ICYMI: HCS Rostermania has begun

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Spacestation Gaming announces Flazin as their fourth (1/4)

Following the exit of Tusk two days earlier, Flazin has been inserted into the SSG roster as their fourth and final player. A 23-year-old LAN rookie with just a few Halo 3 Pro Series tournaments on his record, he hopes to make a bigger name for himself as this HCS partnered organization's newest member.

G2 Esports releases Articc and signs Tusk (1/2)

Daniel "Tusk" Ruiz leaves Spacestation Gaming for the second time to join G2 Esports in the upcoming HCS Open Series Tournaments. He will replace Uriah "Articc" Legorreta on the roster who has since joined XSET. Tusk has finished in the Top 8 at his past four LANs and G2 expects that trend will continue in their favor at "DreamHack" Anaheim in February.

Articc joins XSET (1/2)

Articc is XSET's newest member, an organization that finished in 17th place at Raleigh this past December. He will join Ayden "Suspector" Hill, his Halo World Championship teammate from 2018, and Carlos "Cratos" Ayala, another notable HWC alumni. Oliver "FilthyG" Gerlach and PorkyJ have also both been released and Tonisunn is serving as the team's fourth player in this week's Open Series.

Gamers First announces the signing of Ali (1/2)

Formerly known as Commonly, Hamza "Ali" Abbaali will replace Matthew "GuN ShoT" Kimbrell and reunite with former teammate Devon "PreDevoNatoR" Layton. Gamers First hopes that Ali, best known for winning X Games Aspen with Evil Geniuses and two separate Halo World Championship appearances, will propel their team into the Top 8 this season.