Throughout the tournament, viewers can earn up to two card packs.

Hearthstone Masters Tour Undercity will kick off this Friday on Nov. 19. It will be the final Masters Tour event of 2021. 

More than 400 players will be duking it out against each other for the lion’s share of the $250,000 prize pool. The Masters Tour Undercity Champion title will also be on the line. 

Hearthstone Masters Tour Undercity schedule
Hearthstone Masters Tour schedule. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

Where to watch and how it works

Hearthstone Masters Tour Undercity will run from Nov. 19 through 21. The tournament will be broadcast on YouTube starting at 6:00 a.m. PST each day. 

The first day will entail four rounds of swiss pairings. This will be followed by four more rounds on Saturday. 

On the final day, the top 16 players will duel in a single-elimination playoff round to determine the top eight. These players will then battle for the Masters Tour Undercity crown. 

Competitors will fight under the conquest with a ban format, which involves four unique classes and four decks. Each player will get to ban one deck from their opponent, and the best-of-five winner will advance to the next stage. 

As for the casting talent, they will include Alex “Raven” Baguley, Dawn “Dragonriderdk” Krakowski, Darroch “Darroch” Brown, Jia “Jia” Dee, Neil “Lorinda” Bond and Simon “Sottle” Welch.

How to get free card packs

Throughout Hearthstone Masters Tour Undercity, viewers will have the opportunity to earn a couple of Year of the Phoenix card packs.

To get the first pack, a viewer must watch two hours of the live broadcast. Another two hours must be watched to earn the second card pack. The time watched will be cumulative throughout the event. 

The eligible YouTube channels include the following:

To get started, a viewer must connect their Battle.net and YouTube accounts. They can do this by going to the “Connected Apps” section on YouTube. Once there, they must press the “Connect” button that’s located next to Battle.net.

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