Today marks the start of Halo’s HCS Kansas Major of 2022 happening Friday until Sunday in Kansas City, Missouri where Cloud9 will be trying to earn their 3rd Major Championship in a row! 24 teams from around the world will be trying to stop this from happening and OpTic is certainly looking for a rematch in the finals.
The dates and times of the streams can be found at the bottom of this article, and we will certainly be hosting the stream on our Esports Page as teams complete for a piece of the $250,000 prize money. The event will also host a Free for All event after the main event is complete on Saturday. Fans can tune into either Twitter or YouTube (although we know you will be watching it at Uncrowned Gaming) to watch the event live.
The event is a pool and therefore we do not have a bracket or more details to break down until the event starts. Twitch drops will be available during the streams for players to earn in-game loot, just be advised that you must be watching on Twitch.tv to earn the drop. We don’t have details of the drops, but it is likely you will need to watch the mainstream and partnered watch parties to earn all the loot!
- Friday, Apr 29 – 12:00 AM CT
- Saturday, Apr 30 - 12:00 AM CT
- Sunday, May 01 - 12:00 AM CT
- A Stream: Twitch.tv/Halo - YouTube.com/Halo
- B Stream: Twitch.tv/HCS - Twitch.tv/Xbox - YouTube/HaloEsports
- C Stream: Twitch.tv/HCS_Red - YouTube/HaloEsports
- D Stream: Twitch.tv/HCS_Blue - YouTube/HaloEsports
- Total Prize Pool: $250,000
- 1st: $100,000
- 2nd: $60,000
- 3rd: $30,000
- 4th: $15,000
- 5th - 6th: $8,000
- 7th - 8th: $5,000
- 9th - 12th: $2,250
- 13th - 16th: $1,500
- 17th - 24th: $1,000