The Americas win Hearthstone Global Innvitational defeating Europe, Asia-Pacific, and China in a $230,000 world-class event.
The Hearthstone Global Innvitational, an Olympic-style tournament, will feature world-class players like Thijs, Dog, Hunterace, among others. Players will compete in Constructed, Battlegrounds, and Mercenaires. Format, roosters, decklists, broadcast, and more, below
Hearthstone finally announces nerfs for Garrote Rogue, Quest Mage, and Aggro Druid. Changes will happen days before the next $250k tournament.
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Thijs, Surrender, and others add to the list of Hearthstone Grandmasters announcing retirement. What is happening to Hearthstone Esports?
The 2021 Hearthstone World Championship is coming this December. With a Half-million dollar prize pool, the best 8 Hearthstone player will make their shot to become a World Champion.
Eddie announced his retirement from competitive Hearthstone. In a TwitLonger where he confessed that Hearthstone had saved his life, Eddie said he would not be a part of Grandmasters after this season.
Masters Tour Silvermoon: Who won Hearthstone’s $250.000 tournament and the best takes from this competitive weekend, all in one place.