BY: RACHEL HAAS
NOVEMBER 15, 2014
343 Industries has announced that they are postponing the launch of their Halo Championship Series.
The first pre-season online cup was initially scheduled for November 16, however it has been delayed until November 23. The studio says they decided to push it back due to existing matchmaking issues they are currently working to resolve.
"This delay will ensure that the first pre-season cup is up to the standards of our fans and competitors," 343 Industries said in a blog post.
The Halo Championship Series is an official eSports league for competitive Halo players. Teams of four compete in sanctioned events to earn HCS, and the team with the most points at the conclusion of the series will play in the HCS finals. The league will initially focus on Halo 2: Anniversary and will end March 2015.
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