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News | Jan. 25, 2024

Army wins 2024 Armed Forces Esports Championship

By Mr. Steven Dinote, U.S. Armed Forces Sports U.S. Armed Forces Sports

Army took center stage on the podium defeating Navy for gold in the 2024 Armed Forces Esports Championship here at Complexity Gaming in Frisco, Texas. 
Army remained undefeated throughout the double elimination bracket as teams from all six Service branches played Halo Infinite in various competition formats.  
Prior to the championship game, Navy defeated defending champions Air Force in the losing bracket, blanking the Airmen 3-0 to reach the finals. 
Army grounded the Air Force in earlier competition that created the Navy-Air Force matchup.
Army defeated Space Force in their first competition of the tournament, followed up by defeating the Marine Corps. 
Navy’s performance earned them silver, with Air Force taking team bronze.  
Coast Guard finished in fourth place, followed by Space Force and Marine Corps respectively in fifth and sixth place.
The Esports is the newest sport within the Armed Forces Sports portfolio, with the first competition held in May 2022. 
The 2024 tournament is the second Esports Championship held under the Armed Forces Sports banner. 
Navy Morale, Welfare, and Recreation hosted this year’s championship at the Complexity Gaming Center in Frisco, Texas. Visit the event page here. 
Esports will return again in May 2024 hosted by Air Force. Final dates will be released soon.
Visit the Armed Forces Sports website for complete coverage of this year’s championship.