OpTic Gaming claims the crown at the Halo World Championship 2022 – The world’s top teams competed for the greatest fame and glory which had a sizable $1 million prize pool at the 2022 Halo World Championship. Prior to defeating Cloud9 in the Grand Finals, OpTic won all of the matches in the champion’s bracket.
At a significant Halo LAN competition, Lucid and Trippy failed to win any trophies. In front of a raucous Greenwall crowd, OpTic pulled off a spectacular run of performances to win the second best-of-seven series with a 4-0 sweep and take home the championship.
C H A M P I O N S 🏆 pic.twitter.com/RjnlR17jXd— OpTic Gaming™ (@OpTic) October 24, 2022
OpTic Gaming claims the crown at the Halo World Championship 2022
The final rounds started on October 22 and lasted until October 24. Lower Bracket Quarterfinals began Championship on Sunday, followed by a tantalizing Grand Final between OpTic Gaming and Cloud9.
OpTic’s Halo World Championship weekend appeared to be practically faultless before the grand finals. OpTic Gaming had only dropped one map during the whole competition, in contrast to C9, who had been pushed by Native Red into a lower bracket gauntlet run in round one. The trophy appeared ready to depart the venue in the hands of FormaL and the squad after easy victories against teams like Sentinels and Native Red.
It wasn’t an easy task against a team that had been as powerful as OpTic all weekend long, but he concluded the opening set with a 1.46 K/D ratio and 99 kills to lead the lobby.
Bound, a key player in C9’s past triumphs, was restrained by OpTic’s burgeoning team fighting and struggled with a 6-13 K/D total.
The Halo World Championship 2022 competition began on October 20 at 12 p.m. PT and lasted through October 23 on Sunday. As usual, there were four different broadcasts showing matches. Games were distributed among HCS, HCS Red, and HCS Blue in addition to the main Halo Twitch channel.