Feelink wins the Solary Hearthstone Cup celebrating the Festival of Legends expansion
In a weekend full of games, laughter, and Hearthstone, Feelink won the Solary Cup in Paris, France. Check out the event details here.
Hearthstone fans witnessed an epic LAN event this weekend with the Festival of Legends Solary Cup. The tournament had mini-games, incredible broadcasts, and a Hearthstone showdown in which Feelink threw an epic finale! Let's go over what happened.
Solary Hearthstone Cup: Festival of Legends
The Solary LAN tournament featured seven prominent Hearthstone content creators and a player from the open qualifiers. The selected few competed in two double-elimination groups with best-of-five matches before the semifinals and final on Sunday.
The Solary Hearthstone Cup had some special deckbuilding restrictions players had to respect. Each deck had to include at least seven cards from the Festival of Legends expansion and cards if they were a Prince Renathal deck. This opened the room for different strategies and memes.
It's hard to summarize two days of gameplay on just a single recap. So if you are interested in that, you can visit any of the four official broadcasts by the Solary Hearthstone Cup.
Despite Feelink losing 3-0 to Maveric in the initial group stage, the legendary Spanish Hearthstone player was given a chance to set the score straight in the Solary Cup final. Getting there was not an easy task, though.
Feelink had to defeat the former Hearthstone World Champion Hunterace, who tried to purge the Death Knight with fire. The army of undead stood in the way and sacrificed themselves as insects for Feelink to advance to the semifinals.
Solary Cup Day 2 featured two semifinal matches, in which Maveric defeated the current Hearthstone World Champion Bunnyhoppor. Meanwhile, Feelink overcame BabyBear. The final showdown was the complete opposite of what happened during the group stage. Feelink dominated the series and won the match without losing any games, crowning himself as the Solary Hearthstone Cup champion.
You can check out the full results and decklists for the tournament on Battlefy.
Mini-games and festivities
Feelink was the Solary Cup champion, but Hearthstone LANs are much more than just tournament results. The event had many mini-games in which the content creators displayed their game knowledge and drawing skills.
(Image via Solary)
(Image via Solary)
Guessing a pixeled card and Hearthstone Pictionary were a couple of mini-games. The Festival of Legends-themed Solary Cup studio was also filled with Hearthstone streamers, resulting in an unmatched source of entertainment.
After seeing events like this, one can only hope for the next one to come. For that, make sure you support your favorite content creators and Solary for running this Hearthstone Festival of Legends Cup.
That's all for now, but stay tuned for more Hearthstone news and guides. Be sure to visit esports.gg for all the latest esports news as well. See you next time in Thousand Needles.