The ESL Arena at PAX East in Boston will be the stage for a number of different and exciting games and tournaments, one of these being the epic conclusion to the Halo Championship Series Season 1. Turtle Rock’s 1v4 co-op monster shooter Evolve will also be on the big stage, hosting the Evolve PAX East PRO-AM tournament in our ESL Arena. Check out what these two tournaments have in store for us this weekend below!
Halo Championship Series Season 1 finals
US$100,000 is at stake in the huge Season 1 finals of the Halo Championship Series. After an exciting season, eight teams have managed to set themselves apart from the rest, but only one can take home the title!
The finals will be played over three days from March the 6th to the 8th starting at 10:00 EST (16:00 CET) every day. However, you can’t make it to PAX East, don’t worry! Just tune in to the live broadcast from the ESL Arena and you won’t miss out on any of the action!
Evolve PAX East PRO-AM tournament
A number of esports personalities as well as pro and amateur players from CS:GO and other titles will play in the Evolve PAX East PRO-AM tournament on the ESL Arena stage on the opening day of PAX East.
Eight teams of four will compete in a single elimination best of three format, starting at 10:00 EST (16:00 CET) on March the 6th. Skadoodle and summit1g are just two of the well-known players at PAX East who will be taking the stage with their mixed CS:GO/fighter team. Other competing teams include Team Twitch, Team Evolve, Team Nerdist and many more.
The Evolve PAX East PRO-AM tournament will be commentated live by Sacriel and DB Sinclair directly from the ESL Arena. If you want to find out how the new title plays out competitively, check out the Evolve PAX East PRO-AM tournament on March the 6th right here or at ESL Arena convention stage at PAX East from 10:00 to 18:00 EST (16:00 to 22:00 CET).
If you’re going to PAX East in person, make sure to stop by the ESL Arena for your dose of live esports action!