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hearthstone Americas Region Ranked Play Results for June and Fr0zen's Decklist

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The final standings for the June Ranked Play Season on the Americas server have been published. It was the 27th season of Ranked Play, and Fr0zen topped the list, playing RenoLock.

Fr0zen has been known for his ladder play for a long time, finishing top ten on three other occasions this year, including a first place in January. Over the last few weeks, however, he has really started to show his ability in tournaments as well. He placed in the top sixteen at DreamHack Austin in May, and then was runner-up at DreamHack Summer a month later. Finishing Rank One Legend on top of those results is a fantastic achievement. The deck he used to reach Rank One Legend is shown below.


Fr0zen also found time to write a mini guide for the deck, which he posted on Reddit.

After last month's report that many players were on long streaks of doing well in the Americas region, several of those streaks were broken. Muzzy and SilentStorm don't appear in the top 100 at all, while Vlps finished 60th and Sjow 100th. Chessdude123 is probably the most notable figure on the list in terms of ladder finishes, coming in 18th to go with an 11th place in May, and 8th in April. 

The full top 100 list can be found here.


This was the second month to count towards qualification towards the Americas region Summer Preliminary, which will take place on August 19-21. We will have more information about the points standings towards that event when they are updated.

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