Trinity Series Winner, Stats
The Trinity Series has come to a conclusion this past weekend and crowned a winner. Congratulations to Complexity who managed to beat Luminosity Gaming 6 - 3 in the finals, taking home $75,000 in prize money! Our beloved forum mod FrostyFeetEU has kept track of stats throughout the entire series and we have them here for you.
First up are the Class Winrates. we find Rogue to be on top with a 63% winrate which is quite a bit above Warrior, the second highest performing class with 57%. At the bottom we find Paladin, which after the impressive 6 - 0 sweep by G2 at the beginning of the series hasn't done so well in the rest of the series with a meager 38% winrate.
Class vs Class Win-Loss
Here we'll find the win-loss record of each class versus other classes. We can see the most common matchup seen was Warlock vs Priest which was heavily in favor of Warlock with a 24-10 score. Second we find Druid vs Mage which was most often won by the Druid 17 times against 9.
Top 10 Player Winrates
Next up are the top 10 individual player winrates. Fr0zen from Luminosity Gaming is the winner here with a 65% overall winrate. The lowest winrate player is Orange from Alliance with 24%.
We didn't see much diversity in decks banned by the opposing team. With Druid being banned twice and Paladin once. Banned 49 times, players wanted to play against Warrior the least followed immediately by Rogue which was banned 48 times.
We saw a total of five full sweeps with a single deck in the series and another 3 almost-sweeps with 5 wins
- ThijsNL (G2) with Anyfin Paladin against Alliance (Week 1)
- F0zen (Luminoity Gaming) with Tempo Mage against Tempo Storm (Week 2)
- Powder (Alliance) with Reno Warlock against Virtus.Pro (Week 4)
- TidesOfTime (Cloud 9) with Miracle Rogue against Alliance (Week 6)
- DrHippi (Virtus.Pro) with Tempo Mage against Complexity (Week 7)
Have you enjoyed the Trinity Series? Let us know your thoughts about the event and if you enjoy this type of competition in Hearthstone. We at Hearthpwn have surely enjoyed it a lot and we hope to see team-play that incorporates player communication a lot more in the future. Let's hope Blizzard has been paying attention for the upcoming Global Games!
For more esports, look forward to our Survival Guide to the upcoming Winter Championship in the Bahamas starting next week!