Lando Norris’ Quadrant expand esports efforts into Halo

The group has amassed more than 400,000 YouTube subscribers in the past year.

by Georgina Yeomans

Lando Norris’ Quadrant expand esports efforts into Halo
  • Quadrant to compete in Halo Championship Series 2021 in North Carolina
  • Organisation brings in new roster of gamers to compete

Lando Norris' esports, lifestyle and gaming organisation Quadrant has announced an expansion of its competitive gaming efforts with an entry into the Halo Championship Series 2021.

The entry coincides with Quadrant's first anniversary, and within that time the organisation has grown to more than 400,000 subscribers on YouTube and over 89,000 Twitter followers.

As part of the expansion, Quadrant will be competing in the Halo Championship Series 2021: Kickoff Major in Raleigh, North Carolina from 17th to 19 December for a prize pool of US$250,000.

Quadrant has brought in a roster of new professional gamers to compete in the series, including TchiK, SLG, Nurix and Fragxr.

"One of my main goals for Quadrant since I launched it last year has been to see our team compete on the biggest esports stages against some of the biggest names in the industry," said Norris. "What we announced today brings us to that point.

"I’ve loved watching Halo since it launched last month and I made sure we moved quickly to sign one of Europe's most talented rosters to our team. I’ve set the goals high and the team is just as passionate as I am, so let’s go get our first win."