The games will run from June 3-5 with live broadcasts on YouTube and drops for viewers.

The Hearthstone Masters Summer Championship will kick off this weekend, and viewers will get to earn Voyage to the Sunken City card packs during the live broadcast!

How the Hearthstone Masters Summer Championship works

The Hearthstone Masters Summer Championship will feature the top 16 point earners from the previous three Masters Tour tournaments. These competitors will duke it out against each other under the conquest with a ban format. This means each player will bring four decks and four unique classes into the fray. Each player will also get to ban one deck from their opponent during a match. 

Hearthstone Masters Summer Championship 2022 players
The 16 players who will compete in the Hearthstone Masters Summer Championship. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

Meanwhile, the Throne of the Tides mini-set will get highlighted as competitors battle for the lion’s share of the $50,000 prize pool. Four invitations to the 2022 Hearthstone World Championship will also be on the line. 

How to get free Voyage to the Sunken City card packs

Hearthstone Summer Championship viewers will have the opportunity to earn up to two Voyage to the Sunken City card packs during the live broadcast. To earn the first card pack, a viewer must watch two hours of gameplay from an eligible channel. Another two hours must be watched for the second pack. The time watched will be cumulative throughout the tournament, which means one will not have to watch all four hours in one sitting. 

Voyage to the Sunken City key art
Voyage to the Sunken City key art. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

To get started, a viewer must visit the “Connected Apps” section on YouTube. Next, they should press the “Connect” button located beside After following the simple instructions, one’s YouTube and accounts will be connected.

Esports fans can catch all the Summer Championship action over on the main Hearthstone YouTube channel from June 3-5 starting at 12 a.m. PDT. According to an announcement, the competitive videos will be on the main channel moving forward.

Language streams in Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish will also be available throughout the weekend. 

More Hearthstone esports

Following the Hearthstone Masters Summer Championship, there will be even more esports action for the card game. 

Below are the dates for the next Masters Tours:

  • Masters Tour Vashj’ir: July 1-3
  • Hearthstone Masters Tour 5: August 12-14
  • Hearthstone Masters Tour 6: Sept. 30 – Oct. 2

The sixth Masters Tour Qualifiers will begin on June 10, and interested players can sign up via Battlefy. A spot in the remaining Hearthstone Masters Tour of this year will be at stake. Competitors can also get a spot via the June ladder or get an invitation scoring 6-2 or better in the fifth Hearthstone Masters Tour. 

Stay tuned to for more Hearthstone news and updates.

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Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!