TOTAL PLAYER EARNINGS

# Nickname Name Earnings
# Nickname Name Earnings
1 Hyped George Maganzini $ 6600
2 Thijs Thijs Molendijk No info
3 Frezzar Bertil Fall No info
4 Rdu Radu Dima No info
5 Impact Josh Graham No info
6 sorengu soren gu No info
7 macstR Scott McGlashan No info
8 Lalasong Zi Song Hee No info
9 Duck stefan van waalwijk No info
10 Crusadan Stephen Price No info
11 _Stanley Victor Stanley No info
12 Schismatron Simon Lindström No info
13 tom60229 Wei Lin Chen No info
14 Roger Sheng-yuan Luo No info
15 pinpingho Kwo-Ping Ho No info
16 Wingan Jesper Wingqvist No info
17 Ant Anthony Trevino No info
18 ChanceHS Chance Rebholz No info
19 tomflr Tom Finlayson No info
20 Freshca Travis Boyer No info
21 Fizdarth Kian Keat Gan No info
22 foreo Lukas Arkusinski No info
23 AmetystDrago Przemysław Nadolski No info
24 Zozus Mateusz Matejko No info
25 DrEaX Mateusz Michalski No info
26 izual512 Tomasz Oleszczyk No info
27 Xeno Michał Kaczorowski No info
28 ikealyou Bartłomiej Zawadzki No info
29 A83650 Kacper Kwieciński No info
30 Moluk Wojciech Złomek No info
31 Kamyk Mateusz Kamiński No info
32 Phrixius No Info No info
33 IhaveLethal Jordan Petridis No info
34 Genjei No Info No info
35 L0gan Chris boutakidis No info
36 Typhus Raphael Nicolas No info
37 Yogg Damien L'hostis No info
38 Lowelo No Info No info
39 pAc Pierre-amaury C. No info
40 Un33D Grégoire Bodin No info
41 Unskiller Damian Warzycha No info
42 Muzzy Muzahidul I. No info
43 Javasocute Brian D. No info
44 Vaniteux Niclas Svensson No info
45 Yavis Huiwen Yuan No info
46 SolidResTe Ernests Sustins No info
47 Pesty Adam Prest No info
48 Crane Simon Raunholst No info
49 Inderen Erik Kristensen No info
50 FallenRemote Remy Doornberg No info

RECENT TOURNAMENTS

Date Event Prize Pool
2021-11-19 Masters Tour 2021 Undercity $ 250000 No Info
2021-10-22 Masters Tour 2021 Stormwind $ 250000 No Info
2021-08-27 Masters Tour 2021 Silvermoon $ 250000 No Info
2021-08-12 Grandmasters 2021 Season 2 America $ 162000 No Info
2021-08-12 Grandmasters 2021 Season 2 Asia-Pacific $ 162000 No Info
2021-08-12 Grandmasters 2021 Season 2 EMEA $ 162000 No Info
2021-07-30 DreamHack Beyond Three-Headed Dragon Challenge Americas $ 10000 No Info
2021-07-29 DreamHack Beyond Three-Headed Dragon Challenge Europe $ 10000 No Info
2021-07-27 DreamHack Beyond Three-Headed Dragon Challenge Asia-Pacific $ 10000 No Info
2021-06-18 Masters Tour 2021 Dalaran $ 250000 No Info
2021-05-28 Dreamhack Community Clash Quest Cup $ 2000 No Info
2021-05-17 Dreamhack Community Clash Quest Cup Last Call $ 450 No Info
2021-05-07 Dreamhack Community Clash Quest Cup: EMEA $ 800 No Info
2021-04-30 Dreamhack Community Clash Quest Cup: North America $ 800 No Info
2021-04-30 Hearthstone Masters Tour 2021 Orgrimmar $ 250000 No Info
2021-04-23 Dreamhack Community Clash Quest Cup: LATAM $ 800 No Info
2021-04-09 Grandmasters 2021 Season 1 EMEA $ 162000 No Info
2021-04-09 Grandmasters 2021 Season 1 Asia-Pacific $ 162000 No Info
2021-04-09 Grandmasters 2021 Season 1 America $ 158500 No Info
2021-04-03 TRIADA X REDRAGON League #1 No Info No Info
2021-03-12 Hearthstone Masters Tour 2021 Ironforge $ 250000 No Info
2021-02-06 Black Claws x ZOTAC CUP Hearthstone AMERICAS #413 $ 70 No Info
2021-01-27 Battleriff Invitational 3 $ 1000 No Info
2020-12-27 Hearthstone All-Star Invitational 2020 $ 34000 No Info
2020-12-12 Hearthstone World Championship 2020 $ 500000 No Info

Winning with Hearthstone eSports – the Ultimate Card Game

If you are into digital card games but also like quite a bit of a storyline in your matches, then you might have heard about Hearthstone. A game that has become increasingly popular in the past few years, Hearthstone eSports have attracted quite a number of players.

People join this eSport organization for the simplicity of the game – but they also appreciate the fact that it also involves quite a bit of strategy work. The better you play your cards, the easier you will stay in the game. You just need to learn how to play it and how to handle the tournaments.

What Is Hearthstone?

Hearthstone is a digital card game from the eSports industry that was developed by Blizzard Entertainment and has the purpose of reducing the health of your opponent all the way down to zero.

Each player alternates through turns, during which they use mana in order to play their cards. During their turn, each player may use minions, weapons, spells, and secrets in order to win – all of which can have a great influence throughout the game. Depending on the circumstances, the players can either go on the offensive or on the defensive – meaning that they can either heal or attack.

Hearthstone eSports – A Straightforward Game

When people see Hearthstone for the first time, they might initially think that it is quite a difficult game to play. However, the game could not be any simpler – as everything is laid out for you on the main page. Playing the Hearthstone eSport is rather simple:

Pick the Starting Hand

Every match begins with something as simple as a coin toss – an action that will determine which one will be the first to go in the game. Once that has been decided, both players will draw their starting hand: the coin toss winner gets three cards and the other gets four cards.

Since that gives quite an advantage to the winner, the one on the losing side also receives “The Coin” – a no-cost special card that temporarily gives your mama a +1 boost. Once the hand is accepted, the game can proceed.

Draw a Card and Play

At the beginning of every turn, you are expected to draw a card from the deck. There are also some cards that will permit you to draw extra cards from the deck when it’s your turn.

While just one mana crystal is not much to go one, there are quite a few cards that you can play. The Argent Squire is one such example. Once the first cards have been played, it’s time for you to attack. Summon minions, use hero power, play spells – and do whatever is necessary to take out your opponent – all while shielding yourself.

Bear in mind that each attack in this electronic sports game takes one point of durability. Once the durability runs out of a weapon, it gets forever discarded.

End the Turn

Once you are satisfied with the eSports Hearthstone game session, it is time for you to end your turn and analyze the tactics of your opponents. Will they be summoning more minions, or will they be focusing on removing yours? With each turn, the game will become all the more fun and challenging – and by predicting their strategy, you will know what your next step will be.

Choosing the Game Mode

Regardless if you want to join a professional eSport competition or want to simply have a casual game, there are several options for you to go for. You may go for simple practice or play mode, you may engage in a tavern brawl, you can go on solo adventures, or you may enter the arena. The more you play, the more your ranking goes up.

Once you become better at what you do, you may even enter the professional eSports tournaments. You just need to learn the Hearthstone eSports schedule and log in at the appointed time. Once you do that, all you have to do is use your strategic knowledge in order to become the first in your league.