A prize pool of $50,000 USD will be on the line.

Hearthstone's Masters Tour Fall Championship 2023 is kicking off this weekend! Read on for everything to know about this tournament, including the list of competitors, what to expect, and more.

The Masters Tour Fall Championship features the TITANS expansion (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
The Masters Tour Fall Championship features the TITANS expansion (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Hearthstone Masters Tour Fall Championship 2023

Between Oct. 28 and Oct. 29, 16 Hearthstone players will duke it out in the Masters Tour Fall Championship. The live broadcast will kick off at 9 a.m. PDT each day. Interested fans can catch all of the esports action on Twitch and YouTube.

Hearthstone screenshot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Hearthstone screenshot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

What to expect and list of players

On Oct. 28, 16 players across four groups will battle under the best-of-five conquest format. This will involve bringing for decks into the fray and banning one deck from an opponent. Only eight players will advance to championship Sunday and play in a single-elimination bracket. A prize pool of $50,000 USD will be at stake.

Here are the 16 players who will be competing in the 2023 Hearthstone Masters Tour Fall Championship:

Americas
Asia Pacific
Europe
Point Qualifiers
uikyou
CJkaka
PocketTrain
Incurro
Mesmile
hemlock
reqvam
levik
McBanterFace
西陵珩
Gaby
balance
GamerRvg
Tansoku
Meati
Casie

How to get free Hearthstone TITANS card packs

During the tournament, Twitch viewers will be able to up to two TITANS card packs. However, Blizzard did not reveal the Twitch drop requirements in the original announcement. In the past, viewers earned one card pack after two hours of watched content.

The Hearthstone Twitch drops will likely require viewers to connect their Twitch and Battle.net accounts as well.

Inventory page for Twitch drops (Image via Twitch)
Inventory page for Twitch drops (Image via Twitch)

Here's how to connect your Twitch and Battle.net accounts:

  1. Log in to your Battle.net account
  2. Visit the "Connections" page on Battle.net
  3. Click on the "Connect" button
  4. Follow the simple prompts

After accumulating enough progress on Twitch, visit the "Inventory" section to claim the in-game loot:

  1. Head to Hearthstone's livestream on Twitch
  2. Watch the tournament to earn progress
  3. Visit the "Inventory" section on Twitch
  4. Claim the in-game loot

That's all for now. Stay tuned on esports.gg for more news and updates!

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