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Hearthstone ESports Guide
Checking the Hearthstone eSports schedule will always reveal to you that Hearthstone events are taking place every year. This proves just how big the game has become in electronic sports, and how the demand for it is growing with each passing day. The eSports industry is very likely to have even more tournaments organized in the future, but for now, Hearthstone is getting a lot of love as it is.
If you want to get into professional eSports and become a beloved player cheered on by many, you need to know how to play like a professional too. That being said, here is a little guide to get you ready for Hearthstone eSports.
How to Play Hearthstone eSports?
Before you get to play in big competitions, it’s essential to get good at the Hearthstone eSport. That means that you need to learn how the game is being played properly. Unless you’ve spent a significant amount of time playing this PC game, it’s unlikely to get accustomed to it and the way it works.
In a Hearthstone match, there are two players, each one of them using a deck of cards. There are nine classes for players, respectively Paladin, Druid, Mage, Shaman, Warrior, Rogue, Priest, Warlock, and Hunter. Each one of them has its own cards, with unique powers. Even cards are of different types. They will be weapons, minions, spells and hero cards.
In this game, each player will have to play cards using your mana. But you will have a specific time during which you can make a turn, while your opponent has to wait for theirs. Depending on what card you are using, you may cause damage to the opponent. The player who is left with no life will be the one losing the match.
Keep in mind that at the beginning of your match, you will have to choose a starting hand. There is a three-card starting hand, but they are randomly selected from your deck. Considering they are randomly chosen, you may not like them. Luckily, you will be able to swap one or all of them with different cards, chosen randomly too. This gives you the change to start the game in a much better position.
You also need to use mana to your advantage. The amount of mana that you have determines how many cards you can use, and what cards you can use. Each card has a certain cost, don’t forget that.
What Big ESports Hearthstone Events Can You Watch
With Hearthstone gaining worldwide love, it’s only normal to have big events to watch every year. That being said, several eSports Hearthstone tournaments are waiting for your support. There is, for instance, the Hearthstone Masters Tour, where you can not only see some of the greatest teams but also watch as they give it their best to win the prize pool.
At the same time, there is also the Red Bull M.E.O., which gives even people who aren’t professionals the chance to play against the big names in the industry. This is fantastic as it could help discover some new talents, so the Hearthstone eSport field would only have to win from this. It would gain new, amazing players that will help spread the popularity of the game even more.
Anyone older than 16 can participate in the Red Bull M.E.O. so there are many things to expect from this professional eSport competition. If you don’t want to participate, you can simply just watch it when it takes place. You would still learn something by watching others play.
Hearthstone is loved and it’s safe to say that it has the potential to become even more loved. If you want an eSport organization to take interest in you as a Hearthstone player, you need to learn how to play and get better at it. It is the only way to join the electronic sports industry and make yourself known. Hopefully, this guide will help you improve and make your dream come true.