Sydney Hearthstone Inn-vitational results
The best players of Australia went head to head with the best players in the world
The Hearthstone Sydney Inn-vitational was recently held at the Intercontinental Hotel Sydney Australia. This event was run by Blizzard itself and offered up a chance at some qualifying points and prize money to the competing players.
The whole event was broadcast live from the Blizzard ANZ Twitch channel and had over 600,000 views during the two days. Hosts Jackson Davey, Reynad and Jia casted the whole weekend for online viewers. Over 12.6 million minutes of content was consumed during this period from the Twitch channel. International influencers Disguised Toast and Alliestrasza hosted a live stream of the new expansion Kobolds and Catacombs.
Australia hosted four of the top international Hearthstone players: Ant (United States), J4ckieChan (United Kingdom), DDaHyoNi (South Korea) and Eloise (China). These international stars in the Hearthstone scene were up against the four best Australian Hearthstone players: Mage, CitizenNappa, Jowen and Navi00T. The competition lasted for an intense two days here in Sydney, with players duking it out in the new Kobolds and Catacombs expansion.
While we were up against some tough competition, one of our Australian players made it to the final two - Navi00T. He was up against DDaHyoNi from South Korea, a top player in his own country and recognised internationally for his play style. Ultimately, Navi00T came out victorious over the South Korean, taking home the Sydney Inn-vitational trophy and the lion’s share of the $10,000 USD prize pool.
This is just one leg of the Hearthstone Inn-vitationals hosted by Blizzard, with more set to come in the new year. If you can't wait that long, why not head over to our esports hub page for all the latest news and content for Hearthstone and other tentpole titles taking the Australian scene by storm.
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