Who won the Hearthstone World Championship 2020?

Who won the Hearthstone World Championship 2020?

Kenta “glory” Sato
Kenta “glory” Sato defeated Jaromír “Jarla” Vyskočil to win the Hearthstone 2020 World Championship!

What is the biggest Hearthstone tournament?

The biggest Hearthstone tournament in the world will conclude online, when eight exceptional players from around the globe—come together to duel not only for the title of World Champion, but also for their share of a $500,000 prize pool!

Where can I watch GM Hearthstone?

Welcome to Hearthstone Masters Hearthstone Grandmasters consists of two eight-week seasons, with matches broadcasted on YouTube every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Is Hearthstone a good esport?

I recently spoke with gaming analyst firm EEDAR about Hearthstone’s position in the ever-growing eSports scene, and came away optimistic. From what I can tell, Hearthstone is in a pretty good spot. With a mix of round robin and elimination matches, Hearthstone’s tournaments are nothing particularly new.

Where was the fifth Hearthstone World Championship held?

The fifth Hearthstone World Championship took place on April 2019 and was held in Taipei; the winner was NorwegianCasper “Hunterace” Notto that received $250,000.

Who was the First World Champion of Hearthstone?

Hearthstone’s inaugural World Championship concluded at BlizzCon 2014 and featured a total prize pool of US$250,000 and the Last Hero Standing format. [13][14]James “Firebat” Kostesich defeated Wang “Tiddler Celestial” Xieyu in the finals, becoming the first World Champion and earning US$100,000. [13] 2015[edit]

Who was the winner of the Hearthstone Invitational?

Blizzard selected eight prominent Hearthstoneplayers to compete at what they titled the “Hearthstone Innkeeper’s Invitational”. The tournament was won by Artosis, who was subsequently crowned the “Grandmaster of the Hearth”.

Who was the winner of Hearthstone World Championship 2017?

Breaking from the tradition of previous years, the 2017 Hearthstone World Championship took place in January 2018, instead of during BlizzCon near the end of the year. The winner was Chen “Tom60229” WeiLin from Taiwan, who defeated Frank “Fr0zen” Zhang to earn the top prize of US$250,000.