After the announcement regarding the release date of Halo Infinite, Team Sentinels announced the addition to their Halo team. Bradley”Frosty” Bergstrom, two times Halo World Champion joined the Sentinels. Frosty will also join the team which consists of his former teammates from OpTic Gaming, TOX Gaming and Counter Logic Gaming.
- Bradley”Frosty” Bergstrom
- Paul “SnakeBite” Duarte
- Tony “Lxthul” Campbell
- Mathew “Royal2” Fiorante
Rob Moore, Founder of Sentinels said, “We are pleased to announce that legendary champion like Frosty joined the organization. Our goal is to create Championship calibre rosters and to connect with fans and this team will help us to achieve our goal. We are committed to the future of Halo esports and eagerly await the release of Halo Infinite.”
After the end of the competitive cycle of Halo 5, Frosty quit the game and pursued the career as the professional player of Call of Duty. He joined the Florida Mutineers for a year-long Call of Duty League which was newly formed. During his Call of Duty career with the team Mutineers, he helped in winning three home series Championship and overall top-8 in the Call of Duty League Championship 2020.
Halo Infinite is already delayed until next year, due to this delay the developers introduced a new title Halo 5 Pro Series. Halo Pro Series is a new title where team Sentinels will fight for the prize pool of $40,000 in the three months competition. The first week of Halo 5 Pro Series will begin on October 10th, you can watch the matches live on Halo Twitch channel.
ABOUT THE SENTINELS
Los Angles based eSports Organization, The Sentinels currently owns the multi-gaming teams as like VALORANT, Halo, Fortnite and Apex Legends.