Adhering to SiegeGG’s acquisition by Gfinity in September and our nomination and attendance at the Esports Awards in November, we are thrilled to announce our entrance into a new esport with ForerunnerGG!
What is ForerunnerGG?
ForerunnerGG will give the comprehensive assortment of news, online video, and statistical coverage you have arrive to be expecting from SiegeGG, but for the speedily rising Halo Infinite esports scene.
The revamped Halo Esports formally launches on December 8th and will see its initial $250,000 Significant tournament in Raleigh, North Carolina starting off on December 17th. This will be the starting of a year-prolonged $3 million (furthermore crowdfunding) prize pool circuit, with Infinite by itself established to be supported for the up coming 10 years.
The group below at SiegeGG and Gfinity are incredibly psyched to give this scene the awareness it warrants as just one of the most promising new competitive video games of the very last ten years.
While ForerunnerGG will be led by the very same core team as SiegeGG, we are nonetheless absolutely dedicated to SiegeGG and the Rainbow Six Esports scene.
In the very last several months considering that becoming a member of Gfinity, the information division had its busiest occasion at any time with in excess of 80 posts introduced throughout 5 languages for the 6 Sweden Key by itself though also launching SiegeGG Live — a podcast sequence that will continue on for the 6 Invitational and 2022 Time — and Newcomer, a extra everyday centered news coverage segment.
The SiegeGG news office has also increased its selection of committed personnel as we devote far more assets to masking the match.
SiegeGG is not going any place and will carry on to increase to generate superior written content for the Siege esports scene as the website enters its fifth calendar year of procedure. We just hope you guys will now join us above at ForerunnerGG as perfectly wherever we’re completely ready to get to perform and make it the leading destination for Halo esports fans.
For those unfamiliar with the Halo esports scene, you can get a rundown on how the format will work in our HCS explainer posting and satisfy the groups involved in the scene presently — which involves R6 corporations like FaZe, G2, NAVI, Fnatic, SSG, XSET, Chiefs, and Oxygen — in our rundown on the best groups so significantly.