The Hearthstone esports year continues with the fourth Masters Tour event of 2022 taking place online, as usual. Over 400 players from all regions will compete for their share of the glory and the $250,000 prize pool. You can find everything you need to know below.
YouTube Drops Return
This is a reminder that YouTube Drops have returned!
- Watch 2 Hours of Masters Tour Voyage to the Sunken City to earn 1 Voyage to the Sunken City Pack.
- Watch another 2 Hours of Masters Tour Voyage to the Sunken City to earn 1 more Voyage to the Sunken City Pack.
You must be logged in on YouTube and have your Battle.net account connected to earn YouTube Drops. Info here.
The Masters Tour format continues with the same format we saw from the latter half of last year.
- All games are still played as Best-of-5 Conquest.
- 4 decks with 1 ban.
- A total of eight Swiss rounds, with Top 16 advancing to single elimination.
- Day 1: Four rounds of Swiss.
- Day 2: The remaining four rounds of Swiss.
- Day 3: Top 16 single elimination bracket.
All Grandmasters have been invited to the event but we have had their images up on our weekly GM posts, so it's time for others to have the limelight! The full list of invited players can be found here.
In case your timezone isn't listed below, check out the sidebar on the official tournament site. It should display the schedule in your local time.
|July 1||16:00 (June 30)||19:00 (June 30)||1:00||8:00|
|July 2||16:00 (July 1)||19:00 (July 1)||1:00||8:00|
|July 3||16:00 (July 2)||19:00 (July 2)||1:00||8:00|
The tournament will be streamed on the PlayHearthstone Youtube channel. Don't forget that Youtube Drops have returned to Masters Tour events, so you should watch at least 4 hours while logged in!