However, that could change. Hasandjekic noted that new organizations have reached out to join the nine partners in “Halo Infinite” and that more teams will be able to apply to participate through a public process next year. Currently, the championship series takes place across four main regions – Australia and New Zealand, Europe, Mexico and North America – but Microsoft’s ambition is to “expand more globally” in the coming years, specifically. That’s because Halo is now available for free – Playing on PC, not just Xbox, opens up a potential pool of players, Hasandjekic said.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2021/12/07/halo-infinite-esports-skins/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_business In “Halo Infinite”, esports organizations like Optic, Cloud9, G2 put players in the door