Blizzard has just announced that Twitch Drops will be returning for Hearthstone Masters Tour Seoul.
This time, Hearthstone players and fans can earn a Saviors of Uldum card pack after watching three hours of the broadcast on any of the eligible channels on Twitch. These hours can be both consecutive or non-consecutive. After watching a total of six hours, players would then earn another card pack. In addition to these, 1,500 random eligible viewers will be rewarded with Classic card packs on an hourly basis.
In order for Hearthstone players to participate in these Twitch Drops, they must first link their Twitch account with their Blizzard Battle.net account. All one has to do is either log in or create a Twitch account, go to the Settings menu, head to the Connections tab, and navigate to the Battle.net section.
From there, one will be prompted to select their region before connecting their accounts. Hearthstone players must also make sure that they’re already logged in to their Blizzard account.
The eligible channels are listed below:
Hearthstone Masters Tour Seoul is the second stop on the 2019 Hearthstone Masters Tour. The first one this year took place in North America as Hearthstone Masters Tour Las Vegas, and the final stop will be located in Bucharest, Europe.
Hearthstone Masters Tour Seoul is scheduled to take place in Seoul, South Korea, at the VRIZ PC Café. Following that, the top 8 playoffs are scheduled to take place at OGN Studios.
The competition has a prize pool of $500,000, and Hearthstone fans and players can watch the matches, as well as participate in getting Twitch Drops, on Aug. 15 starting at 6 p.m. PT.
Following right after Hearthstone Masters Tour Seoul, Grandmasters Season 2 is scheduled to begin on Aug. 23.
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