Double Elimination Stage > Losers Bracket > LB Round 1. Tempo Storm. 1. 2. Team Octalysis. Heroes of the Storm Global Championship Phase #2. Beim sogenannten Western Clash konnte Team Dignitas überraschen. Fnatic schlug die Misfits im Upper-Bracket Finale mit HGC Western Clash – Katowice. LAN // – März ▻ 1. Runde und 1. Runde im Loserbracket im Bo3 ▻ Alle weiteren Spiele im Bo5 ▻ Das Finale.
Your Internet Explorer is out of date.Beim sogenannten Western Clash konnte Team Dignitas überraschen. Fnatic schlug die Misfits im Upper-Bracket Finale mit HGC Western Clash #2. Upper Bracket. Runde 1. Europa / Europe Dignitas USA / USA Octalysis 2 0 · USA / USA Tempo Storm Europa / Europe Method 1 2. HGC Western Clash – Katowice. LAN // – März ▻ 1. Runde und 1. Runde im Loserbracket im Bo3 ▻ Alle weiteren Spiele im Bo5 ▻ Das Finale.
Hgc Western Clash Bracket Predictions VideoHGC Western Clash - Lower Bracket - Team 8 vs Nomia - Game 2
It was all they needed to pull off the Game 5 win, stunning Tempo Storm. Our third NA vs EU match was the last of Day 2. Team Dignitas was coming off a loss to Misfits while Gale Force eSports was coming from a win against Infamous.
In Game 1 on Towers of Doom, Gale Force was poised to win the match, but Team Dignitas made a comeback and took the game. In Game 2, on Cursed Hollow, Team Dignitas took a level lead early and built on that lead, turning it into a 2 level then a 3 level lead towards the end of the match.
With their Western Clash life on the line, Gale Force needed to win Game 3 on Battlefield of Eternity, but Team Dignitas once again gained a level advantage early.
Gale Force eSports could nothing to defend against the core push by a powerful level 16 Team Dignitas, who swept Gale Force eSports Getting closer to the Grand Finals, Match 1 of Day 3 in the Upper Bracket pitted Misfits, coming off their win against Team Dignitas, against FNATIC, who were coming off their win against Tempo Storm.
Coming into this match, FNATIC was the only team to have an unbeaten record in the Western Clash at , but Misfits were close behind, their only game loss coming from Nomia in their first match.
In Game 1 on Infernal Shrines, Misfits took a level lead and seemed to be in some control of the match, but with both teams at pace with each other, the game could go either way.
Late in the game, FNATIC made their push, and Misfits, down three Heroes, could not successfully defend the core.
Game 2, on Sky Temple, FNATIC took control of the map and were able to pull off a win, going up in the match. Misfits, in Game 3 on Tomb of the Spider Queen, needed this win to avoid the sweep.
This gave Misfits the opportunity to take the FNATIC core. For Game 4, on Dragon Shire, Misfits had momentum on their side but still needed to win the next 2 games.
The game was done under 15 minutes, with FNATIC taking the match and securing a spot in the Grand Finals. Misfits would go on to the lower bracket to face the winner of Team 8 versus Team Dignitas.
As the last remaining NA team, Team 8 had to get through a rematch with Team Dignitas in order to advance to the Lower Bracket finals against Misfits.
In Game 1 on Battlefield of Eternity, Team Dignitas and Team were neck and neck throughout the game. Team Dignitas enjoyed a bit of level lead, but Team 8 was gaining momentum in the late game.
That momentum was short-lived however, with Game 1 gong to Team Dignitas after a 4-Hero kill left the core undefended. Choosing Cured Hollow as the Game 2 map, Team 8 chose a map that played to their strengths in the hopes of getting the win.
Team 8 led for most of the game, but Team Dignitas ultimately came out the victor. In Game 3 team 8 need to win the match to avoid elimination and to get back into the match.
Team Dignitas denied them the win, taking down the core, and eliminating Team 8 from the Western Clash in a 3-game sweep. With a spot in the Grand Finals on the line, this rematch between Misfits and Team Dignitas promised to be a close one.
In Game 1 on Towers of Doom, Misfits played a good early game, getting in their shots on the Team Dignitas tower. Team Dignitas was unable to catch up in tower damage and Misfits took the first game.
In Game 2 on Cursed Hollow, Team Dignitas took a slight level lead and built on it, taking control of the map. Game 3 was do or die for Team Dignitas who needed a Game 3, Game 4, and Game 5 win to advance to the Grand Finals.
Misfits looked to be in the position to sweep Team Dignitas but on Infernal Shrines Misfits struggled to get out in front of Team Dignitas.
The game would go to Team Dignitas, their first win against Misfits in the Western Clash. Executing a spectacular combo resulted in a 4-Hero takedown, Team Dignitas was able to push to the core, pulling off a comeback and winning a spot in the Grand Finals.
Now at the Grand Finals, FNATIC, coming off big wins against Misfits, Tempo Storm and Gale Force eSports, were now the favorites to win the Western Clash because of their impressive record in the tournament.
They would have to get through a tough challenger in Team Dignitas who fought hard through the Lower Bracket to defeat Gale Force eSports in Day 2, and Team 8 and Misfits just hours before the Grand Finals.
By mid-game, Team Dignitas had a 3 level lead over FNATIC and was absolutely dominating the game. ViN has done a solid job in becoming the latest member of that roster.
I consider them the wild card. But like you said, Method could pull out the Murky. Next up we have HeroesHearth vs Leftovers. I feel like HeroesHearth is going to win that series, but a lot of people feel like HeroesHearth is the hope of NA.
As soon as you think you know the answer…. For the purposes of the bracket, I think HeroesHearth gets it. Ok, Team Freedom vs Team Liquid.
I like to call them the Renaissance Team of EU. Team Freedom is another of those we need to believe in ourselves kind of things.
I feel like Dignitas would win it. Tempo Storm is capable of winning, but they have to believe they can.
I gotta give that to HeroesHearth. I could easily see that going to game 5, but for all the momentum Team Liquid has developed, they also feel like one of the more inconsistent teams here.
Somehow, HeroesHearth always has this dynamic playstyle where they lose heroes early on but in these clutch moments they have scrappy team fights, and they look dominant from there.
In a scramble, HeroesHearth would come out on top. Unlike last year's tournaments, I didn't watch much of the Western Clash and seeing the same heroes again and again and again was the main reason, the lower game length another culprit.
Despite my favorite Grubby missing, casting overall - as far as I can tell - was very professional and involved. The analytics part on the other hand was worse than last year.
I'm super interested to see how the Eastern Clash meta is gonna be different. Obviously Maiev and Blaze dominance, but I'm curious to see if Tracer is still the no.
Some of the players like Rich, sCsC and dami are also known for Greymane play, and obviously it's a staple in Chinese meta for so long now, so looking forward to that.
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These cross-regional events serve to test the mettle of each region and continue to push the game forward with each competition. The event This is the first clash on American soil, with most Blizzard fans accustomed to the finals taking place in Anaheim, California.
The tournament will take place over three days in a double elimination format. All teams start in the Upper Bracket and get pushed to the Lower Bracket upon their first series loss.
Day 1 will contain the four opening Upper Bracket matches and the two subsequent Lower Bracket matches, resulting in the elimination of two teams.
Day 2 will begin the Best of 5 format and will feature two Upper Bracket matches and two Lower Bracket matches. Day 3 begins with the Upper Bracket semi-finals in a Best of 5, with the loser bumped down to await the winner of the Lower Bracket semi-finals.
The Grand Final will be a Best of 7 series between the Upper Bracket finalist and the winner of the Lower Bracket Final. The Upper Bracket finalist team begins the series with a one game advantage.
The legacy Team Dignitas has the most Clash championship titles, winning the Phase 1 and Phase 1 tournaments. With Team Dignitas failing to qualify for the Phase 2 Western Clash, Fnatic found very little competition and easily took the trophy.
As such, Europe is the long-standing top dog at the Western Clash. North America has consistently struggled to get a team into the top four, with Team 8 earning 4th place at Phase 1, Gale Force Esports earning 4th place at Phase 2, and Tempo Storm earning 3rd place at Phase 1.
Mirroring Team Dignitas from a year ago, Fnatic did not qualify for this event, making this the first Western Clash and LAN event that they have not participated in since the inception of the HGC.
The teams Leftovers EU Standing: 4th Place League Match Record: League Game Record: Leftovers had an outstanding start to Phase 2, managing not only to break out of the Crucible positions for the first time, but also qualifying for their first LAN event.
Mopsio has done wonders for this team, bringing the frontline control and team leadership necessary for them to secure 4th place in the EU HGC. They go up against HeroesHearth on the first day, a difficult series for them.
It is uncertain they will break into the top six at this event, but this team has the potential for an upset if they can maintain focus under pressure.
This team showed a great deal of innovation and ingenuity in the first phase of this year, but struggled when executing against the most elite teams.
With the return of BadBenny and adrd, the BlizzCon roster that defeated Team Dignitas is back together once again. Their play so far has been clean and efficient, with a more standard style of play compared to Phase 1.
Method is a strong contender for the top four. Team Dignitas EU Standing: 1st Place League Match Record: League Game Record: Dignitas is undoubtedly the favorite to win the Western Clash.
The roster has performed in dominant fashion throughout the year and is nearly impossible to control through the draft.
With a remarkable understanding of the macro game and an ability to dictate team fights with precision, there isn't much to be said about Dignitas that hasn't been mentioned already during their dominant run so far.
Team Liquid EU Standing: 2nd Place League Match Record: League Game Record: No one could have predicted that the role swap for Nurok to support would have gone so well.
Team Liquid came with guns blazing in Phase 2, bringing on Arcaner from Method as the ranged carry. Team Liquid will certainly be a contender for the top four and has a solid chance of facing Team Dignitas in the final.
HeroesHearth NA Standing: 1st Place League Match Record: League Game Record: The sweethearts of NA, HeroesHearth has developed a strong fan base with their run.
They, much like the Fnatic and Dignitas rosters of old, are proof of the strength acquired through keeping a roster together.
Their worst showings at the Mid-Season Brawl had Arthelon in the off-lane and McIntyre flexing. I personally believe the team is at its best with McIntyre controlling the off-lane, allowing Arthelon to bring his unique style of play in the flex role.
If they can play to their strengths, then the home-court advantage may push HHE to the Grand Final. Tempo Storm NA Standing: 2nd Place League Match Record: League Game Record: Tempo Storm, compared to their strong showing in Phase 1, is the wildcard of the tournament.
Their raw skill and experience is a non-issue, however the loss of Psalm is certainly weighing on the minds of Tempo Storm fans.
Despite the changes, Tempo Storm still managed to dominate in the first part of Phase 2.
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