DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix at DreamHack Atlanta

Following up on last year’s success, DreamHack is excited to announce that the DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix circuit will continue in 2017, and will be featured at all North American festivals, including DreamHack Atlanta 21 – 23rd Jul.


Jakub “Lothar” Szygulski
Cora “Songbird” Georgiou
Neil “L0rinda” Bond
Dan “Falconepunch” Falcone

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How to Participate

In order to be confirmed for Grand Prix you are required to submit your order number of your ticket purchase. Grab your ticket here! All tickets will allow you to enter the tournament, please note that all tournament matches must be played in the dedicated Grand Prix area!


About DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix

Hearthstone has gathered over 50 million players since launching in 2014, and DreamHack was among the first major third-party organizers to host live tournaments for the game. 2016 was a big year, with more than 800 players competing in the DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix circuit, and over $100,000 USD prize money up for grabs. The circuit garnered over 7 million live views online, and has become one of the most prestigious tournaments for competitive Hearthstone players to win.

In 2017, DreamHack will continue to expand the DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix circuit, hosting tournaments at more events than ever. The DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix will be featured at seven DreamHack events — each stop hosting a major open Swiss tournament for everyone willing to compete, before the 16 top players move onto a single-elimination stage. There will be a minimum of 200 competitor slots per tournament, each with a total prize pool of $25,000. As if that wasn’t enough, each stop will also feature side events with special prizes and a $1,500 prize pool at stake for players who don’t make it through the grueling Swiss stages of the main tournament.

In total, $185,500 will be awarded to competitive Hearthstone players at DreamHack events throughout the year!

Main Event format

Tournament format: Open Swiss, top 16 moving on to a single-elimination stage
Match format: Last Hero Standing BO5 with 1 ban
Competitor slots: 200+
Platform: Bring your own device (wired connection)
Prize Pool: $25,000 USD total for the main event
($1,500 USD for the side event)

Prize Pool distribution (Main Event)

1st – $7,500
2nd – $3,500
3rd/4th – $2,050
5th-8th – $1,125
9th-16th – $675

Please read the DreamHack Atlanta Prize Money Policy here.

Schedule (Main Event)

The top 16 matches are played on an accelerated schedule. All times are estimates and set to local time – EDT.

Friday Jul 21
11.00 Preshow
11.15 Round 1
13.15 Round 2
15.15 Round 3
17.15 Round 4
19.15 Round 5
21.15 Round 6
Sunday Jul 23
11.00 Preshow
11.15 RO8 – 1
12.15 RO8 – 2
13.15 RO8 – 3
14.15 RO8 – 4
15.15 RO4 – 1
16.15 RO4 – 2
Saturday Jul 22
11.00 Preshow
11.15 Round 7
13.15 Round 8
15.15 Round 9
17.15 RO16 – 1+2
18.30 RO16 – 3+4
19.45 RO16 – 5+6
21.15 RO16 – 7+8
Ways to watch

DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix will be broadcasted at twitch.tv/dreamhackhs and facebook.com/DreamHackHS. We will announce other language streams closer to the event.

Stay Updated

Stay tuned for the latest updates about DreamHack Hearthstone Grand Prix:
Website: grandprix.dreamhack.com
Twitter: @DreamHackHS
Facebook: @DreamHackHS
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us on hearthstone@dreamhack.com and to be part of the conversation use the hashtag #DHGP!