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Sentinels TV series sparks hype for Halo in the Wrong Way

Compete Halo is “back” and like every first-person shooter esport on console, there’s an ongoing Twitter drama involving the top characters.

I missed it a lot.

The favorites to win this weekend’s HCS Kickoff Major Raleigh, the Sentinels will enter the event via an open pool rather than the seed they earned through online qualifiers. Mathew”Royal2“Fiorante was banned from the event after HCS determined he was guilty of server manipulation. For context, this would sound like a longtime top baseball player taking steroids.

But that’s only half the story.

Just over 24 hours, the scene was chaotic. What happens over the course of a day is not only inexcusable but also a cruel reminder of just how mature a scene needs to be.

For example, do not use Twitter when emotional.

At nearly 2 p.m. EST on December 12, HCS will publish their findings. Referring to the NA Kick-off Qualifier tournament on December 1st, the HCS Management will be making a strong case for Royal2’s negligence. The governing body was very open to being proven wrong, however the player was unable to do so, thus prolonging the process.

The team will immediately post it on social networks. More specifically, Tony”LethuL“Campbell Jr won’t hold back the punches. He will be calling HCS staff members directly to see how they are handling the situation and seems to respond to every possible tweet about the situation. Calling his outbursts unprofessional would be a wonderful thing. Team coach (and Royal2’s brother) Chris”Royal1“Fiorante will also take to social media to express its disappointment in inappropriate language but will delete its tweets.

And the rest of the group will be much more restrained with their remarks. Their restraint was in their favor as Royal2 would handle the situation in a way Twitter, admit guilt.

HCS got it right.

Protecting your teammates is understandable. But attacking the regulator for their decision the way they did, it’s funny to see the outcome. Sentinels will still point to HCS to know when to make a decision. However, the investigation process takes time.

Sentinels will manage to find a replacement – temporarily sign the legendary Matt”Official“Piper. And it seems, everything is back to normal. Sentinels are competing, they are still the favorites and people are excited about the event and I have to prepare for the traffic in downtown Raleigh.

If only it were that simple.

Sentinels are expecting to be the top representatives of the competition Halo space. The four players have an incredible history together and are arguably one of the greatest teams to ever play the game thanks to their success on OpTic Gaming and Counter Logic Gaming. They helped carry esport through its weakest years. This is one of the most important groups for the future success of competitive activity Halo.

This event is not only related to the media aspect, it is shocking to see this from this type of queue. We wouldn’t expect veterans to act this way. We expect veterans to act this way when representing an organization.

This is not the kind of behavior that causes HCS to completely disconnect their partnership. But it would be ignorant to ignore the fact that they are re-evaluating their relationship for the future.

Following the Sentinels has been a must-see over the weekend for their play. Now, it has to watch out for potential antics.


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