Halo 4 Esports

Halo 4

Release Date:
Prize Money Awarded:
$430,748.76 From 19 Tournaments
Recorded Date Range:
2012-11-02 to

Halo 4 is a first-person shooter developed by 343 Industries and published by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox One. It serves as the direct sequel to Halo 3 and replaces Halo: Reach as the competitive Halo game. The game was released on November 6, 2012.

Top Players

 Player IDPlayer NameTotal (Game)
1.United States AceAaron Elam$202,625.00
2.United States PistolaJustin Deese$81,525.00
3.United States Str8 SicKCory Sloss$17,500.00
4.United States LegitBryan Rizzo$13,625.00
5.United States FormaLMatthew Piper$11,500.00
6.United States RyaNoobRyan Geddes$10,875.00
7.United States Snip3downEric Wrona$10,125.00
8.United States HeinzRichie Heinz$9,750.00
9.United States NinjaTyler Blevins$8,875.00
10.United States GoofyFaisal Khan$7,500.00
11.United States EnableIan Wyatt$6,684.29
12.United States APGBradley Laws$5,025.00
13.United States ContrACody Szczodrowski$4,225.00
14.United States FlameswordMichael Chaves$3,684.29
15.United States DerskySean Swidersky$2,625.00
16.United States ArkanumJacob Santos$2,600.00
17.United States ShooterRyan Sondhi$2,500.00
18.United States SnakeBitePaul Duarte$1,650.00
19.Canada Royal 2Mathew Fiorante$1,500.00
20.United States Cobys2fastCoby Yamauchi$1,400.00
21.United States SargothCasey Current$1,400.00
22.United States BestManNick Johnson$1,375.00
23.United States ChigKyle Lawson$1,125.00
24.United States MikwenAustin McCleary$1,125.00
25.United States PROVERB- -$1,100.00

Online/LAN Breakdown

LocationPrize Money% of Total
Online Only$2,250.000.52%


» Halo 5: Guardians-$6,730,982.21
» Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare-$2,181,060.17
» Halo 3-$1,887,330.64
» Halo 2-$1,196,013.71
» Call of Duty: Ghosts-$1,163,436.49
» Call of Duty: Black Ops 2-$1,048,390.49
» Halo: Reach-$341,341.21
» Halo: Combat Evolved+$131,467.76

Top Countries

 Country NamePrize Money
1.United States United States$419,402.56
2.United Kingdom United Kingdom$5,802.68
3.Canada Canada$2,125.00
4.France France$1,168.60

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The Real Problems With Halo Esports & Why Competitive Halo Will Never Grow  

Major Halo tournaments struggle to attract viewers, and the events themselves are few and far between. So what happened? Competitive Halo fans will point to the Halo: Reach and Halo 4 as the cause of the decline of Halo esports. But is it really? Or is there something else they aren't seeing?