Hearthstone Grandmasters 2020 Season 2 Ends This Weekend

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Whose going to claim the top spot?
Whose going to claim the top spot? Blizzard

After seven weeks of competition, we’ve finally arrived here. We finally get to see the conclusion of the Hearthstone Grandmasters Season 2. Even better, this competition is happening this weekend. For the upcoming matches, the top eight players of each region are fighting over the remaining three Grandmasters spots for the 2020 Hearthstone World Championship.

It’s not all matches to determine who the regional champions are as there is another thing on the line. For those who have been following the competition, the regular season ended last week. At that time, two players coming from Division 4 were immediately relegated. For this upcoming weekend, the last relegation spot for each region is going to be filled up.

There’s going to be a three-match play-in that involves the 7th and 8th placed players from Division A along with the 5th and 6th placed players of Division B. These players are going to fight to avoid relegation and continue to be a Hearthstone Grandmaster.

Going back to this weekend’s competition, here are the some of the details to help you catch up and how to watch the matches.

The competition is going to be from October 9 to October 11. The broadcast kicks off with the Asia-Pacific region at 5:00 AM EDT on October 9. All the matches can be viewed on the official YouTube channel of Hearthstone Esports, which you can visit here.

For the main channel, the casters are going to be:

    • Dan “Frodan” Chou
    • TJ “Azumo” Sanders
    • Jia “Jia” Dee
    • Darroch “Darroch” Brown
    • Simon “Sottle” Welch
    • Alex “Raven” Baguley

There’s also going to be different language streams available on YouTube, which are:

World Championship 2020

The Hearthstone World Championship 2020 is going to be held on December 12 and December 13. Eight players are going to be taking part, with four already named. These four players were the winners of Season 1.

For those who watched last year’s tournament, it was China’s Xiaomeng “Liooon” Li who took the victory. She managed to sweep Brian “bloodyface” Eason at the Finals 3-0.

So far, bloodyface has managed to earn a spot in this year’s World Championship and it will be interesting to see if he can claim the victory this time around.

It’s sure going to be a busy weekend for Hearthstone fans, so now's time to see who makes the cut.

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