Gaming and lifestyle brand Quadrant, established in the UK by Formula One motor racing driver Lando Norris, has announced its esports debut by entering into the Halo Championship Series.
Having spent its first year focusing on building the brand through content creation, Quadrant has signed an impressive roster of players to compete at the Halo Championship Series: Kickoff Major in Raleigh, on December 17th-19th.
“Halo has a rich history in esports and with the recent release of Halo Infinite and the subsequent LAN competitions that have been announced, we feel that this is a really exciting space to begin the Quadrant journey in competitive gaming,” Quadrant’s Chief Sporting Officer, Jamie MacLaurin, told market leading esports publication, Esports Insider. “We have signed an incredible line-up for our first esports outing and as the second-seeded team in the EU, I think we have a really good shot at taking the win. To be going up against some of the biggest organisations in the world this weekend will be so exciting for us.”
Lando Norris, founder of Quadrant, added: “One of my main goals for Quadrant since I launched it last year has been to see our team compete on the biggest esports stages against some of the biggest names in the industry. What we announced today brings us to that point.”