Hearthstone Masters Tour

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The Hearthstone Masters Tour is the official second tier of tournament play in the Hearthstone Masters tournament system, consisting of live and online events hosted every year in which Masters Qualifiers winners, Hearthstone Grandmasters, and other invitees compete for massive prize money.

The events are invitation-only events and take place in North America, Asia, and Europe. Each tournament has around 300 competitors, with Masters Qualifiers winners and the biggest names in Hearthstone esports each competing for a share of a $3,000,000 prize pool year-round. The players who finish Masters Tour events with the largest sum of prize money at the end of a Season have the additional opportunity to be inducted into the premier level of tournament play, Hearthstone Grandmasters.

2020 Hearthstone Masters Tour[edit | edit source]

Masters Tour Madrid (October 23-25)[edit | edit source]

Winner: TBD

Masters Tour Montreal will use a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban. The tournament will be held entirely online with a prize pool of $500,000, with a base prize pool of $250,000.

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Masters Tour Montreal (September 11-13)[edit | edit source]

Winner: Frenetic

Masters Tour Montreal used a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban. The tournament was held entirely online with a prize pool of $500,000, with a base prize pool of $250,000.

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Masters Tour Asia-Pacific (July 16-19)[edit | edit source]

Winner: Leta

Masters Tour Asia-Pacific used a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban. The tournament was held entirely online with a prize pool of $500,000, with a base prize pool of $250,000.

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Masters Tour Jönköping (June 12-14)[edit | edit source]

Winner: Warma

Masters Tour Jönköping used a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban. The tournament was held entirely online with a prize pool of $500,000, with a base prize pool of $250,000.

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Masters Tour Los Angeles (March 20-22)[edit | edit source]

Winner: xBlyzes

Masters Tour Los Angeles used a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban. However, this time the tournament was not held in a public venue but was changed to being entirely online due to the 2019-2020 coronavirus outbreak that was occurring. The tournament was originally scheduled to be held in Bali, Indonesia, but was later rescheduled to be held in Los Angeles, USA, but then was later rescheduled to be an entirely online-only tournament. Additionally, the live broadcast was later canceled for Friday and Saturday, with only the broadcast on Sunday occurring for the Top 8 final matches.[1] The total prize pool for the tournament was $500,000, with a base prize pool of $250,000.

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Masters Tour Arlington (January 30 - February 2)[edit | edit source]

Winner: xBlyzes

Masters Tour Arlington used a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban.[2] The tournament was held in Arlington, Texas in the United States, with a prize pool of $500,000, with a base prize pool of $250,000.

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2019 Hearthstone Masters Tour[edit | edit source]

Masters Tour Bucharest (October 18-20)[edit | edit source]

Winner: Eddie

Masters Tour Bucharest used a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest format with a ban.[3] The tournament was held in Bucharest, Romania, with a prize pool of $500,000.

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Masters Tour Seoul (August 16-18)[edit | edit source]

Winner: Felkeine

Masters Tour Seoul used a best-of-3 Specialist format. The finals and semi-finals were a best-of-5.[3] The tournament was held in Seoul, South Korea, with a prize pool of $500,000.

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Masters Tour Las Vegas (June 14-16)[edit | edit source]

Winner: Dog

Masters Tour Las Vegas used a best-of-3 Specialist format.[3] The tournament was held in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States, with a prize pool of $500,000.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Hearthstone Esports on Twitter. (2020-03-19). 
  2. Blizzard Entertainment (January 6, 2020). 2020 Hearthstone Masters Tour Official Competition Rules v2.1 (page 10 of PDF). Retrieved on 2020-02-06.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Blizzard Entertainment (September 16, 2019). 2019 Hearthstone Masters Tour Official Competition Rules v1.3 (page 9 of PDF). Retrieved on 2019-10-21.

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