Halo Infinite Esports

Halo Infinite

Release Date:
Prize Money Awarded:
$337,355.00 From 21 Tournaments
Recorded Date Range:
2021-11-20 to

Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter developed by 343 Industries and published by Xbox Game Studios for the PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. The game replaces Halo 5: Guardians as the competitive Halo game. The game was released on December 8, 2021.

Top Players

 Player IDPlayer NameTotal (Game)
1.United States APGBradley Laws$19,000.00
2.United States LucidTommy Wilson$19,000.00
3.United States TriPPPeYJoe Taylor$19,000.00
4.United States EcoKevin Smith$18,750.00
5.United States PenguinZane Hearon$18,750.00
6.United States RenegadeJonathan Willette$18,750.00
7.United States StelluRBraedon Boettcher$18,750.00
8.United States FrostyBradley Bergstrom$11,090.00
9.United States FormaLMatthew Piper$10,000.00
10.United States PistolaJustin Deese$9,000.00
11.United States LethulTony Campbell$7,340.00
12.United States EnableIan Wyatt$6,250.00
13.United States ManiacNick Kershner$6,250.00
14.United States RandaDillon Randa$6,250.00
15.United States KingNickNicolas Panzella$4,887.50
16.United States RayneTimothy Tinkler$4,887.50
17.United States RyaNoobRyan Geddes$4,887.50
18.United States SpartanTyler Ganza$4,887.50
19.Canada Royal 2Mathew Fiorante$4,840.00
20.United States SnakeBitePaul Duarte$4,840.00
21.United States Minds- -$4,775.00
22.United States GigzConnor White$3,525.00
23.United States HotShotGhostGavin -$2,800.00
24.United States iMOMEN7Sean -$2,500.00
25.United States MissLehcarRachel Brooks$2,500.00

Online/LAN Breakdown

LocationPrize Money% of Total
Online Only$187,355.0055.54%

Top Countries

 Country NamePrize Money
1.United States United States$317,047.50
2.Canada Canada$8,657.50
3.United Kingdom United Kingdom$1,900.00
4.Croatia Croatia$750.00
5.Puerto Rico Puerto Rico$750.00
6.Germany Germany$525.00
7.France France$500.00
8.Ireland Ireland$150.00
9.Italy Italy$75.00

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