Came to the end of Halo Championship Series 2022: Mexico Super. At the championship, which was held online from March 4 to 6, ten Mexican teams fought for a prize pool of $50,000, rating points, and three tickets to the Halo Championship Series 2022: Kansas City Major. The winner of the tournament was the Pittsburgh Knights team, which, together with Timbers Esports and Team Cruelty, will play at the upcoming major in the USA.
The tournament for the future winner started with a confident victory in the group stage, during which the Pittsburgh Knights beat Cintanegra (3:0), Altar Esports (3:0) and Team Cruelty (3:0). Thanks to this success, the Mexican team reached the upper bracket semi-finals, from where they began their ascent along with victories over Rebel (3:1) and Timbers Esports (3:2). In the final match, the Pittsburgh Knights once again defeated Timbers Esports, thanks to which they earned $20,000.
Results of Halo Championship Series 2022: Mexico Super
- 1st place: Pittsburgh Knights - $20,000 + 15,000 points + Kansas City Major spot
- 2nd place: Timbers Esports — $11,000 + 9,000 points + seat to the Kansas City Major.
- 3rd place: Team Cruelty — $6,000 + 6,600 points + seat at the Kansas City Major.
- 4th place: Rebel — $4,000 + 5,400 points.
- 5th-6th place: LLNM and Cintanegra — $2,000 + 4,800 points.
- 7th-8th place: K9 Cintanegra and Altar Esports — $1,500 + 4,200 points.
- 9th-10th place: Ignis Esports and Team SMOG — $1,000 + 3,500 points.
The current Halo Championship Series 2022: Kansas City roster is as follows: Cloud9, OpTic Gaming, eUnited, Sentinels, Pioneers, G2 Esports, XSET, FaZe Clan, Chiefs Esports Club, Pittsburgh Knights, Timbers Esports and Team Cruelty.
The Halo Championship Series 2022: Kansas City will run from April 29 to May 1 in the United States.