Regina’s Mat Fiorante, a professional gamer, has won a share of a $1-million US prize as a member of a winning team competing in an international Halo tournament.
Halo is a popular fantasy game where players fight in an interstellar war between humans and aliens.
According to many online reviews, Halo is noted as being among the best shooter-style games on the market.
The world championship tournament was played Sunday in Los Angeles.
Fiorante, known as royal2, was on a four-person team competing for one of the highest-ever prize pools for the Halo game. The team plays under the CLG banner, part of Counter Logic Gaming: an organization of competitive gamers who compete around the world.
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