Starting with Ranked Play Season 1, the best players from around the world will represent their region and battle it out Hearthstone style to decide who will become the Hearthstone World Champion.
How can you qualify for the World Championships? Excellent question! Each region has different ways to qualify, so check out the information for yours below:
Americas Qualifier Tournament
Europe Qualifier Tournament
Korea/Taiwan Hearthstone Qualifier Tournaments
China Qualifier Tournament
Hearthstone World Championships at BlizzCon Tournament Format
The World Championships will be played in a best-of-five “Last Hero Standing” format, with 3 classes per player each match. In a “Last Hero Standing” format, when you lose a game, you must change the deck you are currently playing. Each player brings three decks and plays until one player wins three games.
Participants must have their own card collections. Sixteen total players will participate in the World Championships: 4 representatives from Americas, 4 from Europe, 4 from China, 2 from Korea, and 2 from Taiwan.
We want you to be a part of the card-slinging action! If you’ve got your sights set on becoming a world-renowned Hearthstone player and think you’re ready to battle it out to the end, participate in Ranked Play and take your first step on the road to the World Championships!
The full tournament rules will be made available at a later date.
Super sudden pirates is a competitive deck? No way. It lacks consistency and will have a hard time versus both rush decks and heavy-control decks. Want a competitive deck? Use standard heavy-control with 2 equalities, wild pyro and other good stuff. Pirates are just not viable atm.
is there any video playing this deck at rank 2-3 or higher?