Learn how to get Hearthstone Drops while watching Masters Tour Vashj’ir starting this Thursday. All the info about this $250K event is here!

Masters Tour Vashj’ir is coming with drops for all the Hearthstone esports fans. This Thursday, the top 300 players from all over the world will compete for $250,000 in prizes. As if the stakes weren’t high enough, with the Murder at Castle Nathria expansion, Hearthstone players found out that there is a new card to watch out for, Prince Renathal, and they weren’t happy about it. Learn everything about Hearthstone Masters Tour Vashj’ir and how to get drops containing free packs in this article.

Masters Tour: Vashj’ir

The first Hearthstone Esports season for 2022 is over, and Master Tour Vashj’ir will inaugurate the second part. The $250,000 event will give out points to qualify for the Fall Seasonal Championship. On top of that, players making 6-2 or better will also earn an invite for Masters Tour Five. 

As always, Hearthstone will reward viewers with drops during the YouTube broadcast equivalent to two Voyage to the Sunken City free packs. 

Despite we are still waiting on the Murder at Castle Nathria expansion to arrive on August 2nd, this Masters tour will see a new card featured. Hearthstone Esports confirmed that Prince Renathal is eligible for the event. While some pro-players disliked this, it will spice up the established metagame.

Tournament Details

Masters Tour Vashj’ir will consist of two stages of competition divided into three days. The first stage starting on Thursday (due to time zones), will be an 8-Rounds Swiss bracket, in which players will give their best to get the top 16 spots that advance to the final day of competition. 

The Swiss stage will have 4 rounds on Day 1 and the final 4 on Day 2. The best 16 players on the standings after the Swiss bracket will advance to a Single Elimination phase on Day 3.

Hearthstone Masters Tour Vashj'ir with Drops

The event will have live coverage on Hearthstone’s official YouTube channels with drops active during the whole weekend . However, this time the action begins on Thursday since the tournament is based in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Dates: Thursday, June 30th – Saturday, July 2 
    • Thursday: Swiss Rounds 1-4
    • Friday: Swiss Rounds 5-8
    • Saturday: Round of 16, Top 8, Semifinals, & Finals
  • Broadcast Start Time: 4:00 p.m. PDT  / 1:00 a.m. CEST / 8:00 p.m. KST (CEST and KST broadcasts start on July 1st)
  • Prize Pool: $250,000 (USD)
  • Format: 4-deck, best-of-5 Conquest with a ban

Get free Hearthstone packs watching Masters Tour Vashj’ir

If you a Hearthstone Esports fan you probably know how it works, but just in case, here are the important things to know to get drops during Masters Tour Vashj’ir. You can get 2 free Hearthstone Packs for watching 4 hours of official broadcast. The watch time is cumulative throughout the weekend, so don’t worry if you can’t do it in one sitting.

All the Hearthstone official YouTube broadcasts count towards your drops progression. However, only one at a time will count towards your drops. The official YouTube channels are:

How to Connect your Hearthstone and YouTube Accounts to get drops

To receive Hearthstone Drops during Masters Tour Vashj’ir, you will need to link your Blizzard Battle.net account with YouTube. You can do this in simple steps:

  • Log in to your YouTube account.
  • Go to Account Settings.
  • Click on “Connect” next to Battle.net. Don’t forget to be logged into your Blizzard account on which you’d like to claim your Hearthstone packs.
  • After successfully connecting your accounts, you will be able to see a Diamond by the “Like” button below the video.
  • Check full terms and conditions here.

That is all for now, stay tuned to Esports.gg for more Hearthstone news and updates. See you next time in Castle Nathria.

Manuel

Manuel "Rane" Delgado

Writer of the Month: August | Twitter: @RaneTDF

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 covers Hearthstone Grandmasters’ Americas region for LATAM, among other content creation. Besides esports, he works in a construction company, which made him kind of a "handyman" when fixing everyday house problems.