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    Heroes Global Championship

    Phase 2: Jun 18, 2017 - Sep 23, 2017

    Standings

    North America

    Place Team W-L Streak Game W-L
    1. Roll20® esports FINALS 10-3 +6 34-12
    1. Team Freedom FINALS 10-3 +3 34-13
    3. Gale Force Esports 9-4 -2 29-22
    4. Tempo Storm 8-5 +1 30-22
    5. Spacestation Gaming 6-7 -1 25-27
    6. Superstars 5-8 -1 25-27
    7. Lag Force 3-10 -2 17-34
    8. Even in Death 1-12 -4 8-37

    Europe

    Place Team W-L Streak Game W-L
    1. Fnatic FINALS 12-1 +3 37-8
    2. Team Dignitas FINALS 9-4 +2 31-21
    3. Tricked esport 6-7 -2 24-25
    4. Team expert 7-6 -1 29-22
    5. Zealots 5-8 -1 18-29
    6. Team Liquid 6-7 -2 23-24
    7. Playing Ducks 5-8 +1 22-32
    8. Team Good Guys 2-11 -2 14-37

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    HGC Phase 2: Back to Business

    After Fnatic’s monumental win at the Mid-Season Brawl, they were rushed to a room in the back of the venue at DreamHack Summer to speak on their victory at a press conference. With a shiny trophy sitting next to them, they explained that they will have a single day off to reflect on their win before it’s straight back to practice. That’s right! The HGC starts back up this Friday, with all eyes on the next Western Clash in August. Here are the storylines in every HGC region now that the dust has settled:

    Europe


    While Fnatic may have won the Mid-Season Brawl, much of the discussion on Europe now revolves around Team Dignitas and their 9-3 Battleground record against Korean teams at the event. Thanks to this result, Europe is now the most feared region in the world. It’ll be exciting to see if European teams can repeat this performance at the HGC Finals in November, where their Korean opponents will no doubt be out for revenge. It’s unlikely that Team Dignitas or Fnatic will fall off before the Western Clash, as no roster changes have been made to either team — only three roster changes were made in the European region at all.

    Europe Joining Leaving
    Team expert Athero bLaDe
    Tricked esport Makke ethernal
    Playing Ducks ethernal chriZplosion

    Meanwhile, Team Liquid will fight to upset the top two, or at the very least defend their third-place spot against the likes of Team expert. Courtesy of the Crucible, Europe also has two new HGC teams with star-studded rosters of veteran players that are fully capable of punching above their weight class. With the addition of these new teams and the region’s success at the Mid-Season Brawl, it’s safe to say that the skill level of the European HGC has improved from top to bottom since the beginning of Phase 1. With the likes of Team Dignitas and Fnatic available as practice partners, expect everyone to benefit.

    Lastly, there is a small development of note in the Open Division. The fabled brothers Pedro ‘LucifroN’ Moreno Durán and Juan ‘VortiX’ Moreno Durán have returned alongside former teammate Raoul ‘GerdamHerd’ Saurbier. If you aren’t familiar with the Moreno Durán brothers, allow us to catch you up. Under Team Liquid, the two went on a yearlong tear in Europe, winning nearly every event they participated in, including DreamHack Bucharest 2015, DreamHack Summer 2015, and DreamHack Valencia 2015. Both players retired from Heroes of the Storm at the end of the year to resume playing StarCraft II professionally, but have recently returned under the name ‘Bushido esports’. Look for the Moreno Durán brothers in the European Open Division next week.

    North America


    Roll20 is the bastion of success for North America currently, having taken two Battlegrounds off MVP Black at the Mid-Season Brawl, becoming the first North American team to do so since Cloud9 defeated Team DK at BlizzCon 2015. While Tempo Storm was sent home by Roll20 yet again, they showed improvement as well, taking a battleground off Team Dignitas in the group stage.

    However, it’s not guaranteed that these two teams will be on top by the time the Western Clash rolls around. For starters, Roll20 has outed Orie ‘YoDa’ Guo in exchange for Superstars’ Francisco ‘Goku’ Avalos. Gale Force eSports has also been retooled, reuniting John Paul ‘KingCaffiene’ Lopez and Keiwan ‘k1pro’ Itakura with Fan ‘Fan’ Yang — meaning that Gale Force eSports now has three of the members of the Cloud9 roster that won BlizzCon 2015.

    North America Joining Leaving
    Roll20 esports Goku YoDa
    No Tomorrow Equinox erho
    Gale Force eSports KingCaffiene, k1pro Khroen, Equinox
    Naventic iDream Kenma
    Superstars erho, YoDa Faye, Goku
    Team Freedom Kure insomnia

    Between the new Open Division team ‘Even in Death’ replacing a disbanded B-Step, and sweeping roster changes, it’s hard to know which squads will see substantial improvement. Many of the North American players at the Mid-Season Brawl point to Team Freedom as their dark horse. Freedom have traded Zachary ‘insomnia’ Hacker for Heroes of the Dorm champion and Hero League try-hard Yusuf ‘Kure’ Sunka. Kure’s first HGC match will be against Even in Death on Friday.

    Korea


    Out of every region, Korea looks to be the most impacted by roster changes thanks to a massive shakeup at the top. Both Jin Su ‘NaCHoJin’ Park and Do Jun ‘Noblesse’ Chae are retiring from L5, the Fall Champions and third-place team from the Mid-Season Brawl. In their stead come promising rookies Hyun Tae ‘SDE’ Kim from team Mighty, and Jong Hoon ‘Hooligan’ Park from team GG. MVP Black legend Tae Jun ‘merryday’ Yi has retired as well, and in his place Jae Won ‘Rich’ Lee has returned. Rich led MVP Black to first place finishes at the Spring Championship, Gold Series Spring, and Super League Season 1. Many expect MVP Black to claim the Korean top spot and remain there for Phase 2.

    Team GG has disbanded, making team RRR the only Open Division team to join the Korean HGC in Phase 2.

    Korea Joining Leaving
    L5 SDE, Hooligan Noblesse, NaCHoJin
    No Tomorrow Rich merryday
    Gale Force eSports Good, bdg Sans, SDE
    Naventic H82, HongCono duckdeok, ModernLife
    Superstars Judy, Jaehyun Darvish, HongCono
    Team Freedom Darvish H82
    Team Freedom ModernLife, dagon Scarlet, Judy

    Chinese roster changes will be communicated later, as their transfer window differs from the rest of the major HGC regions.

    The HGC spins back up this weekend! Be sure to check out the full calendar for Phase 2 on our schedule page and follow Heroes esports on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Tune in right here at playheroes.com/esports for the broadcast this weekend!



    Crucible
    Spoiler: 
    The Crucible is here this weekend!

    The Crucible is a BO7 format that takes the bottom two teams from the HGC and pits them against the top two teams from the Open Division in each region. The winner continues to phase two of the HGC format, this means a pro team could lose their spot in the HGC to an amateur team.

    Here are the matchups, with quotes taken from these amazing articles which I'll steal verbatim as I know little of the open division teams:
    http://us.heroesofthestorm.com/espor...t-for-crucible
    http://us.heroesofthestorm.com/espor...ucible-preview

    North America

    Saturday, May 27th at 12:00 p.m. PDT/9:00 p.m. CET: Imported Support vs Team Naventic

    There's been a hell of a lot of drama over Naventic lately, with some saying there's a halfway decent chance they lose their spot in the HGC, definitely one to watch!

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    At the beginning of the season, no-one expected to see Naventic in the Crucible, but here we are. Ten weeks have gone by and they have found themselves in last place, having won only two series out of fourteen. In 2016, Naventic won nearly $150,000 in prize money, placed in the top four at nearly every regional event, and played in both the Spring and Summer Championships. Surprisingly, 2017 has not been kind to them, and it’s unclear where the disconnect is for this team of seasoned veterans. Whether it’s draft, or communication, or simply mechanical missteps, one thing is clear: Naventic needs to make a change going forward if they do, in fact, survive the Crucible.

    Imported Support are a team of smart players new to the Heroes of the Storm competitive circuit. This best-of-seven against Naventic is the most important match of their young careers thus far. Imported Support are hip to the meta, sticking with tried and true heroes that are currently performing well in the HGC, such as Greymane, Anubarak, and Gul’dan. They are also one of the few Open Division teams that can brag on an undefeated Cho’Gall. Some of their favorite maps include Infernal Shrines, Dragon Shire, and Cursed Hollow, while they struggle the most on Tomb of the Spider Queen.
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    Sunday, May 28th at at 12:00 p.m. PDT/9:00 p.m. CET: Even in Death vs No Tomorrow

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    No Tomorrow has had a tumultuous Phase 1. When it comes to teams of similar skill level, they have only managed to narrowly defeat Naventic and Team Freedom in the first ten weeks. However, in Week 7, they punched way above their weight when they defeated Gale Force eSports in a best-of-five. No Tomorrow should look to draft Muradin, as they have a 61% win rate with the hero after playing him in 18 games. This is an astonishing statistic for a team that is currently 3-11.

    Even in Death is a scary team that has plenty of experience online and on LAN. Marty ‘Batterry’ Nivinski and Damian ‘FrozenX’ Nagel have played together for some time now, championing the early Astral Authority/Gust or Bust roster of 2016. Even in Death will likely win out on Sky Temple and Battlefield of Eternity – their two best maps. However, they have been struggling on Tomb of the Spider Queen and Tower of Doom in the Open Division. Map bans will be critical for both teams in this series.
    Europe

    Bakery from Team Dignitas has said the open division in Europe looks to be the closest in skill level to the bottom teams of the HGC, which would make it the most likely region to have changes!

    Saturday, May 27th at 9:00 am PDT/6:00 pm CET: Zealots vs Synergy

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    Of all the existing HGC teams in the Crucible, Synergy are among the most likely to lose their spot in the HGC. In Phase 1 of the regular season, they only managed to win series against BeGenius. Their opponents have plenty of data to draw on, and will likely fully exploit the weaknesses of Synergy if given the chance. Synergy should avoid Sky Temple at all cost; they’re currently on a 10-game losing streak on the Battleground.

    Team Zealot is a hodgepodge of former players from Team Liquid, Natus Vincere, and Team Dignitas. Matic ‘Zarmony’ Mikec competed with Dignitas at BlizzCon 2015, while Francisco Antonio ‘GranPkt’ Núñez Sorribas was a part of the fabled 2015 Team Liquid that went on a year-long tour de force in Europe thanks to the help of now retired brothers Juan ‘VortiX’ Moreno Durán and Pedro ‘LucifroN’ Moreno Durán. With this experience under their belts, Team Zealot are favoured to claim Synergy’s spot in the HGC.
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    Sunday, May 28th at 9:00 am PDT/6 pm CET: beGenius vs. TGG

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    This is a tough one. BeGenius seemed to be dead on arrival in the HGC until Week 8, when they made a role swap. This led to upset victories over both Playing Ducks and Tricked esport . While not much can be discerned from their statistics over the first ten weeks, thanks to the number of losses they’ve incurred, we know that they fare the worst on Towers of Doom. Should they ban out this Battleground, they may be able to defend their spot in the HGC against TGG.

    TGG is a mystery. They only played together in two Open Division Cups, winning one before moving on to the Open Division Playoffs. They won there in dominant fashion against Team Zealot, 3-1. Obviously, this is a team of talented players with the likes of Kai ‘Antihero’ Oset, Arturs ‘bkbgrnrjefek’ Hlibovs, and Tobias ‘mTwRaiDbawZ’ Podeszwa on the roster. You must wonder, however, with just three public appearances to speak of as a unit, if they have put in enough time to best BeGenius here.

    Final week:
    Spoiler: 
    The road to the mid-season Brawl (Europe and North America)


    We will soon be heading to the mid-season Brawl, which is the biggest HotS esport event outside of the finals at Blizzcon. Twelve teams from around the world will battle it out with a $250,000 prize pool at steak.

    Before that, however, we have an intense month ahead.

    The Playoffs

    The second through sixth place teams from the regular season compete in a stepladder format - in each round, lower-seeded teams battle each other for the chance to play a higher-seeded team. The playoff winner joins the first-place team from the regular season at the Mid-Season Brawl.

    So, places 5th and 6th fight. The winner plays the team in 4th place, the winner plays 3rd, winner plays 2nd and winner goes through the mid-season brawl.


    The Crucible

    This the mechanic that allows teams in the open division to progress into the HGC league. The top two teams from the open division will play the bottom two teams from the regional league in a seven-game series. The winner of each matchup continues in the HGC.

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    HGC Week 10 - the last week before playoffs

    North America

    Friday May 12th: Team Freedom (6th, 5-8) v Gale Force eSports (2nd, 9-4)
    Team Freedom is secure in 6th place, even a loss to GFE and a win from their closest rival isn't enough to drop them down. However, GFE will be looking for a win here to put them ahead of their rival Team 8. The team in second place only has to win a single series in the playoffs, and third will need to win two.

    Saturday May 13th: Team Naventic (8th, 2-11) v Superstars (4th, 6-7) | B-Step (4th, 6-7) v Tempostorm (1st, 12-1)
    Naventic have had a rough start, with 2-11 win record they currently have no hope of attending the mid-season brawl and are also guarenteed to be fighting for their right to play in the HGC in the Crucible. Superstars, however, are playing to keep their 4th spot against B-Step to ensure their ride through the playoffs is as easy as possible.

    Tempostorm have had an incredible run at 12-1, they are through to the Brawl and no result will mean they go through the playoffs. B-Step, however, like Superstars are playing for 4th place and an easier time in the playoffs.

    Sunday May 14th: No Tomorrow (7th, 3-10) v Team 8 (2nd, 9-4)
    No Tomorrow, like Team Naventic, are definitely heading to the Crucible to fight for their right to stay in the HGC. Team 8, however has a lot to play for. As joint 2nd place with GFE, a win here could secure their second place going into the playoffs.


    Europe

    Friday May 12th: Synergy (7th, 2-11) v Fnatic (1st, 12-1) | Team Liquid (2nd, 10-3) v beGenius (8th, 2-11)
    Fnatic have had a monster of a season, losing only a single match they are gaurenteed to go to the Brawl. Sadly, on the other end of the scale no result for Synergy keeps them from going to the Crucible to fight to stay in the HGC. With very little on the line here, there's a good chance we'll see some funky comps and stats in this match.

    Team Liquid is currently joint 2nd with Dignitas and will be fighting hard to secure that from them. beGenius sadly also has no way out from the Crucible - expect a short and painful match, sorry BG.

    Saturday May 13th: Tricked esport (6th, 4-9) v Team Dignitas (2nd, 10-3) | Playing Ducks (5th, 5-8) v Team expert (4th, 7-6)

    Tricked v Dig has a lot to play for. For Tricked, a win here may provide just enough to get them over Playing Ducks in the league and an all important higher place going into playoffs. Similarly, Dig will be looking to get the win here to secure 2nd place.

    As above, if Ducks win their game over expert they secure 5th place - a loss and they risk falling to 6th. Expert are currently secure in 4th place and no result shifts them.

    Original post:
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    http://us.heroesofthestorm.com/esports/en/news/20423956

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    The opening weekend of the Heroes Global Championship (HGC) is fast approaching. Sixteen top Heroes of the Storm® teams, eight in North America and eight in Europe, will begin their quests for championship glory playing in new leagues, under a new structure, and at a new level of professionalism. Once they’re joined by teams from Korea and China, these teams will set the stage for a remarkable year of Heroes esports.

    The first match of HGC 2017 will kick off on Friday, January 20 at 9 a.m. PST/6 p.m. CET with Team Dignitas vs. Misfits. All series will be a best-of-five. The full opening week schedule for North America and Europe is as follows:

    Friday, January 20
    Saturday, January 21
    Sunday, January 22
    Europe Match 1
    9am PST / 6pm CET
    Team Dignitas
    vs.
    Misfits
    beGenius ESC
    vs.
    Synergy
    TRICKED eSports
    vs.
    Team expert
    Europe Match 2
    11:30am PST/ 8:30pm CET
    Team expert
    vs.
    Diamond Skin
    Fnatic
    vs.
    TRICKED eSport
    Misfits
    vs.
    Fnatic
    North America Match 1
    2pm PST/ 11pm CET
    Tempo Storm
    vs.
    Team Naventic
    Superstars
    vs.
    Team Freedom
    B Step
    vs.
    Team 8
    North America Match 2
    4:30pm PST/ 1:30am CET
    Team 8
    vs.
    No Tomorrow
    Gale Force Esports
    vs.
    B Step
    Team Naventic
    vs.
    Gale Force Esports

    Looking to the East, the final seven Korean HGC teams will be determined by January 22 after qualifiers have concluded, with the HGC Korea season kicking off February 3. All regular season games will take place live at the OGN studio and will be broadcast simultaneously in English on the official Heroes of the Storm Facebook and Twitch channels. All series will be best-of-five and will be streamed every weekend throughout the season on Fridays at 1 a.m. PST/10 a.m. CET.


    The casters piloting the ship this year will be none other than Gillyweed and Dreadnaught for North America, Khaldor and Trikslyr for Europe, and the duo of Wolf and GClef for Korea. The Western casters have made the journey to Southern California, from where they’ll provide the play-by-play commentary and analysis that fans have come to know and love.

    A special guest will be filling in for Khaldor for the first week while he packs his bags and heads west.

    Eastern Skirmishes

    In China, Netease, in partnership with Blizzard Entertainment, will host the HGC Gold League. The region is still finishing up the Gold Series and will join in the full HGC festivities around the time of the first Eastern Clash.

    Korea and China will run their premier HGC leagues with eight teams apiece, and each region will have their own Crucible to test the merit of those up-and-coming rosters vying for a spot in the top tier.

    All HGC games in North America, Europe, and Korea will be streamed on twitch.tv/BlizzHeroes and Facebook.com/HeroesEsports, which will be live Fridays through Sundays during the regular season, with one hour breaks between the European and North American slate of games, and four hours between games in North America and Korea.

    After several weeks of regular season play, the first exhibition clashes will begin. The Western Clash will take place at IEM Katowice on March 3–5 where qualified teams from North America, Europe, Latin America, and Australia & New Zealand will compete for their share of a $100,000 prize pool. Meanwhile, on March 17, the first Eastern Clash will take place at the Gold Series Stadium in Shanghai, with another $100,000 on the line for teams from Korea, China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia.

    We’re also excited to disclose preliminary details on the Mid-Season Brawl, the first major international tournament of the year. For MSB, Heroes esports will return to DreamHack Summer in Jönköping, Sweden on June 17 with $250,000 up for grabs to the twelve best HGC teams from around the globe.

    This should be an exciting year for the Heroes of the Storm esports scene—when the HGC gets underway on January 20, there will be no shortage of competitive play to enjoy. Join us on January 17 for the relaunch of the official HGC site, updated to feature the comprehensive 2017 schedule as well as league standings, news, VODs, and more.
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    Awwwww I wanna see Grubby casting the championships =(
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    What annoys me is the this is the weekend I'm moving house...
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    Just a reminder that the pro scene begins tonight!

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    Amateur hour is over. Watched one or two games of the open bracket on Grubby's channel a few days ago and - as good as Grubby's casting is - that was boring.

    First game tonight, Dignitas vs Misfits, is on a completely different level. Smart drafts, great plays and a super close game. All I need now is some unhealthy food...

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    I love the fact that custom games have it's own tournament-style draft mode now. It looks good on stream, and the breaks between games have been cut down significantly!
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    Team Freedom: "Superstars are dumpster tier"

    LOLOLOLOLOL HOWS THAT WORKING OUT FOR YOU BOYS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikkaszal View Post
    Team Freedom: "Superstars are dumpster tier"

    LOLOLOLOLOL HOWS THAT WORKING OUT FOR YOU BOYS
    I feel like you are missing an important fact, Superstars name used to be DTS, or otherwise known has Dumpster Tier Superstars. So it is a joke.

    A lot of teams had to change their name after they got in HGC, Superstars, Team Freedom, Team 8 and etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apepi View Post
    I feel like you are missing an important fact, Superstars name used to be DTS, or otherwise known has Dumpster Tier Superstars. So it is a joke.

    A lot of teams had to change their name after they got in HGC, Superstars, Team Freedom, Team 8 and etc.
    That makes more sense than just regular trash-talk
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    Home to see the last ~15 minutes of Game 1 Diamond Skin vs. beGenious. Even the 'lower tier' EU teams produce a damn good show.

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    Insane game currently going on between Expert and FNC. Excellent warm-up for Super Bowl 51 later

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    Return of the Kaelaris Core!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerraw View Post
    Return of the Kaelaris Core!
    Not very happy with him. I just got a 600sec ban for replying to his "team x will make north america great again" and replied in chat "trump surely will twitter out when america will have bottom places in next global tournament ".

    If he can say highly political phrases that are banned in chat - understood and reacted by taking as a joke on their stream - then he just is not pro. There is such a huge skill difference when they switch from EU to NA in terms of game-play that every single inch of American entertainment counts but as soon as they swap - even in the internet you will realize what choice Americans have made. And the already very strong rules to not make any political hints get even more important to be professional.
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    From this weekend on, games will be played on the current patch. That means Valeera, changed Tassadar, and buffed Sonya for all!

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    If you have a couple of hours to kill, you need to watch the first series from yesterday's EU games: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/121625396
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerraw View Post
    If you have a couple of hours to kill, you need to watch the first series from yesterday's EU games: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/121625396
    Overall an interesting series. However the fourth game looked silly, somewhere between a massive throw and a 'we give you game 4 and crush you in game 5' taunt. Can't force myself to believe if it was a 'do or die' game, that Fnatic plays as passively with lev 12 vs lev 9 and a half health punisher as they did here.

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    Overall an interesting series. However the fourth game looked silly, somewhere between a massive throw and a 'we give you game 4 and crush you in game 5' taunt. Can't force myself to believe if it was a 'do or die' game, that Fnatic plays as passively with lev 12 vs lev 9 and a half health punisher as they did here.
    Last game was disappointing, though. The Braxxis Holdout game was great. Almost like a regular pub game, one team grouping as 5 in a cheesy comp but unable to stomp a 4 man, while one guy jut does his own thing.

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    Genuinely think I'm going to have to go into work to watch this
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