Hearthstone: Masters Tour Online Madrid

The Hearthstone 2020 competitive circuit continues with the fifth major of the year! The Masters Tour Online: Madrid will take place from October 23 to 25 and will bring together hundreds of players that will compete for their share of the $3,000,000 total prize pool!

Hearthstone: Masters Tour Online Madrid

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Blizzard decided that the Masters Tour Madrid, just like the previous one, would be played online to ensure the safety of players and staff.

However, instead of December, the last major of the 2020 Hearthstone competitive circuit will take place on October, with qualifications starting on August 6!


October 23

  • Player meeting – 8.30am PDT
  • Swiss Round 1 – 9:00am PDT

October 25

  • Swiss Round 6 – 9:00am PDT

October 26

  • Top 8 Playoffs – 9:00am PDT


  • Hearthstone Masters Tour Madrid will be played over three days:
  • Day 1 will feature 5 rounds of Swiss pairings. Players will be dropped after receiving their third match loss.


  • Players with 3 or more match wins will advance to day 2, which will feature 4 more Swiss pairings rounds.
  • After the conclusion of the Swiss rounds, the top 8 players will advance into a single-elimination playoff.
  • The top 8 players will return on day 3 to compete in the playoff.


  • All matches will be played online using 4-deck, best of five Conquest format with a ban. This tournament is bring your own device.


You may qualify for the Masters Tour Online: Madrid from August 6 to September 27 and register as usual on Battlefy.

Here are all the ways to qualify for this future Masters Tour:

  • Win one of 90 online Masters Qualifiers between August 6 and September 27 on Battlefy.
  • Finish with at least a 7-2 record at Masters Tour Online: Asia-Pacific and Masters Tour Online: Montreal.
  • Place within the Top 8 of a Masters Qualifier for Masters Tour Online: Madrid five times.
  • Place top 16 Legend on the in-game Ladder in the months of August and September (see official Masters Qualifiers rules for details).
  • Be a Hearthstone Grandmaster.

T1 wins the Hearthstone Gold Club World Cup 2020!

This is the last big tournament before the release of the next expansion, with eight teams competing in both Battlegrounds and Standard Mode, to define who is the best team in the world of Hearthstone!

Original content by Jean-Vincent "Durvil" Cannata.


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