The best Halo Infinite teams from around the world will meet in Kansas City, Missouri this weekend to compete for $350,000 and the chance to call themselves HCS Split 1 Champions. If you’d like to tune in and earn drops here’s how:
There will be four streams that are available on both Twitch and YouTube
Broadcast Start Times
Friday, April 29th: 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST
Saturday, April 30th: 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST
Sunday, May 1st: 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST
The A stream is the main broadcast and will feature the premiere matchups with commentary. The B stream will show side station matches that are important and can be equally as hype, this stream will also have commentary.
The C and D streams will gameplay only and won’t have commentators covering the action, these channels are good if you’re a fan of a specific team and you want to see all of their matches during Pool Play.
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