Warma Wins Hearthstone Masters Tour Online: Jönköping

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Looks like the French are at it again as they just added another champion to their ranks. Enzo “Warma” Flock stood tall after winning what was one of the most competitive Hearthstone tournaments to date, the Masters Tour Online: Jönköping. With more than 348 players coming from at least 40 countries, there’s no question that this was indeed one of the toughest.

With the win, Warma gets $32,500, along with a sure slot at the Grandmasters Season 2. He also becomes the third Masters Tour champion to come from France, following Théo “Felkeine” Dumont and Zakarya “xBlyzes” Hail. Felkeine won the Masters Tour Seoul while xBlyzes secured wins for both Masters Tour Arlington and Masters Tour Los Angeles. Warma’s win also secures the dominance of the French in Hearthstone.

Jönköping was held from June 12–14 with a total prize pool of $500,000. Warma was one of eight who made it to the Playoffs. His first match was against Stone in a competition that went the distance. It was back and forth before Warma finally got the win with a Druid deck.

Up next was a match against Rami94. While Warma got the victory in the first game, Rami94 won the second game. However, Warma went on to win the next two games. The championship match was against Italian player Salvatorre “Pignas” Pignolo. Both players went for a Demon Hunter deck in the first game, with Warma getting the win. For the second game Warma decided to go for the Rogue deck, a good choice, and won against the Druid deck by Pignas. Warma used his own Druid deck with Pignas deciding to go back to his Demon Hunter deck, and got the win for a 2-1 score. It was Druid versus Druid in the fourth game and Warma got the victory and the championship.

Season 2

Jönköping was the last chance for players who wanted to get an invite to the Grandmasters. With that over, the top three players from each region have now been invited to join Grandmasters for Season 2, which starts in August. These players also get a chance to earn a spot in the World Championship, which begins this year. These are:

  • Europe
    • Zakarya “xBLyzes” Hail
    • Enzo “Warma” Flock
    • Romaric “AyRoK” Dubois
  • Americas
    • Ramiro “Rami94” Ponce
    • Luke “NoHandsGamer” Kooken
    • Brian “brimful” Schneider
  • Asia-Pacific
    • Alan “Alan870806” Chiang
    • Poramet “Bankyugi” Putchakan
    • Li “TIZS” Ching-Li
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