Så skal der lyde et stort tillykke til norske Hunterrace som har vundet dette års Hearthstone World Championship og kan gå derfra $250.000 rigere. Det er ca. 1,6 millioner danske kroner. Vi har alle resultater nedenfor samt hele pressemeddelelsen.

The Hearthstone Championship Tour (HCT) has crowned its final champion. On Sunday, April 28, Norwegian Casper “Hunterace” Notto defeated Torben “Viper” Wahl, 3-2, in the Grand Finals of the 2019 HCT World Championship at the Taipei Heping Basketball Gym in Taipei, Taiwan, taking home $250,000 and joining the pantheon of HCT World Champions: Firebat (2014), Ostkaka (2015), Pavel (2016), and Tom60229 (2017).

After an intense year of Tour Stops, Playoff events and Seasonal Championships that spanned the entire globe, 16 of the best players from around the world met in Taipei from April 25 through April 28 to battle for their chance to claim the Hearthstone World Championship trophy, and the lion’s share of the $1,000,000 prize pool. An overview of the results are below – for more details  please visit the Hearthstone website.

  • 1st Place – Casper “Hunterace” Notto (Europe) – $250,000
  • 2nd Place – Torben “Viper” Wahl (Europe) – $150,000
  • 3rd/4th Place – Raphael “BunnyHoppor” Peltzer (Europe) – $100,000
  • 3rd/4th Place – Guan “Jing” Zhendong (China) – $100,000

Hearthstone Grandmasters Begins May 17

While the Hearthstone Championship Tour has come to an end, the new pinnacle of Hearthstone Esports,  Hearthstone Grandmasters, debuts on May 17!

As the top-tier of the new competitive Hearthstone ecosystem, 48 of the world’s top Hearthstone players will be divided into three regions—16 each from the AmericasEurope, and Asia-Pacific—and compete in two eight-week seasons. Culminating in the top 8 players, comprised of the top competitors from each season in each region, along with the top two from China’s Gold Series, battling for a share of a $500,000 prize pool at the Hearthstone Global Finals at BlizzCon in November.

The final groups for Hearthstone Grandmasters were announced during the 2019 HCT World Championship. 

AmericasEuropeAsia-Pacific
 DIVISION A
Muzahidul “Muzzy” IslamTorben “Viper” WahlDylan “FroStee” O’Mallon
“Eddie” LuiChris “Fenomeno” TsakopoulosYashima “Alutemu” Nozomi
Brian “bloodyface” EasonGeorge “BoarControl” WebbDasol “Ryvius” Sim
William “Amnesiac” BartonElias “Bozzzton” SibeliusKim “Surrender” Jung-soo
Francisco “PNC” LeimontasRaphael “BunnyHoppor” PeltzerKim “che0nsu” Cheon Su 
James “Firebat” KostesichVladislav “SilverName” SinotovChen “tom60229” Wei Lin
Cong “StrifeCro” ShuAleksandr “Kolento” MalshCho “Flurry” Hyun Soo
Frank “Fr0zen” ZhangThijs “Thijs” MolendijkEuneil “Staz” Javiñas
DIVISION B
Lucas “Rase” GuerraJaromír “Jarla” VyskočilJang “Dawn” Hyun Jae
Fei “ETC” LiangPavel “Pavel” BeltukovLiu “Shaxy” Wei-Chieh
Ryan “Purple” Murphy-RootJon “Orange” WestbergNg “Blitzchung” Wai Chung
David “Dog” CaeroJoffrey “Swidz” CunatTsao “SamuelTsao” Tsu Lin
Jerome “Monsanto” FaucherLinh “Seiko” NguyenWu “BloodTrail” Zong-Chang
Paul “Zalae” NemethKevin “Casie” EberleinKenta “glory” Sato
Facundo “Nalguidan” PruzzoDima “Rdu” RaduPathra “Pathra” Cadness
David “Justsaiyan” ShanCasper “Hunterace” NottoTyler “Tyler” Hoang Nguyen