The Hearthstone Masters Tour returns this weekend for Masters Tour Orgrimmar!
With over 400 invited players from over 45 countries competing for a share of the $250,000 prize pool, The Masters Tour looks set to be a promising event for all Hearthstone enthusiasts.
What’s more, spectators watching the event will have a chance to earn up to two Year of the Phoenix card packs this weekend!
Read more to learn about where to watch the Hearthstone Masters Tour Orgrimmar and everything about it.
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Hearthstone Masters Tour Details
The invited players will test their skills within the Forged in the Barrens, the game’s seventeenth expansion. Players with at least seven wins will also earn points towards the Road to Grandmasters and their shot to earn an invite to Grandmasters 2021 Season 2.
You can catch the English livestream on YouTube here and here. The event will also be livestreamed on YouTube in Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish.
The broadcast starts at 6:00 AM PT on Thursday, April 29. The event ends on Sunday, May 2.
The format will be a 4-deck best-of-5 Conquest with a ban. Players who manage at least a 7-2 result will qualify for a Masters Tour Dalaran invite!
The event will be casted by TJ “Azumoqt” Sanders, Darroch “Darroch” Brown, Dan “Frodan” Chou, Jia “Jia” Dee, and Neil “Lorinda” Bond.
And finally, it sports a prize pool of a whopping $250,000.
Hearthstone Masters Tour Schedule
The first day will have five rounds of Swiss followed by four rounds of Swiss on the second day. Later that day, we will also get to witness the Top 16 single-elimination round. On Day 3, the Top 8 players will compete in the playoffs, and a new Masters Tour Champion will be crowned as well.
How To Get Hearthstone Drops
It’s simple, really. You can earn up to two Year of the Phoenix card packs this weekend as you watch Masters Tour Orgrimmar! On any of the above YouTube channels, watch a total of two hours to receive one pack and two more hours for your second. Time watched is cumulative throughout the weekend, so even if you can’t watch for the full four hours in one sitting your time will still count toward earning the Drops.
Don’t forget to connect your Battle.net account to your YouTube to receive the rewards though! Follow these steps:
- Navigate to Account Sharing under “Connected Apps” in YouTube Settings
- Select “Connect” next to Battle.net
- Follow the simple prompts to finish connecting accounts.
- Log into the Blizzard account on which you’d like to receive your Drops.
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