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    Halo esports is one of the most inclusive series around, and as we recently found out, literally anyone can get involved.
    The Halo World Championship 2018 is in full swing, with recent events in Orlando and London bringing some of the top teams in the world together on their road to the grand finals in Seattle later this year.
    I stopped by the London finals, the qualification event for European teams, where the top four booked a place at the World Championship. It wasn't the first time I'd been to a British Halo event, and while the scale of the show put on by Gfinity was incredible, it wasn't the set, nor the action on the main stage that grabbed me the most.
    Alongside the main tournament was the Free For All (FFA) competition where literally anyone can turn up and play with, and maybe even beat, the pros.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    03-07-2018 09:10 AM

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