Masters Tour Arlington Top 8 – Deck Lists, Stats & Results!

Masters Tour Arlington has just finished. Over 350 players from around the world have fought for their share of $500,000 prize pool ($250,000 base prize + another $250,000 from the Dragon Masters bundle crowdfunding), as well as a chance to qualify into Grandmasters circuit.

Masters Tour Arlington Top 8 Results & Prizes

Here are the final results. All 8 players did amazing job to get this far, but biggest congratulations to xBlyzes for taking the trophy home!

Place Player Money Prize
1 xBlyzes $32,500
2 AyRoK $25,000
3-4 Alan870806 $15,000
3-4 Felkeine $15,000
5-8 bloodyface $11,000
5-8 brimful $11,000
5-8 totosh $11,000
5-8 TIZS $11,000

And here’s a full Top 8 bracket:

Masters Tour Arlington Top 8 Deck Distribution & Card Stats

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Deck Type Distribution

Most Popular Legendaries

Most Popular Epics

Most Popular Rares

Masters Tour Arlington Top 8 Deck Lists

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  1. GingerKidz
    February 4, 2020 at 12:40 pm

    I’m just looking at the deck costs, and all I see is Blizzard raking in the cash… very few competitive decks under 10k dust!

    Anyone know why the popularity of HL warrior in the tournament meta (2/6 in top 8)?

  2. KingArthas
    February 3, 2020 at 1:25 pm

    Conclusions from the Arlington tour:

    1. The French community has really stepped up their game (4 players out of 8 is pretty impressive)
    2. Bad luck albatross is by far the best tech choice
    3. Highlander mage is much more effective in a tournament environment than on ladder
    4. Galakrond warlock started the tour as a powerhouse but by the time we reached the top8 it became the black sheep of the family
    5. If someone gave me a coin for every time Galakrond rogue was banned, I would be rich by now

  3. Solojazz
    February 3, 2020 at 10:45 am

    Alan has been killing it! I hope he wins one of them this year.

  4. Sonriks6
    February 3, 2020 at 8:27 am

    Many players brought Embiggen Druid to the tournament but WRs shows that it’s not that strong. For me the winners and overall powerful decks are Gala Rogue and Gala Warlock (not expected)