Provisional Rules The rules have not been updated for 2024. The rules are provisional and may be used as reference, but are subject to change at any time while this banner is shown.
General Provisions #
These rules inherit all rules from the main rulebook.
These rules apply to all participants of the Hearthstone tournament (hereinafter “HS” or “Game”).
The rules may be available in several languages. If the individual versions differ, the English version is considered the source of the truth.
Tournament Information #
Tournament Platform #
The official tournament platform for this tournament is Battlefy. Please make sure that each member of your team has an account.
The official tournament page will be shared via the main communication channel established in the main rulebook.
Tournament Format #
The tournament is played in the following stages:
|Stage 1||Swiss Rounds||Bo5||6 rounds. The top 4 players qualify for the next stage. This stage will not be seeded|
|Stage 2||Single Elimination||Bo5||The bracket will be seeded according to the result of the first stage|
The first appointment for the team representative will be the briefing on Saturday at 09:00. The tournament itself will start one hour later at 10:00. All players must be at the location at the start of the tournament.
Game Settings #
Match Settings #
The 1. named team (upper one in the Bracket) is responsible for creating the match lobby.
- Server: Europe
- Format: Bo5 Conquest (4 decks of different classes, 1 ban)
Hero Banning #
Each player brings 4 decks of different classes. At the beginning of each match, each player has to ban 1 deck from his opponent. The banned deck may not be used. If a player mistakenly picks the wrong deck and the opponent plays the game nonetheless, it means that he agreed to the “conditions” and may not complain to the tournament officials afterwards.
The deck lists will be submitted on Battlefy. If a player is using a card which is not listed on his Battlefy’s list, his opponent may request the round win (so it would be 1-0 in the Bo5 for example).
Scripts / 3rd Party Software #
It is not allowed to use any 3rd party software such as deck trackers or any other systems which are not directly provided by the game.
You may use a pen and paper to write down what your opponent has play though.