Gfinity London 2018

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Gfinity London 2018
League Information
Organizer: Gfinity
Event Type: Offline
Game: Halo 5 logo.png
Format: 4v4
Number of Teams: 28
Prize pool: $25,000 for 4v4
$5,000 for FFA
Start Date: 2018-2-23
End Date: 2018-2-25
Links: Website


The Gfinity London 2018 event is the qualifying for the 2018 Halo World Championship season, in the Europe region. It took place at the Gfinity Arena in London, England. It took place from Friday 23rd February 2018 until Sunday 25th February 2018. The game being played is Halo 5: Guardians in both a 4V4 and FFA competition. This event is not to be confused with the Gfinity London 2018 #2 event.



  • The bracket is a double-elimination open bracket, with a 32 team limit.
  • The teams that place in the top 4 positions, will qualify for the 2018 Halo World Championship.
  • It is best of 5 for rounds 1 to 4 in the winner's bracket and for rounds 1 to 6 in the losers bracket.
  • It is best of 7 for rounds 6 to 8 in the losers bracket and for the winners final and the grand final.


  • The bracket is a single-elimination open bracket, with a 144 player limit.
  • The player that places in 1st position will qualify for the 2018 Halo World Championship.
  • The final score is determined by a total made from two games that are played in each round.
  • The top three players move onto the semi-finals whilst the top two players in the semi-finals advance straight to the final.
  • The final is a single game on the map, Truth.

Game Types and Maps

  • Capture the Flag - Coliseum, Fathom and Truth.
  • Strongholds - Eden, Empire, Plaza and The Rig.
  • Slayer - Coliseum, Plaza, Regret, The Rig and Truth.



$25,000 USD in prize money is divided among the teams as follows:

Place Prize (USD) Team
Gold.png 1st $10,000 Infslogo std.png Team infused
Silver.png 2nd $6,000 Vexlogo std.png Vexed Gaming
Bronze.png 3rd $4,000 FBLlogo std.png Fable Esports
4th $2,500 Myzlogo std.png Myztro Gaming
5th-6th $1,250 Logo std2.png Mock-it Esports
5th-6th $1,250 Logo std2.png Polaris Gaming
7th-8th - Logo std2.png Endpoint
7th-8th - Logo std2.png Invalid Esports
9th-12th - Logo std2.png SkitLite
9th-12th - Logo std2.png Eraiize Gaming
9th-12th - Logo std2.png Radiant Esports
9th-12th - Logo std2.png FC Lahti Menace
13th-16th - Logo std2.png Revive Nation
13th-16th - Logo std2.png Zen State
13th-16th - Logo std2.png InvErsity
13th-16th - Logo std2.png Team Inve2ted


$6,000 USD in prize money is divided among the players as follows:

Place Prize (USD) Player
Gold.png 1st $2,000 Batchford
Silver.png 2nd $1,250 Snipedrone
Bronze.png 3rd $750 Respectful
4th $500 Morguhhh
5th $300 Jimbo
6th $200 Qristola


United Kingdom BUK20
Netherlands Morguhhh
United Kingdom Shabby
United Kingdom Zhuh
Fable Esports
France Fragxr
Republic of Ireland Qristola
France SLG
United Kingdom Snakey
Mock-it Esports
United Kingdom Looney
United Kingdom Outkast
United Kingdom Squashy
United Kingdom WarLord
Myztro Gaming
United Kingdom Batchford
United Kingdom Ramirez
United Kingdom tuf0xy
United Kingdom Phlux
Sweden Beetly
Sweden Blajnd
Sweden Qatchy
Sweden Quicksilver
Team infused
United Kingdom Jimbo
Germany Kimbo
Italy Mose
United Kingdom Respectful
Vexed Gaming
United Kingdom Riotz
United Kingdom Lunny
United Kingdom Quad
United Kingdom Snipedrone

Championship Bracket

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Grand Final
Winner's bracket
  Logo std2.png INSERT TEAM NAME
Loser's bracket



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