After months of waiting, the Halo World Championship is finally here. 16 teams from around the world will compete for their share of a record breaking $2.5 million prize pool, the largest pot that Halo has seen in its entire history.
For the past 8 years, five players have dominated Melee. Five individuals took almost every single major tournament, dominated their respective regions, and controlled the scene as a whole.
16 teams. 6 days. One million dollars.
Perhaps the hardest thing for a progamer to do is to find victory in defeat. A player and his team must be able to look at their losses and find the lessons and successes in the match.