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Hearthstone Grandmasters 2021: Week 1 Day 2 regional recap

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The top eight players of each region duked it out against each other in 2021 Hearthstone Grandmasters Season 1 matches throughout April 10. These games followed the ones that occurred on April 9. A spot in the semifinals and the lion’s share of the weekly prize pool were at stake.

During the live broadcasts on YouTube, the Hearthstone community had the chance to earn Hearthstone card packs as well.

Week 1 Day 2 Asia-Pacific Hearthstone Grandmasters recap

The Asia-Pacific region started the day off strong with several games between Yashina “Alutemu” Nozomi and Wesley “lambyseries” Seek. Alutemu earned his spot in the semifinals with a score of 3-2 using his Control Priest deck against his opponent’s Token Druid.

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Alutemu’s Control Priest deck. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

Up next were three games between Jung-soo “Surrender” Kim and Yu Hsin “GivePLZ” Pa. The latter Hearthstone player achieved victory with a score of 3-0. The winning decks consisted of Tempo Rogue, Spell Mage and Token Druid.

The games between Kenta “glory” Sato and Wei-Chieh “Shaxy” Liu resulted in the same 3-0 score. This meant glory went onto compete in the Asia-Pacific Hearthstone Grandmasters semifinals.

Ching-Li “TIZS” Li clashed against Wei Lin “tom60229” Chen in the final set of Hearthstone Grandmasters matches for the Asia-Pacific region. During the fifth game between them, TIZS put pressure on his opponent’s Token Druid by consistently clearing the board. TIZS then closed out the Asia-Pacific region quarterfinals with a score of 3-2.

Hearthstone Grandmasters 2021 Week 1 Day 2 full recap Asia-Pacific top 4

Hearthstone Grandmasters Asia-Pacific players going into the semifinals. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

Week 1 Day 2 Hearthstone Grandmasters Europe recap

Europe’s Hearthstone Grandmasters games were just as intense throughout the day. The victors included Simone “Leta” Liguori, Thijs “Thijs” Molendijk, Enzo “Warma” Floch and Torben “Viper” Wahl. 

The first match of the second day for Europe consisted of Leta’s Post Rogue deck versus Linh “Seiko” Nguyen’s Control Priest. Seiko cleared Leta’s board and gained value via the priest Hero Power.

Meanwhile, Leta had to control the board using Devolving Missiles. Although Leta controlled the board and built one of his own later in the game, it was not enough when Seiko played Yogg-Saron, Master of Fate, which resulted in a board clear with Devouring Hunger.

However, Leta was able to bring it back around in the next three games, which brought him into the semifinals.

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Seiko versus Leta. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

In the games between Thijs and Jaromír “Jarla” Vyskočil, Thijs earned a score of 3-2. Thijs won the decider match using his Rogue deck against his opponent’s Mage. Meanwhile, Raphael “Bunnyhoppor” Peltzer and Warma duked it out in four games. The last game was a Priest mirror match and Warma came out on top with a score of 3-1.

Torben “Viper” Wahl then dueled against Kevin “Casie” Eberlein. After five hard-fought games, Viper obtained a score of 3-2 with his Rogue versus his opponment’s Mage deck.

Hearthstone Grandmasters 2021 Asia-Pacific Week 1 Day 2 Europe Top 4

Hearthstone Grandmasters Europe players going into the semifinals. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

Week 1 Day 2 Hearthstone Grandmasters Americas recap

The final region that played in the Saturday quarterfinals was the Americas. Luna “lunaloveee” Eason and Shuntian “DreadEye” Luo won against their opponents Eddie “Eddie” Lui and Mihai “lnguagehackr” Dragalin respectively. While lunaloveee earned a score of 3-2, DreadEye secured a 3-1.

The fifth game between lunaloveee and Eddie consisted of a Token Druid mirror match. While Eddie had control of the board during the early turns, lunaloveee persisted and played Glowfly Swarm to summon minions on her side of the board. These minions were later buffed and lunaloveee turned the game around.

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Eddie versus lunaloveee. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

In the next set of Hearthstone games, Luke “NoHandsGamer” claimed victory against Muzahidul “muzzy” Islam with a score of 3-2. NoHandsGamer won the decider match after choosing his Post Rogue deck to clash against his opponent’s OTK Demon Hunter.

Jerome “Monsanto” Faucher then closed out the Hearthstone Grandmasters Americas games by obtaining the same score against Davi “Fled” Garcia. The victor used his Spell Mage deck for a 3-2 win over Soul Demon Hunter.

Hearthstone Grandmasters 2021 Week 1 Day 2 full recap Monsanto versus Fled

Monsanto’s Spell Mage deck. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

This meant Monsanto received a place in the semifinals alongside lunaloveee, DreadEye and NoHandsGamer.

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Source: https://www.dailyesports.gg/hearthstone-grandmasters-2021-week-1-day-2-regional-recap/

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How to get the new Stasis Aspects in Destiny 2’s Season of the Splicer

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Season of the Splicer added a series of new ways to fight the Darkness in Destiny 2. Not all of them are weapons, however: Bungie also developed an additional Stasis Aspect for each class, and they can help in the fight against the Darkness.

Obtaining the new Aspects is a matter of finishing the Aspect of Interference quest, which sends the player on a scavenger hunt around Kell’s Rising in Europa and puts them against a Vex simulation. Before trying their hand at the new quest, however, players must have acquired all other Stasis Aspects.

The three new aspects are Diamond Lance (Titan), Glacial Harvest (Warlock), and Touch of Winter (Hunter), and they offer new ways to customize Stasis subclasses. Here’s how to get them.

Aspect of Interference

The first step to getting the new Aspects is a quest given by the Exo Stranger, which involves finding Entropic Shards around Kell’s Rising. Bring your Salvation’s Grip—you’re gonna need it to destroy them.

Take advantage of the new landing zone in Eventide Ruins and follow the map marker to Kell’s Rising, where players go during the Beyond Light campaign. Guardians must find six Entropic Shards around the area, but luckily, they are easy to follow and form a path until the objective. Each of them will also show a quest indicator.

Follow the pathways until you get to an open area where you fight a Spider Tank in Beyond Light. The final Entropic Shard will be to the left side of the area, close to a walkway. (If it doesn’t spawn, restarting the quest can fix it).

Destroying the last shard will summon a few waves of particularly tricky Vex that are above the 1310 level cap from Season of the Chosen and will put up a good fight. The good news is that Salvation’s Grip isn’t necessary anymore, so take out your heavy weapon of choice and get to work.

After taking out all the Vex (including a hardy Wyvern), the mission will proceed to the next step: participate in a heroic Exo Challenge.

Heroic Simulation

The final step on the way to the Aspect is finishing a Heroic Exo Challenge. They rotate every week between Safeguard, Survival, and Agility, following the normal cycle in Europa. Don’t forget to pack the appropriate gear, including champion mods and weapons.

After completing the Heroic Exo Challenge, players must head to the Ziggurat in Beyond to get the final Aspect for their collection. The new piece will be on a second page inside the Stasis class menu.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/destiny/news/how-to-get-the-new-stasis-aspects-in-destiny-2s-season-of-the-splicer

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How to get the new Stasis Aspects in Destiny 2’s Season of the Splicer

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Season of the Splicer added a series of new ways to fight the Darkness in Destiny 2. Not all of them are weapons, however: Bungie also developed an additional Stasis Aspect for each class, and they can help in the fight against the Darkness.

Obtaining the new Aspects is a matter of finishing the Aspect of Interference quest, which sends the player on a scavenger hunt around Kell’s Rising in Europa and puts them against a Vex simulation. Before trying their hand at the new quest, however, players must have acquired all other Stasis Aspects.

The three new aspects are Diamond Lance (Titan), Glacial Harvest (Warlock), and Touch of Winter (Hunter), and they offer new ways to customize Stasis subclasses. Here’s how to get them.

Aspect of Interference

The first step to getting the new Aspects is a quest given by the Exo Stranger, which involves finding Entropic Shards around Kell’s Rising. Bring your Salvation’s Grip—you’re gonna need it to destroy them.

Take advantage of the new landing zone in Eventide Ruins and follow the map marker to Kell’s Rising, where players go during the Beyond Light campaign. Guardians must find six Entropic Shards around the area, but luckily, they are easy to follow and form a path until the objective. Each of them will also show a quest indicator.

Follow the pathways until you get to an open area where you fight a Spider Tank in Beyond Light. The final Entropic Shard will be to the left side of the area, close to a walkway. (If it doesn’t spawn, restarting the quest can fix it).

Destroying the last shard will summon a few waves of particularly tricky Vex that are above the 1310 level cap from Season of the Chosen and will put up a good fight. The good news is that Salvation’s Grip isn’t necessary anymore, so take out your heavy weapon of choice and get to work.

After taking out all the Vex (including a hardy Wyvern), the mission will proceed to the next step: participate in a heroic Exo Challenge.

Heroic Simulation

The final step on the way to the Aspect is finishing a Heroic Exo Challenge. They rotate every week between Safeguard, Survival, and Agility, following the normal cycle in Europa. Don’t forget to pack the appropriate gear, including champion mods and weapons.

After completing the Heroic Exo Challenge, players must head to the Ziggurat in Beyond to get the final Aspect for their collection. The new piece will be on a second page inside the Stasis class menu.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/destiny/news/how-to-get-the-new-stasis-aspects-in-destiny-2s-season-of-the-splicer

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Magic World Championship XXVI set for October

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The 2021 Magic: The Gathering World Championship tournament is set for Oct. 8 to 10 to cap off this season of Magic Pro League and Rivals League competition, Wizards of the Coast announced today.

This weekend’s May Strixhaven League Weekend is the final one of the Magic Esports season. At the end of the weekend, two more players will join Eli Kassis, Ondřej Stráský, and Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa as players to qualify for the Worlds. This League Weekend and the upcoming Strixhaven Championship on June 4 to 6 will lock in postseason standings that determine placement in one of the promotion or relegation brackets.

Here are the dates for the Magic Esports postseason.

  • Aug. 6 to 8: Challenger Gauntlet
  • Sept. 2 to 5: Rivals Gauntlet and MPL Gauntlet
  • Oct. 8 to 10: Magic World Championship XXVII

The Challenger Gauntlet features the top non-league players from Zendikar Rising, Kaldheim, and Strixhaven splits. The four top players will earn an invitation to the 2022 MPL and qualify for Worlds. The next top eight will earn a spot in the Rivals League. There are 16 players currently qualified for the Challenger Gauntlet including Zendikar Rising Championship winner Brad Barclay and Kaldheim Championship winner Arne Huschenbeth.

Both the Rivals Gauntlet and MPL Gauntlet are scheduled during the same weekend and will lock in the finals Worlds spots and determine relegation and promotion for most players in either league. The top four from the Rivals League will be promoted to the MPL and qualify for Worlds.

Only the top two players in the MPL Gauntlet will stick around in the MPL and get invited to Worlds. The remaining players will compete in the Rivals League.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/mtg/news/magic-world-championship-xxvi-set-for-october

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Magic World Championship XXVI set for October

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The 2021 Magic: The Gathering World Championship tournament is set for Oct. 8 to 10 to cap off this season of Magic Pro League and Rivals League competition, Wizards of the Coast announced today.

This weekend’s May Strixhaven League Weekend is the final one of the Magic Esports season. At the end of the weekend, two more players will join Eli Kassis, Ondřej Stráský, and Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa as players to qualify for the Worlds. This League Weekend and the upcoming Strixhaven Championship on June 4 to 6 will lock in postseason standings that determine placement in one of the promotion or relegation brackets.

Here are the dates for the Magic Esports postseason.

  • Aug. 6 to 8: Challenger Gauntlet
  • Sept. 2 to 5: Rivals Gauntlet and MPL Gauntlet
  • Oct. 8 to 10: Magic World Championship XXVII

The Challenger Gauntlet features the top non-league players from Zendikar Rising, Kaldheim, and Strixhaven splits. The four top players will earn an invitation to the 2022 MPL and qualify for Worlds. The next top eight will earn a spot in the Rivals League. There are 16 players currently qualified for the Challenger Gauntlet including Zendikar Rising Championship winner Brad Barclay and Kaldheim Championship winner Arne Huschenbeth.

Both the Rivals Gauntlet and MPL Gauntlet are scheduled during the same weekend and will lock in the finals Worlds spots and determine relegation and promotion for most players in either league. The top four from the Rivals League will be promoted to the MPL and qualify for Worlds.

Only the top two players in the MPL Gauntlet will stick around in the MPL and get invited to Worlds. The remaining players will compete in the Rivals League.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/mtg/news/magic-world-championship-xxvi-set-for-october

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