Mike Stubbs . Tournaments . Tuesday 23rd August 2016 . 11:17
After a successful Summer Season ESL is again hosting the biggest Halo competition in the world for the Fall Season.
The best Halo teams in Europe will be competing for a share of $100,000 while the best NA teams will fight for $225,000 over the course of the Fall Season, which runs between September 14th and December 11th. Online competition will start on September 14th and will be followed by a LAN final for each region in December.
Rosters for the season must be locked in by August 21st for EU and August 26th for NA. Rules for the season including maps and game modes will then be announced on September 6th.
Online matches will be played every Wednesday and Thursday, although the European matches on Thursdays will not be broadcast online. Richard Simms, Dan Gaskin, and Harry Channon will cast the EU action each week while Kyle Elam and Tom Taylor will be hosting the NA portion.
Once the online stage is done the top teams will head to the finals for each region. The European finals will take place on December 4th at the ESL Studio One in Leicester, with the NA finals taking place on December 11 at the ESL Studios in Burbank, California.