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We held a Halo 4 Tournament and Release Party on November 10, 2012 and these are the results of the two tournaments that we held. One was a free for all style death match while the other was 2 vs. 2 style death match. Both were conducted within the rules of Infinity Slayer match type in Halo 4 with little changed to better fit the tournament atmosphere. The tournament was held at Cafe Luz at 907 Franklin St. in downtown Houston, TX.
The death match bracket is our best representation of the Halo 4 death match tournament that we held on November 10th 2012. The tournament was conducted in matches that held 4 or 6 players at a time. Multiple rounds were held and point totals determined rank. Congratulations to Senior Bacon for the win!
The 2 versus 2 tournament featured 3 teams so we used the “Round Robin” method which ended up resulting in a tie. We then put all 3 teams in one match to break the tie. Congratulations to Nzxt and Woodwizard on the win!
These winners walked away with cash and prizes. Check in with us for your chance to compete and win some prizes of your own.
Over the weekend we held our first Halo 4 event. Alright, it was more than that. It was our first event held in a non residential setting. … and it was awesome. We held it down at Cafe Luz which doubles as the home of the Kitchen Incubator as well as The League of Extraordinary Brewers. The League of Extraordinary Brewers, by the way, will be launching a Kickstarter campaign some time in the coming weeks so look out for that.
The turn out for the event was admittedly less than expected. As it was our first real event no one could say exactly what to expect but when you have 58 people on your Facebook event saying that they will be there you would think you could safely expect half that number. That was not the case. We had a total of about 20 people. The good news is that everyone had a good time. Prizes were awarded, beer was consumed, and Halo 4 was played.
We are working on our next event as I type this. Exciting things, I tell you! EXCITING THINGS!