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How to Get Halo Championship Series Esports Skins

Abhimannu Das
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343 Industries has partnered with nine major esports organizations to host the Halo Championship Series 2021-2022 season.
There will be Halo Championship Series esports skins available through which teams can generate revenue and it also boosts the prize pool.
Currently, the esports skin bundles are priced at $10 for each team and it includes an armor skin, weapon skin and player icon.

Halo Infinite’s first-ever Championship Series is set to commence later this year from 17th December. The upcoming event is going to be heavily crowdfunded with fans contributing to the event’s prize pool through in-game purchases which include the new Halo Championship Series Esports skins. There are nine teams that are partnered with Halo currently and you can grab all of the skins right now via the in-game store.

How to purchase the Halo Championship Series esports skins

If you want to grab the Halo Championship Series Esports skins you will need to purchase in-game credits. Each skin bundle will set you back by 1,000 credits which in turn will set you back by about $10.

Every bundle entitles you to:

  • One Halo Championship Series Esports Mark VII Armor Skin

  • One Halo Championship Series BR75 Battle Rifle Skin

  • Player Icon

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Currently, there are nine bundles available from all nine partner organizations of the Halo Championship Series. If you want to support Cloud9, Team Envy, eUnited, FaZe Clan, Fnatic, G2 Esports, Na’Vi, Sentinels or Spacestation Gaming, you will be able to grab their bundles from Halo Infinite.

A portion of the revenue will go towards the prize pool and some of it will go towards the respective teams that you want to support.

Halo Championship Series Esports Skins

Here are all of the Halo Championship Series Esports skins that you can purchase from the in-game store.

Cloud9

Halo Championship Series Cloud9

eUnited

Halo Championship Series eUnited

Fnatic

Halo Championship Series Fnatic

G2 Esports

Halo Championship Series G2 Esports

Natus Vincere

Halo Championship Series Na'Vi

FaZe Clan

Halo Championship Series FaZe Clan

Sentinels

Halo Championship Series Sentinels

Spacestation Gaming

Halo Championship Series Spacestation Gaming

Team Envy

Halo Championship Series Team Envy

All of the skins will be available throughout the Halo Championship Series' 2021-2022 season which will conclude in October 2022.

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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.