Blizzard officials have announced the return of the battlefield chaos on the official Hearthstone site. On June 23, 16 well-known Hearthstone community noses will compete in four teams for a $ 200,000 prize pool. You can not only watch, but also bag Twitch drops!
On the official Hearthstone page Blizzard officials have announced the return of the battlefield chaos. On June 23, 16 well-known Hearthstone community noses will fight in four teams for a $ 200,000 prize pool. You can not only watch, but also bag Twitch drops! Here are the details:
This is how the battlefield chaos works
Scoring: Two matches are played simultaneously in each round. At the end of each round, the individual participants receive points for their placement, which are added to the total number of points for their team.
- 1st place = 5 points
- 2nd place = 4 points
- 3rd place = 2 points
- 4th place = 1 point
Prize money: A total of $ 200,000 in hand! The final placement and the corresponding prize money are determined by the total score of each team after seven rounds. In the event of a tie, the number of first places in each team is decisive.
- 1st place team = $ 20,000 per member
- 2nd place team = $ 12,500 per member
- 3rd place team = $ 10,000 per member
- 4th place team = $ 7,500 per member
So you can watch
The battlefield chaos: Pirates & Tohuwabohu is going live on the official HearthstoneChannels on Twitch and YouTube transfer. The individual participants also broadcast the events from their perspective on their own channels. Here is the list of participants:
Southern Sea Buccaneers
- Solary (Oliech)
Northern Sea Pirates
- Brian Kibler
Fog Jib Freebooters
These twitch drops await you
If you from June 23 at 5:30 p.m. to June 24 at 4:30 a.m.CEST any one for two hours (interruptions are possible) HearthstoneStreamed on Twitch, you will receive a pack of cards Ruins of Outland. After a total of four hours you will receive another one! The time spent watching is for the entire category Hearthstone (buy now for € 0.00)as long as your Battle.net and Twitch accounts are connected.
Connect your accounts
Before you can receive rewards, you need to connect your Twitch.tv and Battle.net accounts. Here's how it works:
- Log on Twitch.tv into your account or create a new one.
- Open the "Settings" menu by clicking on your account name in the top right corner of the homepage.
- Click on the "Connections" tab in the "Settings" menu.
- Go to the Battle.net section and choose a region. Then click on "Connect" and follow the instructions.
- When connecting your accounts, make sure that you are logged in with the Battle.net account for which you want to receive rewards.
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