Hearthstone Pro League

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[e][h]Hearthstone Pro League
League Information
Series:
Hearthstone Pro League HPL
Organizer:
PVPLive
Type:
Online
Format:
Round Robin
Prize pool:
$60,000 USD
Start Date:
2015-06-08
End Date:
2015-08
Number of Players:
16
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

Hearthstone Pro League is a Hearthstone tournament organized by PVPLive.

Information[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Format[edit]

  • 8 teams invited
    • 2 players per team
    • Total 16 players
  • Regular Season Round-robin, best of 5,
    • Everyone plays each other once
  • LAN Playoffs, best of 5 and best of 7
    • Top 8 players from Regular Season
    • All teams with a player in the Playoffs are automatically invited to the next season
  • No locks, bans, or deck restrictions, etc.
    • Players will have a limited time between games to modify/swap decks or do anything with their cards that the Hearthstone game client will allow, provided they are able to do so within the limited time during the broadcast.
    • "If you can build it, you can play it"

Casters[edit]

Participants[edit]

Players
USA Dog
Germany Ek0p
Sweden ErA
United Kingdom Greensheep
USA JAB
Iceland Kaldi
South Korea Kranich
USA Muzzy
Ukraine Neirea
Sweden Ostkaka
Sweden Powder
Canada PurpleDrank
Romania Rdu
Sweden SjoW
Germany SuperJJ
USA Zalae
USA TidesofTime(1)

(1) After failing to show up for three scheduled matches, TidesofTime has been kicked from the league and replaced by Rdu.[1]

Results[edit]

Round Robin Table[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Regular Season
1. USA Dog 11-4
2. Canada PurpleDrank 10-5
2. USA Zalae 10-5
2. Sweden SjoW 10-5
5. Ukraine Neirea 9-6
6. USA Muzzy 8-7
6. USA JAB 8-7
8. Sweden ErA 7-8
8. Iceland Kaldi 7-8
8. Romania Rdu 7-8
8. South Korea Kranich 7-8
12. Germany Superjj 6-9
12. Germany ek0p 6-9
12. Sweden Powder 6-9
15. Sweden Ostkaka 5-10
16. United Kingdom Greensheep 3-12
Tiebreaker
8. South Korea Kranich 3-0
9. Sweden ErA 1-2
9. Romania Rdu 1-2
11. Iceland Kaldi 1-2

For detailed results click here.

Playoffs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Callum Leslie (2015-06-25). "Tides dropped from HPL, Rdu steps in to replace him". The Daily Dot.