As Halo Infinite In the ever-evolving esports scene, Cloud9 continues to perform at a near-untouchable level after winning their third consecutive HCS Pro Series event.
Even more impressive, Cloud9’s roster dropped just one map the entire game in the first leg semi-final against eUnited, and wiped out the Sentinels, FaZe, and OpTic en route to their fourth consecutive HCS win.
Cloud9’s impressive top scorers put on another excellent final in a 3-0 win over OpTic. Stellur finished with the highest KD and KDA, while Renegade dealt the most damage across the three maps with over 18k damage, according to ForerunnerGG.
Cloud9 have been in excellent form since their win at Raleigh, where they were unbeaten in both group stage matches and won the title to claim their first ever HCS Major championship. Halo Infinite.
The Pro Series’ regional dominance actually went mainstream around the world in the first three events; Acend won all three tournaments in Europe, the Pittsburgh Knights won all three in Mexico, and Chiefs Esports won all three in Oceania.
A strong opponent against Cloud9 may not show up until Internal Sentinels Issues Resolved, Royal1 remains absent from the list after his suspension. His suspension ends on January 28, which unfortunately means he will miss the next Pro Series event.
HCS NA Pro Series four takes place next week on January 27, where Cloud9 will host their fifth consecutive HCS event if no one else can stop them.
https://dotesports.com/halo/news/cloud9-wins-third-straight-hcs-pro-series Cloud9 wins third consecutive HCS Pro Series, fourth Halo event in a row since Raleigh major