Loser:One Event, Odds: 36% (2.7:1)
Bets placed: E$22383, betting open: 12:24 CDT 25 Oct 2003 to 11:51 CST 6 Feb 2004

Winner:Two Events, Odds: 22% (4.3:1)
Bets placed: E$13801, betting open: 12:24 CDT 25 Oct 2003 to 11:51 CST 6 Feb 2004

Loser:More Events, Odds: 40% (2.4:1)
Bets placed: E$29323, betting open: 12:24 CDT 25 Oct 2003 to 11:51 CST 6 Feb 2004

Halo PC, referred to by the CPL staff as Halo for Windows, is the new CPL game. Made suitable for gaming events by CPL's commisioner Frank Nuccio it will be featured at the CPL Winter Event.

CPL has a history of dropping games after one event - AvP2 and UT2003 were both played at CPL's winter events and neither used again. Will the same happen to Halo? Some clans that signed up for this year's event have already dropped the game altogether saying that playing the game is not worth the $9.000 you can win for first place.

So... what is Halo's future? Will it appear at the European CPL Spring tournament or will it be a one event comet like AvP2 and UT2003 were? Some people claim it is only a question of how much money CPL got from Microsoft...

CPL press release: The CPL announced that it has decided to include Halo for Windows as part of its entire 2004 Season, in addition to the NVIDIA $30,000 Halo Tournament taking place at The CPL Pentium® 4 Processor Winter 2003 Championship.