Everything You Need To Know About The Hearthstone Masters Tour Online: Montreal

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The Hearthstone Masters Tour Online: Montreal is all set to begin this Friday, September 11. The tournament is going to include more than 300 invited players from at least 40 countries. That’s not all, as the competition is also going to see the addition of the Scholomance Academy.

The champion gets to take home a large share of the prize pool, a Masters Tour trophy, and a chance to be invited to the Grandmasters.

The Montreal leg is the fifth tournament for the 2020 Masters Tour, with the winners of the previous four being:

  • Arlington: Zakarya “xBlyzes” Hail (France)
  • Los Angeles: Zakarya “xBlyzes” Hail (France)
  • Jonkoping: Enzo “Warma” Flock (France)
  • Asia–Pacific: Simone “Leta” Liguori (Italy)

Looking at the different winners, there’s no doubt that Europe has been dominating. Are they going to continue to streak, or is there going to be a new region that takes the top spot?

The Montreal leg is going to be played in the four deck, best-of five Conquest with a ban format. Players that can get at least a 7–2 standing will qualify for the Hearthstone Masters Tour Online: Madrid as well as the first ever Hearthstone Masters Tour of 2021.

The tournament starts on September 11 with the Grand Finals set for September 13. This competition is going to be divided like so:

  • Day 1
    • Five rounds of Swiss.
    • Players that get their third match loss are dropped.
  • Day 2
    • Players that manage to get at least three match wins get to play through four more rounds of Swiss.
  • Day 3
    • Top eight players compete in the playoffs with a new Masters Tour Champion crowned.

The entire tournament is going to be held online and streamed on Hearthstone’s official YouTube channel here. There’s also going to be streams in a number of different languages, which include:

For this tournament, the English stream casters are:

  • TJ  "Azumoqt" Sanders
  • Darroch "Darroch" Brown
  • Dan "Frodan" Chou
  • Alex "RavenCasts" Baguley
  • Simon "Sottle" Welch

After this tournament, the next competition is going to be the Masters Tour Madrid, which is from October 23 to October 25. This is going to be the sixth and final tournament of the 2020 series.

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