It’s going to be a long time for Witcher 3’s GWENT card game to overtake Hearthstone as the top CCG competition in eSports (if it ever will, for that matter). However, it still has a faithful player base looking to challenge other pros for the top spot. This month’s GWENT Open concluded with Ilias “AretuzaAndyWand” Karamanis from Germany taking home the victory, along with $9,800 as the tournament prize. Damian “TailBot” Kaźmierczak of Poland, meanwhile, took home second place and $5,050. Other participants from Ukraine, Spain, and even China split the remainder of the overall $25,000 pool.

Get your GWENT on

Check out CD Projekt Red’s coverage of their competitive clash here. And if you’d like to be part of the GWENT Masters series, head on over to learn more here.  The channel is live and currently has a placeholder image to save the date:

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Who knows? You too could have Dandelion strumming along as you play.

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