Watching competitive Hearthstone: December 23-29
What is: Watching competitive Hearthstone?
Watching competitive Hearthstone is a format made by the Reddit user Dedmon3000, he is doing this format for over 2 years.
I asked him if we are allowed to share his works, I love his passion for it. In the format, you will be provided with VODs of past events, some words about current events and info about upcoming Tournaments. Watching competitive Hearthstone is a weekly Format.
Qualifiers for the Hearthstone Masters Tour Indonesia will be taking a few days off and return Friday, December 27. There will be a similar break December 30-January 2. All matches are best of 3 Conquest with a ban. For the latest schedule, check out the link at https://battlefy.com/hsesports#schedule . For other questions, take a look at the links below in the Hearthstone Masters Tour Indonesia section. Both of us reading this are probably desperate for tournament action, so let us know if one of your favorite streamers happens to be posting his action.
Hearthstone Masters Tour Arlington
- Date: January 30-February 2, 2020.
- Prize Pool: $250,000
- Format: Best of 5 Conquest format with a ban, no shields.
- 9 rounds of Swiss, followed by single elimination for the top 8.
Hearthstone Masters Tour Indonesia
- Date: March 20-22, 2020
- Prize Pool: $250,000
- Format: Best of 5 Conquest format with a ban, no shields. 9 rounds of Swiss, followed by single elimination for the top 8
Season 3 of Hearthstone Grandmasters is likely to start in January or February, though this is not certain.
By Dedmon3000 (The Author of this Post)
Allow me to rant for a few minutes. I think the Hearthstone competitive streaming scene has fallen almost completely apart. It started with Blizzard pretty much obliterating all competitive tournaments besides their own, which are being held very infrequently. The Blitzchung brouhaha caused us to lose two of our best casters (IMHO), at least temporarily. The Collegiate Championship was streamed on a third-tier channel from a place that wasn’t Blizzard HQ. But at least it was live. The last two weeks of the Global Games weren’t even live. This one didn’t come from Burbank either; the casters and the streamers did their jobs from home, which was nice but I felt was really cheap. And the competition was before the last patch, which made me feel like I was watching, to some extent, decks and strategies that didn’t matter anymore.
This activity during the year does not make me optimistic for the future of Hearthstone eSports. I’ll do as much as I can from here for as long as I can. But don’t be too surprised if one day I decide not to bother with coverage of action that’s no longer worth my time. OK, end rant.
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