Frenetic Is The Hearthstone Masters Tour Online: Montreal Champion

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Another win for Europe.
Another win for Europe. Blizzard

Looks like it’s another win for Europe as David “Frenetic” Quiñones of Spain took home the Hearthstone crown at the recently concluded Hearthstone Masters Tour Online: Montreal. With the win, Frenetic gets to take home not only the Masters Tour champions trophy, but also $32,500 in prize money.

Actually, Europe getting the win isn’t that much of a surprise considering that the finals was Frenetic against Edoarado “cagnetta99” Cutajar of Italy. This is the fifth series that Europe has won, with Zakarya “xBlyzes” Hail of France getting the win in the first two tournaments at Arlington and Los Angeles. This was then followed by Enzo “Warma” Flock of France winning at Jonkoping and Simone “Leta” Liguori of Italy taking the top spot in the Asia-Pacific leg.

There’s only one more tournament left and it’s the Masters Tour Madrid on October 23.

Frenetic’s journey during Montreal was actually one of dominance. His championship run started with a 7–2 record during the Swiss rounds, which secured him a Top Eight spot. During the Playoffs, he first went against Paul “Nightning” Rolfes. In the first game, Frenetic made good use of his Mage deck versus Nightning’s Rogue. Nightning would take the second game with the same Rouge deck against Frenetic’s Mage deck. However, after that it was all Frenetic who took the next two games.

Actually, that loss would be the only one that Frenetic experienced throughout the Playoffs. In the semifinals, Frenetic played against Wesley “Lambyseries” Seek of Singapore. In the first game, Frenetic used his Priest deck against the Rogue deck of Lambyseries. For the second game, Lambyseries used his Druid deck, but that wasn't enough for Frenetic’s Warrior. Surprisingly, Lambyseries continued to go with his Druid deck, but it wasn’t enough to beat out Frenetic, who went for his Demon Hunter.

For the Finals. cagnetta99 used his Priest deck for the series. Despite some skilled plays, Frenetic swept cagnetta99 using his Demon Hunter, Priest, and Mage decks.

While the year is almost over, there’s still lots to look forward to in the Hearthstone esports scene, especially as Season 2 of Grandmasters is about to finish up. There’s the World Championship, whose Playoffs is scheduled for October 9 to October 11. As mentioned, there is also the Masters Tour Madrid, which is the sixth and final Masters Tour of 2020.

What about you? What was your favorite moment of the Masters Tour Montreal? Let us know in the comments section below.

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