Critical Hit Tournament – Halo Infinite 1v1

Critical Hit Tournament – Halo Infinite 1v1

Do you have what it takes to become the new MAP Technologies’ Critical Hit Champion?

Here’s your opportunity in our third FREE-TO-ENTER tournament! Each month, ALL gamers in the area are invited to try their best in a different game to see who is the best of the best and who can dethrone our current champion. The winner gets to face our current champion, SHAS, for a chance to take his MAP Critical Hit Championship Belt! This month, try your luck in the free-to-play multiplayer shooter, HALO INFINITE!

Pre-register NOW! Slots are limited!


• 1v1 Slayer

• Double elimination tournament

• Platform: Xbox Series X

• First to 15 Kills

• Default “ranked” mode rules

• Stages: Aquarius, Bazaar, Live Fire, Recharge and Streets (Season 2 maps will be added upon inspection)

• If your match is called you will have 5 minutes to respond before forfeiting the match


The winner of the tournament will be crowned the MAP Critical Hit Champion! By default, that person will get to wear the Critical Hit belt in MAP Technologies whenever they are there. The champion can choose to take the belt with them when they leave as long as we have a credit card on file. If the belt is lost or deemed damaged beyond repair, the card on file will be charged partially for a new belt. As the Critical Hit Champion. they will get to choose the next game for the following month’s tournament by pulling a game out of our lottery of pre-approved selections. The champion can then choose to defend the title next month or relinquish the title at the beginning of the next tournament. If the champion chooses to defend the title they will not have to participate in the tournament. They will automatically move to the championship round.


As stated before, there are no fees for participation in the Critical Hit Tournaments nor to come and watch the event. Customers who want to play games not included in the tournament will have to pay regular admission fees before playing.


The tournament will be broadcasted live on