This weekend see who rises to the occasion in Battlegrounds Lobby Legends: Spring Championship. From Saturday to Sunday, May 27 - 28 (Monday the 29th for Korean Time Zone), Battlegrounds: Lobby Legends: Spring Championship takes place on YouTube and Twitch beginning at 9:00 a.m. PDT / 12:00 p.m. EDT/ 18:00 CEST / 17:00 BST/ 1:00 a.m. the next day in KST!
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It’s time to rock and roll for this weekend’s Battlegrounds: Lobby Legends Spring Championship! The top 16 players from around the world will face off to see who is the best in the tavern during the first Lobby Legends of the year. We’re also bringing back the “Tavern Buddy” Twitch Extension on our official English Twitch broadcast, allowing viewers to challenge each other in a variety of games as they watch all the action.
What You Need to Know
- Dates: Saturday, May 27 – Sunday, May 28 at 9 am PDT (6 pm CEST)
- Day 1: 16 players across two lobbies, 3 matches per lobby
- Day 2: Top 8, Check format
- Prize Pool: $50,000 (USD)
- Casters: Sottle and Raven
- Co-Streaming: If you are interested in co-streaming future Hearthstone Esports events, live or during off-broadcast times more conducive to your local region, be sure to apply here.
Tavern Buddy- English Twitch Extension
We are thrilled to dive into the possibilities of a new Twitch Extension during the Lobby Legends broadcast. With “Tavern Buddy”, viewers will be able to challenge each other and our casters with their HS knowledge while supporting their favorite players and predicting how various matches will go. Who is the biggest Battlegrounds fan? Who has the magical premonitions to know what is to come? This is your chance to find out and lord those bragging rights over your friends!
THE PUZZLE BOX
Viewers answer a series of yes/no or over/under questions at the start of every broadcast, such as “Will one player get 1st place more than once?” Points are earned for each correct answer.
Before the start of each Group, viewers choose 3 players they believe will perform the best out of the 8. Viewers earn points based on their game results.
Viewers pick a player during the first few turns of each game. Points are earned based on that player’s finish. The earlier they choose, the more possible points.
Once during each game, the broadcast will focus on a single matchup and viewers will be asked to predict the winner of that turn.