2017 Hearthstone Summer Championship

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[e][h]2017 Hearthstone Summer Championship
League Information
Series:
Hearthstone Championship Tour HCT
Type:
Offline
Location:
USA Los Angeles
Format:
Conquest
Prize pool:
$250,000 USD
Start Date:
2017-10-13
End Date:
2017-10-15
Number of Players:
16
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
Sweden Orange
Chronology
 Spring Spring

Information[edit]

Location[edit]

Los Angeles, USA.

Prize Pool[edit]

250,000 USD are spread among the players as seen below:

Format[edit]

  • Standard Mode
  • Conquest
  • Group Stage:
    • Dual Tournament
    • Top2 advance playoffs
  • Playoffs:
    • Single-Elimination
  • All matches Bo5

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Participants[edit]

Europe Summer Championship (4)
A11st A22nd A33 - 4th
Russia Pavel Poland Amyks Ukraine OldBoy
Sweden Orange
Americas Summer Championship (4)
A11st A22nd A33 - 4th
Canada PurpleDrank
Argentina Nalguidan
Mexico Empanizado USA YAYtears
Gold Series 2017 Summer (4)
A11st A22nd A33rd A44th
China Trunks
China Baize 1
China JasonZhou
China OmegaZero
Asia-Pacific Summer Championship (4)
A11st A22nd A33 - 4th
South Korea Surrender
South Korea cocosasa
Taiwan Tom60229
Japan uya
1 BaiZe replace Jiajia.[1]

2017 Hearthstone Summer Championship is the Global Finals of 2017 Summer HTC series tournaments. 16 players will compete, qualifying at each regional championship.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Group A
1. Taiwan Tom60229 2-0 6-2
2. Ukraine OldBoy 2-1 6-7
3. Argentina Nalguidan 1-2 7-8
4. China Trunks 0-2 4-6

Group B[edit]

Group B
1. China JasonZhou 2-0 6-4
2. Canada PurpleDrank 2-1 8-7
3. Japan uya 1-2 7-8
4. Poland Amyks 0-2 4-6

Group C[edit]

Group C
1. South Korea Surrender 2-0 6-4
2. Sweden Orange 2-1 7-7
3. China OmegaZero 1-2 7-7
4. USA YAYtears 0-2 4-6

Group D[edit]

Group D
1. Russia Pavel 2-0 6-3
2. Mexico Empanizado 2-1 7-6
3. South Korea Cocosasa 1-2 6-7
4. China BaiZe 0-2 3-6

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
 Taiwan Tom60229
1
Tom60229
PurpleDrank
Priest
Druid
Mage
Rogue
Mage
Druid
Mage
Shaman
 Canada PurpleDrank
3
 South Korea Surrender
3
Surrender
Empanizado
Priest
Paladin
Rogue
Priest
Paladin
Priest
Paladin
Paladin
 Mexico Empanizado
1
 China JasonZhou
3
JasonZhou
OldBoy
Warlock
Warlock
Shaman
Warlock
Priest
Warrior
Shaman
Warrior
 Ukraine OldBoy
1
 Russia Pavel
2
Pavel
Orange
Shaman
Rogue
Rogue
Priest
Shaman
Priest
Priest
Shaman
Shaman
Shaman
 Sweden Orange
3
Semifinals
 Canada PurpleDrank
0
PurpleDrank
Surrender
Shaman
Rogue
Druid
Priest
Priest
Paladin
 South Korea Surrender
3
 China JasonZhou
JasonZhou
Orange
Shaman
Priest
Warlock
Rogue
Warlock
Shaman
Priest
Shaman
Shaman
Shaman
 Sweden Orange
Finals
 South Korea Surrender
3
Surrender
Orange
Rogue
Shaman
Rogue
Druid
Paladin
Druid
Priest
Druid
Priest
Priest
 Sweden Orange
2


View Games[edit]

Peak viewers[edit]

Data about number of viewers is based on information from Esports Charts[2]:

  • The tournament's Overall peak was 646 174 viewers
  • The tournament's peak Without Chinese viewers was 89 475 viewers
  • English streams peak was 54 742 viewers
  • Russian streams peak was 16 212 viewers
  • Chinese streams peak was 562 108 viewers
  • Twitch.tv peak was 94 883 viewers

Streams[edit]

VODS[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "News: BaiZe will replace Jiajia at HCT Summer Championship.". Team Celestial's Tweet. 2017-09-25.
  2. Esports Charts (2017-13-07). "HCT Spring Championship 2017 detailed stats". esc.watch.