Two Cents On Hearthstone Standard

The new Hearthstone expansions are met with issues concerning the changes in the game’s meta. This has led us to look at and offer our two cents on Standard.
Standard was presented as an end-all tool to balance the meta. At the beginning of each year, there would be a big balance patch for the standard set. From there, Standard was supposed to assure the variety of decks in the game. However, this was not the case. It appears that Standard cannot balance the meta.
Since the new expansion set, One Night in Karazhan, Blizzard has released nerfs with it. This is not ideal with rotating sets…

2018 Hearthstone Global Games Overview

The Hearthstone Global Games 2018 features 48 teams from different countries in the Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Americas. They compete in the Swiss Rounds on July 16-September 6 and Dual Tournament on September 18-27 until eight teams emerge to advance to the Finals at BlizzCon.
Prize Pool
A prize pool of USD$409,600 will be spread to the teams as follows:

the first placer with USD$50,000,
second with USD$40,000,
3-4th with USD$30,000,
5-6th with USD$20,0000, 7-8th with
USD$12,000,
9-11th with USD$10,000,
12-15th with USD$8,000,

The Year Of The Raven Arrives With A Rough Start

It’s time to wave goodbye to the Year of the Mammoth and welcome the Year of the Raven. Another year has started for Hearthstone but the new rotations were quite a damper. As in 2017, three full expansions are expected but Hearthstone players were only delivered a small teaser, so far, at least.
Hearthstone ran into some issues following the Year of the Raven announcement that has implications on the ranked play. They’re off to a rough start but it another reveal is expected to come after the issues have been sorted out.
Despite these issues, there are enough surprises that have kept the game fresh….