Week 3 of Hearthstone Grandmasters has just started! Many more exciting matches will happen all the way until Sunday.
There are 12 hours (or even more) of matches every day. If you want to see when they’re played in your time zone, or check out for interesting games, the official schedule can come handy! Watch the games live on PlayHearthstone Twitch channel.
You can check out the official post below for some highlights and more information.
It’s time for another weekend of Hearthstone Grandmasters! As the weekly meta continues to evolve, we’re seeing Hunter surpass Mage as one of the most popular classes. You can find the all the decks submitted for Week 3 on the schedule page here.
And Then There Were Six (Undefeated Players)
Monsanto Seiko Dawn Fenomeno Flurry Shaxy
Jerome “Monsanto” Faucher is the only undefeated player left in the Americas. In case you missed it, he made a stylish double sap play that went his way over the weekend.
Here is a rundown of the matches you can’t miss on the docket for Hearthstone Grandmasters Week 3:
The 2017 Hearthstone World Champion will take on Cho “Flurry” Hyun Soo from South Korea. Both players brought Rogue in Week 1 and Mage in Week 2. Flurry has opted to bring Thief Rogue for Week 3, while Chen “tom60229” Wei Lin brought OTK Paladin.
Muzahidul “Muzzy” Islam had a rough 0-2 start in Week 1, but he bounced back with a win against Eddie “Eddie” Lui with Cyclone Mage last week before narrowly losing the mirror to Francisco “PNC” Leimontas. Muzzy brought Tempo Rogue with Raiding Party for Week 3, while his opponent Brian “bloodyface” Eason brought Thief Rogue.
Ended up submitting basically the prenerf Rogue deck to Grandmasters this week. Going Raiding Party and playing 0 mana Dread Corsairs is still unbeatable for a lot of decks currently.See Radiance | Muzzy’s other Tweets
After dropping both his matches in Week 2, Kolento will be looking to crack the top three in Division A in his match against Thijs “Thijs” Molendijk, who had a memorable and miraculous turn three in his game against Vladislav “SilverName” Sinotov last weekend.
Now that is value.
Casters and Commentators
A huge thank you to Mihai “languagehacker” Dragalin for joining us on the desk for Grandmasters Weeks 1 and 2! Here are your casters for Week 3:
- Americas – TJ “Azumo” Sanders and Dan “Frodan” Chou
- Europe – Darroch “Darroch” Brown and Nathan “Admirable” Zamora
- Asia-Pacific – Jia “Jia” Dee and Alex “Raven” Baguley
Be sure to tune in when the first match of the weekend kicks off between Kim “che0nsu” Cheon Su and Kim “Surrender” Jung-soo at 2am PT / 10am CET on Friday, May 31, on Twitch.tv/PlayHearthstone!