iBUYPOWER is here with Infinite All Stars Invitational Powered by AMD, the next big esports tournament featuring Halo Infinite. Celebrating Season 2 of competitive Halo Infinite, lead gaming PC seller iBUYPOWER now brings 32 of the best players to duke it out for a $10,000 prize pool.
This is the week!
We're excited to host iBUYPOWER's first ever $10K All-Star tournament powered by @AMDGaming!
Tune in this weekend as 32 All-Star Halo players duke it out for their share of the $10,000 prize pool!
— iBUYPOWER (@iBUYPOWER) June 20, 2022
Halo Infinite All Stars Invitational
Taking place on June 24 – June 25 at 5pm PST, eight teams of four will face off for it all. Between content creators, streamers, and esports teams, we scouted the best Halo Infinite players for iBUYPOWER Infinite All Stars Invitational Powered by AMD.
Day 1 kicks it all off on Friday as teams discover their seeding with a best-of-three round robin bracket. On Day 2, whoever is left will fight in single elimination best-of-five matches. The winner takes home the lion’s share of $5,000 and the title of iBUYPOWER’s best. Second place takes $3,000 while third wins $2,000.
Ready up Spartans!
⭐️iBUYPOWER is proud to announce our first ever Halo All-Star Invitational powered by @AMDRyzen⭐️
💰Watch your favorite Halo pros battle it out for their share of a $10,000 prize pool 💰
Teams to be announced soon 😉
— iBUYPOWER (@iBUYPOWER) June 13, 2022
Gaming and esports has never been better with community competitions from iBUYPOWER. Our first entry into Halo Infinite esports with the Infinite Series Invitational proved extremely successful with Team FormaL winning it all. Now, with a recent community tournament for VALORANT and following a massive tournament in CS:GO Mythic Masters, iBUYPOWER and esports are more connected than ever before.
In an all-star clash where most participants are active esports players, who will win? Tune in live on the iBUYPOWER Twitch channel to see the winner crowned live.