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Blizzard announces Hearthstone Masters Tour Indonesia
Posted by Jason Dayrit December 12, 2019

Hearthstone claimed a big win recently in the Southeast Asian region as the first discipline – or game title – to open the 30th SEA Games for Esports last December 5, 2019. Now that the medalists have been awarded, professional Hearthstone players in the region look on to the horizon for the next major regional tournament: Hearthstone Masters Tour Indonesia.

With the first Masters Tour of 2020 happening in Arlington, Texas, the second event will be in Bali, Indonesia at the Mulia Resort and Villas on March 20-22 next year. Over 300 invited competitors will travel to the world’s largest island country to compete for their share of a $500,000 (USD) prize pool. The qualifying window for Masters Tour Bali spans from Dec. 13, 2019 through Jan. 27, 2020. Players can sign up for Masters Qualifiers up to two weeks before they start on Battlefy.

Here are some of the ways players can secure an invitation to Masters Tour Bali:

• Finish with a 7-2 record or better at Masters Tour Bucharest.

• Win an online Masters Qualifier between Dec. 13, 2019 and Jan. 27, 2020.

• Finish with a 7-2 record or better at Masters Tour Arlington.

• Win an on-site Masters Qualifier at Masters Tour Arlington.

• Place within the Top 8 of a Masters Qualifier for Masters Tour Bali five times.

• Place top 16 Legend on the in-game Ladder in the months of December and January (see official Masters Qualifiers rules for details).

• Be a Hearthstone Grandmaster.

Check out the Masters Tour Indonesia event page for the full day-by-day schedule. For more information, click here: https://playhearthstone.com/en-us/blog/23116400.

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