The Season 1 Halo Championship Series Pro League Finals have come and gone, and though it was supposed to be a climactic finish to a first season of play, the tournament ended up being a contest for second place.
In the 13 years competitive Halo has been a popular esport many prolific players have come and gone, but recently one of the original greats, Tom “OGRE2” Ryan, has announced that he will finally be walking away from competition.
Slingshot’s Blake Bottrill caught up with him over the weekend at EGLX to talk about changing teams, his career perspective and what his future in the game holds.
During EGLX over the weekend in Toronto, Slingshot contributor Blake Bottrill had the chance to catch up with veteran Halo commentator David “Walshy” Walsh. The former pro player talked about event host cities, going to school and Counter Logic Gaming’s recent dominance. Blake Bottrill: So yesterday on stream you were talking about the fact that
Cameron “VictoryX” Thorlakson has spent the last 10 years playing competitive Halo on the best teams in the world.
One of the most recognized and prolific players in Halo esports history still has an empty trophy case after a decade of competition.