Masters Tour is over for this year, and the only two major competitive events left are Fall Championship and then World Championship. The former happens is happening this weekend. Top 16 point earners from the last three Masters Tour tournaments will compete for their share of $50,000 prize pool, as well as a chance to qualify to 2022 World Championship.
The event’s meta is pretty much the same as the last time (previous Masters Tour happened just a few weeks ago), but it should still be an interesting watch given the caliber of players participating – they’re the best of the best, so it should be interesting. And maybe one of them have figured out some metabreaker they haven’t shared with the world yet – I doubt that, but who knows!
YouTube drops will also be active. Watch the tournament on any of the official streams for two hours to get a single Murder at Castle Nathria pack, watch for two more (four hours in total) for a second pack.
Learn more about the event and how to connect your accounts for the drops (in case you haven’t done it yet) from the official blog post below:
The Masters Fall Championship is this weekend! The top 16 points earners from the last three Masters Tours of the year will compete in Murder at Castle Nathria to earn a share of the $50,000 (USD) prize pool and an invite to the 2022 World Championship later this year. Read on for everything you need to know to enjoy the action, only on YouTube!
What You Need to Know
- Dates & Broadcast Start Times:
- PDT: Friday, October 28 – Sunday, October 30 at 12:00 am
- CEST: Friday, October 28 – Sunday, October 30 at 9:00 am
- KST: Friday, October 28 – Sunday, October 30 at 4:00 pm
- Format: 4-deck, best-of-5 Conquest with a ban
- Prize Pool: $50,000 (USD) and an invite to the 2022 World Championship
- Drops: Earn up to two Murder at Castle Nathria packs while watching on YouTube all weekend. Details below.
- Language Streams on YouTube:
You can earn up to two Murder at Castle Nathria card packs this weekend! On any of the above YouTube channels, watch two total hours to receive one pack and two more hours for your second. Time watched is cumulative throughout the weekend, so even if you can’t watch for the full four hours in one sitting your time will still count toward earning the Drops.
Connecting Your Accounts
Before you can receive rewards, you’ll need to link your YouTube and Blizzard Battle.net accounts. Here’s how:
- Log in or create an account on YouTube.
- Navigate to Account Sharing under “Connected Apps” in Settings.
- Select “Connect” next to Battle.net.
- Follow the simple prompts to finish connecting accounts.
- When connecting accounts, be sure that you’re currently logged into the Blizzard account on which you’d like to receive your Drops.
- Check out the full rules for eligibility details.