HCS Daytona

HaloHaloUnited StatesUnited States
Prize Pool
$75,000 (4v4) $5,000 (FFA)
Date
05/13/17 - 05/15/17
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HCS Daytona
United States
05/13/17  -  05/15/17
Biography
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HCS Daytona serves as the first live event of the 2017-18 season. Originally conceived as an event with a $25,000 prize pool, 343 pulled from crowdfunded REQ pack sales to increase the prize pool to $75,000.[1] Responding to player and fan feedback, the decision was also made to increase the spread of the prize pool so that the top 16 teams all earn money. This makes HCS Daytona the first event to pay out beyond the top 8 since UGC St. Louis 2015.

HCS Daytona is also the first event to use the 2017 map layouts and game type settings, notable for removing Assault Rifles and limiting the effectiveness of the on-screen motion tracker, among other things.

Format
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Open Bracket

Teams seeded by online seeding tournament results Double-elimination bracket, best-of-5 series Top 4 teams in Winners Bracket advance to Championship Bracket as Seeds 9-12 Top 4 teams in Losers Bracket advance to Championship Bracket as Seeds 13-16

Group Stage

Pro-seeded teams qualify automatically 8th spot given to online tournament winner, seeded based on Halo World Championship 2017 placing 4 team groups, double-elimination brackets, best-of-5 series

Championship Bracket

Group Stage teams seeded 1-8 based on Group standing Double-elimination bracket, best-of-5 series, best-of-7 series (Grand Finals)

Official Rulebook - umggaming.com



Recent Placements
PlaceTeamPrize
Place
1st1st
Team
Prize
$24,000
Place
2nd2nd
Team
Prize
$13,000
Place
3rd3rd
Team
Prize
$8,000
Place
4th4th
Team
Prize
$6,000
Place
5th-6th5th-6th
Team
Prize
$5,000
Place
5th-6th5th-6th
Team
Prize
$5,000
Place
7th-8th7th-8th
Team
Prize
$4,000
Place
7th-8th7th-8th
Team
Prize
$4,000
Recent Performance
TeamsScore
Teams
Score
3 - 0
Teams
Score
0 - 3
Teams
Score
3 - 0
Teams
Score
3 - 0
Teams
Score
3 - 0


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