HCT Summer Championship 2018 Deck Lists, Results, & Information

All of the summer playoffs are over and it’s finally time to crown a HCT Summer 2018 Champion! We’ve got all of the information you will need, including dates, casters, results & brackets, as well as all of the deck lists for the tournament!

Don’t forget to vote for a champion and get a chance to win packs based on how well they do!

HCT Summer Championship 2018 Dates

The Summer Championship takes place June 28 through July 1, starting at 8:30 a.m. PDT daily.

  • June 28 – Group Stage
  • June 29 – Group Stage
  • June 30 – Elimination & Decider Matches
  • July 1 – Playoffs

Casters

Calling all of the action will be host Cora “Songbird” Georgiou and the talented casting duos of:

Prize Pool

The $250,000 Summer Championship prize pool will be divided as follows:

Placement Prize (USD) Points
1st $50,000 30
2nd $40,000 25
3rd & 4th $25,000 20
5th – 8th $12,500 15
9th – 16th  $7,500 12
Total $250,000 251

HCT Summer Championship Results & Brackets

Group Stage Results

Class Distribution

Deck Type Distribution

Most Popular Legendaries

Most Popular Epics

Most Popular Rares

HCT Summer Championship 2018 Deck Lists

Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks!

2 Comments

  1. RDUNeil
    July 2, 2018 at 8:49 am

    Is there any simple explanation for the HCT Championships and how they affect Worlds, etc.? These (and other games as well) tournament structures are very confusing, and everyone talks like everyone knows is all already, rather than explaining the overall big picture… what does winning this or Top 4 get you? Invite to Worlds? Is that really the “superbowl” of Hearthstone, ’cause there seem to be a lot of other tounraments out there, etc. Is it as simple as “four HCT seasonal tournaments… top for of each of those go to Worlds” then cool… but I just don’t find that definition written down anywhere.

    Reply
    • delicious dirt
      July 3, 2018 at 6:42 am

      Yeah that’s exactly how it works. Top 4 of each season of championships will make it to worlds and compete in a 16 man bracket

      Reply

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