What teams qualified for HCS Orlando?

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Halo Championship Series partnered teams

What teams are playing?

North America

OpTic Gaming - aPG, Formal, Trippy, Lucid

Gamers First - PreDevoNatoR, Squallaye, Swish, bubu dubu

Sentinels - Snakebite, Royal2, Frosty, Lethul

Cloud9 - Penguin, Eco, Stellur, Bound

G2 Esports - Barcode, Str8 Sick, Gilkey, Sabinater

eUnited - Rayne, Ryanoob, Manny, Suspector

Pioneers - Druk, SoulSnipe, Taulek, KingNick

FaZe Clan - Spartan, Renegade, Snip3down, Falcated

Europe

Natus Vincere - Kimbo, Jimbo, zMightys, TuFoxy

Quadrant - NURIX, Shad, SLG, TchiK

JLINGZ esports - Morguhhh, Septiq, Quadios, Qristola

Mexico

CintaNegra - Magico, Bullet, Guardian, Johan

Pittsburgh Knights - Atzo, Drift, Tapping Buttons, Pelu

Timbers Esports - Nugget, Gambino, Noblc, Strikeyy

Australia and New Zealand

Winner of the ANZ Championship - TBD

(Takes place on September 2nd-4th)

Format

All four regions of the Halo Championship Series will participate at Orlando with their eyes set on earning a coveted Halo World Championship appearance at the event. Orlando will feature a day of pool play matches on Friday and will seed the Championship Bracket that begins on Saturday and concludes on Sunday.

Related: When is the next Halo major?

How did they qualify?

North America - OpTic Gaming goes 22-1 to win the $125,000 NA HCS Super

Europe - Acend wins EU Regional Finals; four teams qualify for Orlando Major

Mexico - Knights win the MX Regional Finals in front of a packed house

ANZ - The Oceania Regional Championship takes place on September 2nd-4th in Melbourne, Australia