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The top four players of each region dueled against one other in Hearthstone Grandmasters Season 1 games on April 11. These matches followed the quarterfinals that happened on April 10.

During the live broadcasts, viewers were able to earn card packs through YouTube Drops.

Week 1 Day 3 Hearthstone Grandmasters Asia-Pacific recap 

Yashina “Alutemu” Nozomi and Kenta “glory” Sato dominated the semifinals at the start of the day. While Alutemu obtained a score of 3-0 against Yu Hsin “GivePLZ” Pa, glory won 3-1 against Ching-Li “TIZS” Li. The games did not end there as Alutemu and glory duked it out in the finals.

While Alutemu played his Control Priest deck in the first round, his opponent did his best with Secret Rogue. In the late game, glory had a board consisting of a few minions but went into fatigue. Alutemu cleared most of the board using Blademaster Samuro, which prompted his opponent to tap out.

Alutemu versus glory Hearthstone Grandmasters
Alutemu managed to one-up glory in the event final. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment.

Alutemu continued his win streak in Round 2 by playing Secret Rogue against Control Priest. With Secret Libram Paladin, Alutemu earned a score of 3-0 and became the weekly champion of Hearthstone Grandmasters.

Alutemu Secret Libram Paladin Hearthstone Grandmasters
Alutemu’s Secret Libram Paladin deck | Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

Week 1 Day 3 Europe recap

It was Simone “Leta” Liguori versus Thijs “Thijs” Molendijk in the first set of games for Europe.

Although Leta achieved victory in the first couple games using Post Rogue and Spell Mage, it was not over in the next game. Thijs put up a difficult battle. He used Secret Libram Paladin against Miracle Priest and won the game with the help of Pen Flingers.

Leta brought back Miracle Priest in the forth game. He faced his opponent’s Tempo Rogue but was not able to claim victory. With a reverse-sweep against his opponent and going face with Jaraxxus for exact lethal in Game 5, Thijs achieved a score of 3-2 and earned a spot in the weekly Hearthstone Grandmasters finals.

Leta versus Thijs Hearthstone Grandmasters
Thijs managed a comeback victory against Leta in the semifinals. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Hearthstone Grandmasters second set

The second set of semifinal games were between Enzo “Warma” Floch and Torben “Viper” Wahl.

In the first game, Viper won with Spell Mage by going face with Fireball and a minion. However, Warma tied the score 1-1 in the next game using his own Spell Mage against Viper’s Weapon Rogue.

Viper brought back Weapon Rogue in the third game to fight and win against Warma’s Control Priest. Warma persisted and tied the score again via board control against Face Hunter.

The final weekly Hearthstone Grandmasters game was down to Warma’s Weapon Rogue and his opponent’s Face Hunter deck. After a close game, Viper headed into the finals to go up against Thijs.

Europe Week 1 standings | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

The finals for Europe all came down to Thijs versus Viper. The players selected Control Warlock and Face Hunter for the first game respectively. Viper obtained a score of 1-0 after going face with Quick Shot and a minion.

It was a Mage versus Mage mirror match for game two. Thijs won with Apexis Blast and pinging face with Fireblast. Although Thijs tied the score, Viper won the next game with Spell Mage against his opponent’s Control Warlock.

Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Thijs evened it out once again in Game 4. He won with Tempo Rogue against Secret Libram Paladin. Ultimately, the decider match came down to Thijs’ Control Warlock going up against Viper’s Secret Libram Paladin. In the late game, Viper went into fatigue, which soon led to Thijs’ victory.

Week 1 Day 3 Americas recap

As for the next region, Luna “lunaloveee” Eason duked it out against Shuntian “DreadEye” Luo.

During the first round, DreadEye wasn’t able to play minions and control the board in the early game. Meanwhile, lunaloveee played Post Rogue carefully against her opponent’s Secret Libram Paladin. After intense turns of board control from both players, DreadEye won by playing buffed-up Taunt minions, going face and top-decking Libram of Judgment for exact lethal.

Game 2 featured lunaloveee’s Token Druid vs. Weapon Rogue. On lunaloveee’s first turn, she used Coin, Innervate and Power of the Wild, which summoned four Gibberlings on her side of the board.

DreadEye versus lunaloveee | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Although DreadEye got rid of a couple of minions, lunaloveee continued to develop her board. Despite the board clears by DreadEye, his opponent pushed consistent damage to the face and tied the score 1-1.

Game 3 was Rogue vs. Rogue. However, this was with different deck archetypes. DreadEye won with his Weapon Rogue; his opponent wasn’t able to stop the damage to face using Post Rogue. Then, DreadEye won the fourth game with Inquisitor Demon Hunter against his opponent’s Spell Mage. This put him in the weekly Hearthstone Grandmasters finals.

DreadEye’s Inquisitor Demon Hunter deck. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

For the second set of semifinal matches for the region, Luke “NoHandsGamer” Kooken and Jerome “Monsanto” Faucher clashed against each other.

Monsanto won the first round thanks to his Tempo Rogue against his opponent’s Post Rogue. However, NoHandsGamer evened out the score in round two with Secret Libram Paladin. NoHandsGamer won after Monsanto made a move that allowed his opponent to draw C’Thun, the Shattered.

Hearthstone Grandmasters: The third game

The third game involved NoHandsGamer’s Post Rogue against Spell Mage. Although the latter player survived via Trick Totem into a clutch Cloak of Shadows, it was not enough for a victory.

NoHandsGamer vs. Monsanto | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

NoHandsGamer continued his win streak into Game 4 and won using Spell Mage against Monsanto’s Control Priest. With a score of 3-1, NoHandsGamer went into the finals and fought against DreadEye.

DreadEye secured the first win by controlling the board with his Mage deck against Rogue. Next, Inquisitor Demon Hunter went up against NoHandsGamer’s Spell Mage. Consequently, DreadEye acquired another victory when his opponent’s Mask of C’Thun missed hitting a Poison minion on the board. 

DreadEye vs. NoHandsGamer | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Despite the 2-0 score, NoHandsGamer did not give up in Game 3. Again, he played his Mage deck. However, this time, it was against Secret Libram Paladin.

NoHandsGamer pulled off a reverse-sweep using Spell Mage, Control Priest and Post Rogue. This made him the Week 1 champion of Hearthstone Grandmasters Americas.

Week 1 standings. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

This wraps up the Hearthstone Grandmasters 2021 Season 1 Week 1 matchups. The weekly tournament broadcasts will resume on April 16.


Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!


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