier events that anyone can join. The winning team from each will become Team Esports Arena Red and Esports Arena Blue. Compete to be signed by one of our partnered brands!

Esports Arena Series E has a myriad of ways to become a partner of what is to be the foundational esports ecosystem. Contact sponsor@esportsarena.com and become an official Series E partner to help build a proper path to pro for esports. Limited official league spots available.

CUSTOM CONTENT

Livestream and social platforms

PHYSICAL PRODUCT

And branding in all Esports Arenas

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FAQ & RULES

Questions about Series E

    A semi-professional tournament series where players can compete in events to potentially compete under the Esports Arena brand.

    No, Series E is a tournament series focused around providing opportunities for Semi-Pro/Amateur players.

    Pro teams can sign up to play on open night.

    F/A teams can qualify throughout the season as the best open team to get sponsored.

  • $1000 Prize Pool
  • 4pm PST start time
  • 64 Team Capacity
  • Double Elimination BO3/BO5
  • Sign ups go live the Wednesday before each event

    6 sponsored player slots are available.

    While this does dramatically increase your odds the answer is no it does not guarantee you a sponsorship.

    Weekly exhibition style event featuring two Esports Arena branded teams and two invited pro/semi pro rosters. Format will vary but to start a single elimination BO5 bracket for $500 to the winning team.

  • Compete in our weekly tournaments.
  • Review and sign player contract.
  • Get drafted to one of our partnered brands.

    Halo Infinite

    Players receive $750/month

    Minimum age required to participate is 16 years old

    No, currently only US citizens can participate in the Series E program.

    Any team will retain their points week to week as long as 2 of the 3 players on the team remain the same.

    None!

  • You and your team will be given the opportunity to gain the title of Esports Arena Professional players and represent one of our Series E sponsors for a 6-month contract.
  • If you are interested in reviewing the player contract you will have the opportunity to sign ahead of time please feel free to reach out to any of our admins within the Series E discord.
  • Once sponsored you will take part in weekly sponsored social media posts, show matches, interviews, and more.


    Esports Arena, similar to any other organization, scouts players based on their performance and overall presence within the community.