LANDO Norris, one of Britain’s best up-and-coming F1 drivers, will take part in a Halo crossover, and sport a Master Chief helmet at the Singapore Grand Prix.
From September 30 to October 2, Halo fans should look out for a special helmet worn by McLaren driver Lando Norris at the event.
A special helmet has been designed that is based on Halo’s protagonist’s armour.
It has been made as part of a collaboration between Norris’ esports team, Quadrant, and the Halo Championship Series (HCS).
HCS is the official tournament circuit for Halo Infinite which is supported by both Microsoft and developer 343 Industries.
Quadrant was founded by Norris, and features four of Halo Infinite’s best players.
The group from France make a formidable team in the game, and this latest partnership is the tenth announced between the team and the tournament.
Being an official partner of the tournament comes with a number of benefits for the team.
Quadrant will be able to sell official skins in Halo Infinite, host its own tournaments, and the players’ names and images can be used to market tournaments.
In the last major tournament from HCS, Quadrant was eliminated early, and therefore will not qualify for the World Championship this October.
Despite this, it appears that HCS still believes in the team’s skill at Halo Infinite due to the new partnership.
The Halo Infinite World Championships will take place in Seattle this year, and will feature 16 teams who qualified via smaller regional tournaments.
Four days are planned for the tournament which takes place from October 20 to 23.
This is just a few weeks after Norris will debut the helmet at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Norris has suffered a leg injury recently which he has called “not ideal” for the upcoming race.
Despite this, he will still race for McLaren.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.
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