Hearthstone Battlegrounds Lobby Legends: Hallow’s End is taking place this weekend and we are here to tell you everything about it!

Lobby Legends, Battlegrounds’ official competitive circuit, will have its Hallow’s End event this weekend. While everyone in the Hearthstone universe is enjoying old Death Knight cards, BGs is joining Hallow’s End celebration with another $50,000 tournament.

The online event will kick off November 12th at 00:00 PT and will feature the top 16 best players. Check out all the details in this article.

Hearthstone Battlegrounds Lobby Legends: Hallow’s End

Battlegrounds Lobby Legends, Hallow’s End edition, is around the corner. The best players in the world who fought their way thru the open Ladder and the Qualifiers and made it alive will take their chance for a part of the $50,000 prize pool.

If you want to check how these Battlegrounds players won their spot at Lobby Legends: Hallow’s End tournament, you can visit our Qualifier’s recap. Today we will go over what will happen in the main event coming up this weekend.

Meet the players

In this Battlegrounds Lobby Legends: Hallow’s End event half the players will make their debut on the big screen. This is something to highlight since prior editions were populated with returnees.

Talking about returnees, SeseiSei will be back and thirsty for more glory. The Lobby Legends #6 winner and point record holder, is back after skipping the last event.

Battlegrounds Lobby Legends Hallow's End
Lobby Legends Hallow’s End players (no Griffey this time) – Image via Blizzard

One additional fact brought to you by BG Caster Mayo. Geobugi (Korean for turtle) qualified for this event finishing #9 in the APAC server without the Season Pass. Despite having only 2 Hero options instead of 4, he proved he was good enough to compete at the highest level.

Battlegrounds Lobby Legends Format

These surviving 16 players will fight among themselves, divided into two lobbies. Only the top 4 point earners after three games in each lobby will make it to the grand finals on Sunday.

During day 2, Lobby Legends: Hallow’s End viewers will enjoy once again the Battlegrounds Check Format. This means that in the final lobby, players have to earn 20 points to “put the lobby in check” and have a shot at taking the crown.

The player who succeeds at winning a lobby after meeting the 20-point threshold will be the Battlegrounds Lobby Legends: Hallow’s End champion! Trust me when I say that this format creates an extraordinary viewing experience.

Talking about the viewer experience. Remember that the Tavern Buddy Twitch Extension will be active for you to challenge other viewers and compete against the casters to see who knows more about Battlegrounds.

The Tavern Buddy Twitch extension
The Tavern Buddy Twitch extension. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

The extension will only work in Battlegrounds Lobby Legends Hallow’s End English Twitch stream. But there are also regional broadcasts you can check out. Moreover, players and community members will be co-streaming the event. Visit the official blog post for those details.

What’s next?

We already know the 48 players that will compete in the last qualifiers for 2022. The top 16 players from the Americas, European and Asia Pacific servers will fight for 12 spots at Battlegrounds Lobby Legends final event for $100,000.

The qualifiers will take place on November 19th and will have higher stakes than ever. Some communities are already preparing for the big day, RDUltras have even launched a promo video to celebrate their favorite player.

That’s all for now but stay tuned to Esports.gg for more Hearthstone news and updates. See you next time in Bob’s Tavern.

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Manuel "Rane" Delgado

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Manuel “Rane” Delgado is an experienced Hearthstone caster, content creator, and tournament organizer from Argentina. He started his career on Esports casting his own tournaments, now he currently casts the Hearthstone Esports circuit for the LATAM region, among other content creation and tournament organization.