One Of The Greatest Inventions To Be Made For Competitive Halo
In recent months, the competitive Halo community has shown its dedication to the game with many fans creating websites that offer fans features designed to enhance their experience within competitive Halo. Sites such as Fantasy HCS, which offer fans a “Fantasy Football-/ike” experience allowing users to create their own virtual HCS Team using every Pro Player competing. This site has proven to be a big hit within the community, but a new site may soon become even more popular.
A site by the name of Halo Data Hive has recently emerged. Providing fans with accurate and up-to-date stats on Pro Team scrims and, soon, Pro League matches, Halo Data Hive brings something to the table no other site seems to be capable of doing yet.
As someone who covers competitive Halo news and analyzes teams, a site like this will help improve my content greatly. Statistics are an important part of my ability to defend my opinions on teams and players, and to be able to always provide stats to prove my point will definitely be game-changing. A site like this benefits more than just someone like me, however. Fans who may not have the time to watch scrims late at night will no longer have to worry about missing out on the action and can now see the stats from every Pro Team scrim thanks to Halo Data Hive.
Our community is on the brink of a great revolution. Fans are more active, tournament hosts seem more dedicated and a new generation of talented Pros are starting to develop who are capable of changing the future of competitive Halo. Soon, something like Halo Data Hive will become a necessity for our community due to the endless possibilities it provides us. Those who have tried it already recognize its value and you will too once you check out the site. Whichever team or individual is responsible for Halo Data Hive deserves a lot of recognition for their hard work and dedication to the community and the best way to show this recognition is by checking their site out.
What do you think about Halo Data Hive? Let me know in the comments section below.
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Image credits go to Fantasy HCS and Halo Data Hive