Hearthstone Trinity Series Season 1
The Trinity Series is a Hearthstone Team League featuring eight of the top Hearthstone teams competing in a brand new team-based competition. The tournament is being presented by ESL and Twitch, and will be broadcast on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10AM PST/ 7PM CET on twitch.tv/esl_hearthstone.
The top four teams from the online portion of the Trinity Series participate in the Live Finals, with three players competing per team. The tournament will be hosted at ESL Studios in Burbank, California. All matches in this event will be broadcasted exclusively on Twitch.tv/esl_hearthstone starting at 10AM PST. Thursday - March 16th - Luminosity vs VirtusPro, Team Liquid vs Complexity (2 matches) Friday - March 17th - Upper Bracket Finals, Lower Bracket Semifinal (2 matches) Saturday - March 18th - Lower Bracket Finals, Grand Finals (2 matches)
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Every broadcast will begin at 10AM PST (7PM CET) on Wednesdays and Thursdays through the seven week online season. The second match of each day will proceed immediately after the first game.
January 18 Match 1 G2 (6-0) Alliance Match 2 Virtus Pro (3-6) TempoStorm January 19 Match 1 Liquid (5-6) Luminosity Match 2 Cloud9 (5-6) Complexity January 25 Match 1 Alliance (2-6) Complexity Match 2 Luminosity (6-1) TempoStorm January 26 Match 1 G2 (6-4) VirtusPro Match 2 Liquid (6-3) Cloud9 February 1 Match 1 Alliance (6-2) TempoStorm Match 2 G2 (5-6) Cloud9 February 2 Match 1 VirtusPro (6-2) Liquid Match 2 Complexity (6-5) Luminosity February 8 Match 1 Luminosity (4-6) G2 Match 2 Cloud9 (1-6) TempoStorm February 9 Match 1 Alliance (6-4) VirtusPro Match 2 Liquid (6-4) Complexity
February 15 Match 1 G2 (5-6) Liquid Match 2 Complexity (3-6) TempoStorm February 16 Match 1 Alliance (4-6) Luminosity Match 2 Cloud9 (4-6) Virtus Pro February 22 Match 1 Cloud9 (6-0) Alliance Match 2 Luminosity (4-6) VirtusPro February 23 Match 1 Complexity (6-5) G2 Match 2 Liquid (6-3) TempoStorm March 1 Match 1 VirtusPro (6-2) Complexity Match 2 Alliance (5-6) Liquid March 2 Match 1 TempoStorm (6-3) G2 Match 2 Luminosity (6-2) Cloud9
Both teams submit 9 Standard Decks Each team submits 1 deck for each of the 9 classes Picks and Bans Each team bans 2 of the opposing team’s decks Each team picks 6 classes to play (out of their 7 non-banned classes) Best of 11 - Last Hero Standing Using their 6 picked classes, teams play each other in Last Hero Standing format The first team to earn 6 game wins the entire match
Prize Pool is broken down as follows: 1st Place: $75,000 2nd Place: $30,000 3rd-4th Place: $15,000 5th-6th Place: $4,500 7th-8th Place: $3,000