While the highly competitive halo scene has lost momentum in recent years, there is no end to love and nostalgia for the series' earlier games, especially for Halo 3. This weekend, a mix of pro teams and grassroots teams at St Louis was the first of many Halo 3 tournaments in 2019, when 343 Industries took some big steps to promote big Halo 5 events. However, good games will never go out of style, even if players get to know them like the back of their controllers. Take a look at Smash Bros. Melee, released six years before Halo 3. With players waiting to release Halo: Infinite, this is the perfect time to revisit the series' past with a $ 30,000 Halo Classic tournament. The teams will even play according to the "MLG v8" rules set by major league gaming in the heyday of the late 2000s, with leading teams such as Reciprocity and Tox, the latter of which has recently seen both DreamHack Atlanta and HCS London won in addition to amateur teams, who demonstrated their skills in the dorm room and at home ten years ago. The games started today at 15:00. ET and will end on Sunday at midnight, with mini-tournaments taking place for other halo games on the side. The main action will be live on UGC's Twitch channel, while during the daytime on Saturday during the day, you'll find Skillshot games for Halo 1 streaming. Elsewhere You can look up the Last Chance Qualifiers for Tournament Organizer VNM's upcoming Fortnite Duos League Final on the Twitch Channel.