Welcome to the Hearthstone Collegiate Championship Fall 2018

Welcome to the Hearthstone Collegiate Championship Fall 2018

Gather your friends and rally your roommates—the Hearthstone Collegiate Championship is going back to school for the 2018 - 2019 academic year with $48,000 in scholarship prizing! Are you up for the challenge?

The Hearthstone Collegiate Championship offers a twist on the classic single-player Hearthstone experience—seasoned competitors and new challengers will form three-player teams that compete as one using a single Hearthstone account.

Is your team ready to battle? Registration is open to college students in United States and Canada. Any number of teams may represent a school, but teammates must all attend the same college or university and must maintain a 2.50 GPA to remain eligible for scholarship prizing. Act fast because registration closes on September 29!

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For seasoned competitors and new challengers alike, we’re excited to announce that the Hearthstone Varsity Division will return as part of the 2019 Spring Hearthstone Collegiate Championship! Better yet, registration for Varsity hopefuls is already open!

Click HERE for more details! Registration will close for the spring Varsity division on October 24!

We will be taking registration for the Open Division of our spring series at a later date.

HCC Fall Regular Season

All matches will be best-of-five in Conquest format.

October 1 - November 6th -  Regular Season

Teams will play seven Swiss-format matches in one of four regional groups—North, South, East, or West—based the location of their college or university. Teams must go 5-2 or better to advance to Regional Swiss rounds.

November 17 - 18 - Regional Swiss

Teams that advanced will play swiss rounds against other top teams from their region. After the dust settles, the top 8 teams from each region—32 teams in total—will advance to Regional Playoffs.

December 1 - 2 - Regional Playoffs

The top eight teams from each regional groups will be split up into two Dual Elimination groups hosting four teams each. The top two teams from each group advance to the Championship Bracket.

December 8 - 9 - Championship Bracket

At the end of a regional gauntlet, the finalists clash! One team from every regional group will be seeded into one of four championship groups. The top two teams from each group will earn their place in the final eight.

December 15 - 16 - Finals

The real battle begins on December 15th, when the eight surviving titans of collegiate Hearthstone will be seeded will be seeded into two Dual Elimination groups to determine which four teams advance. Four semifinalists will meet in an epic single elimination bracket to determine the Fall Hearthstone Collegiate Champions!

The top 32 teams will walk away with great memories, bragging rights, and a whole lot of prizes:

Place

Per Player (USD)

1st

$3,500

2nd

$2,000

3rd - 4th

$1,250

5th - 8th

$1,000

9th - 16th

$500

Total Scholarship Prizing

$48,000

17th - 32nd

$40 in BattleNet balance

Last May, Penn State became the first university to ever field two teams in the quarterfinals of a Hearthstone Collegiate Championship—Penn State White and Penn State Blue. By working together, the teams crafted decks, refined strategies, and most importantly, passed their respective final exams in the weeks leading up to the final matches. While Penn State White fell in the first round, Penn State Blue emerged victorious in a final match against UCLA, taking the crown and glory for their school.

Dedication and camaraderie brought success to Penn State; can your school do the same? Grab some friends and sign up now and see how your university matches up in the Fall 2018 Collegiate Hearthstone Championship

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