Na'Vi, compLexity, SK Gaming & More Clash in Hearthstone Tournament
Event Taking Place September 5 - 9, to be Broadcast Live on Stream.Me
AUSTIN, TX - AUGUST 31, 2016 - eSports heavyweights Natus Vincere (Na'Vi), compLexity, SK Gaming, Team Virtus.pro and ANOX will vie for dominance in Deck Gauntlet 3, a Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft competition, battling it out for a share of the $5,000 prize pool.
The online tournament kicks off Monday, Sept. 5
and will conclude Friday, Sept. 9
. All the action will be broadcast live via Stream.Me
, a streaming platform that allows viewers to watch multiple players and casters simultaneously on one channel in up to 4K HD video at 60 frames-per-second. Users can also opt to hear audio from a single source or multiple channels and use a similar multi-chat feature that can combine several channels' chatrooms into one.
The champion will take home a $2,000 grand prize. Other awards include $1,000 for the runner-up and $500 for both the third- and fourth-place finishers. Each team will also receive $200 for completing the group stage.
Teams and Players:
- Na'Vi - Xixo, Hoej
- compLexity - MrYagut, Crane, SuperJJ
- SK Gaming - Powder, AKAWonder, Spo
- Virtus.pro - BunnyHoppor, DrHippi, Carry
- ANOX - NickChipper, ShtanUdachi, Pawel
- Group Stage Day 1 - Monday, Sept. 5 at 18:00 CEST
- Group Stage Day 2 - Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 18:00 CEST
- Group Stage Day 2 - Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 18:00 CEST
- Playoffs Day 1 - Thursday, Sept, 8 at 18:00 CEST
- Playoffs Day 2 - Friday, Sept. 9 at 18:00 CEST
"With Hearthstone usually 1 vs. 1, you don't get the chance to see who is essentially the best team in the world," said SK Powder. "This time around, there is no shortage of amazing teams and players from around the world and we cannot wait to see how this event is going to be with the new and exciting format."
Currently in beta, Stream.Me is a broadcasting platform based in Austin, TX that empowers viewers and streamers alike with the most advanced broadcasting technology. With up to 4K HD video running at 60 FPS and highly-customizable built-in features, like multi-stream and multi-chat, Stream.Me is bringing a new look to the traditional streaming experience.