Lqgend, Seduce, and Kroonoe win respective HCS FFA Series, North American tournament postponed until Thursday due to "unforeseen complications"

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Australia (52 players)

1. Seduce - 42 kills

2. BZllRK - 41 kills

3. Jordon- - 40 kills

4. cR_AL3JO - 39 kills

5. Barcode AK - 38 kills

6. Ryuu6 - 37 kills

7. Bananasaur - 28 kills

8. StyledChunk - 23 kills


The ANZ region was won by Seduce, a player who isn’t currently competing in 4v4 but has represented Australia at three different Halo World Championships. He beat last week's champion and ANZ Halo standout Barcode, as well as BZIIRK who has been one of the region's strongest players since 2016.

Europe (154 players)

1. Lqgend - 47 kills

2. Mentlan - 46 kills

3. BlizZ - 42 kills

4. Tbaanged - 42 kills

5. SLG - 42 kills

6. Finalizeds - 39 kills

7. Zufoa - 34 kills

8. viwe2000 - 23 kills

Acend Club’s Lqgend won this week's European FFA tournament and he did so in style, he won every FFA lobby he joined and four of his six-round wins were by 10 kills or more. The 18-year-old Halo pro was also able to avenge his loss from the week prior where he fell one kill short of winning.

Mexico (67 players)

1. Kroonoe - 46 kills

2. DolanSZN - 44 kills

3. Redxide - 43 kills

4. R_iNervin_G - 43 kills

5. Goriloco1 - 39 kills

6. ChicoY2J - 37 kills

7. MrGori - 37 kills

8. Papiboii - 34 kills

Kroonoe of IGNIS Esports, the current 4th best Mexican halo team came out ahead in his region's FFA tournament this week. He narrowly edged out Dolan who won the first FFA tournament and came in third place the week prior.


North America (512 players)

The NA FFA Series which maxed out at 512 players was postponed until February 3rd due to “unforeseen complications.” The NA FFA tournament the week before had incorrect players advanced and it appears Faceit wasn’t unable to fix the issue.