September Hero League Rankings - Srey #1 Again

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Blizzard has released a top 200 leaderboard for their preseason Heroes of the Storm ladder, and Icy Veins' Heroes of the Storm guide developer Srey is once again in first place! Congratulations to him on this achievement.


The full list can be found on the Heroes of the Storm site:


Blizzard Icon Preseason Leaderboards: September 2015


After the release of the August 2015 leaderboard, we’ve seen many players dive into Hero League, hoping to dash their way to the top of the leaderboards. Without further ado, feast your eyes on the Top 200 players for the month of September.


As a reminder, in order to be eligible for the leaderboard, players must meet the following criteria:

  • Play a minimum of 50 games
  • Must have reached Rank 1 in the month of September

The following players, representing the Americas region and ranked by MMR, are numbered below for your viewing pleasure.


Hero League

  1. Srey
  2. Strange
  3. McIntyre
  4. Kladeous
  5. erho
  6. Prismaticism
  7. Bebhead
  8. Khroen
  9. LordUrano
  10. Mirr
  11. Megalomaniac
  12. Killsky
  13. robadobah
  14. bigempct
  15. kumano
  16. GamesChess
  17. foerest
  18. chu8
  19. chu8
  20. Trinity
  21. Traitorr
  22. KingCaffeine
  23. Rincent
  24. Batterry
  25. Mysticleez
  26. Ratan
  27. Sashin
  28. KilluZiioN
  29. GOAT
  30. Hosty
  31. SleepyBear
  32. Rentaro
  33. Biceps
  34. Gizmo
  35. Subnova
  36. Rafflewaffle
  37. MichaelUdall
  38. jollygood
  39. Jeleto
  40. Nazmas
  41. Johz
  42. PerfectIsSht
  43. ItsBNasty
  44. Qué
  45. Saitoz
  46. DrunkSoraka
  47. TigerJK
  48. Colo1900
  49. Nittt
  50. Tarinai
  51. Jun
  52. Carnage
  53. PyratRum
  54. Eldgon
  55. zugrug
  56. Sirius
  57. Smikies
  58. Wiz
  59. Ninja
  60. HandleBars
  61. Jschritte
  62. SUMbobori
  64. Amakel
  66. PepsiCola
  67. Nervi
  68. Revolv2Solve
  69. Shot
  70. Unitedterror
  71. Ubnik
  72. CarlTheLlama
  73. betoxd
  74. Volt
  75. Zixz
  76. ClunkyMonkey
  77. TalkingTrees
  78. HelenHunt
  79. akaface
  80. Umadibet
  81. Meteora
  82. Taxadar
  83. protoges
  84. Yuuj
  85. Shales
  86. CptScrewball
  87. worldclass
  88. SharK
  89. xcyteZ
  90. alan
  91. Malheven
  92. Morter
  93. AlexCMoi
  94. stevetorious
  95. Dayun
  96. Dotod
  97. FakerFangirl
  98. YoDa
  99. Tei
  100. Taliant
  101. Meadow
  102. takada
  103. oMrXo
  104. BAECITY
  105. Botha
  106. Bluecrayon
  107. Arcaner
  108. Clawed
  109. tn2389
  110. Darkened
  111. Hack
  112. Sunshine
  113. TommyShark
  114. Raptur3
  115. Onlyhope
  116. Shadowkira
  117. stj
  118. Chrisylo
  119. Hikisaka
  120. Naryt
  121. EzSkillshot
  122. sleepy
  123. Lightbringer
  124. FrozenX
  125. Éricke
  126. Deltron
  127. Pkchu
  128. Zerato
  129. Odukgalion
  130. insomnia
  131. haeun
  132. hiimrick
  133. bnc
  134. NadeBot
  135. FATE
  136. KainDurain
  137. Yewki
  138. Insyder
  139. Nurok
  140. Cris
  141. Harmless
  142. Kemet
  143. mewnfare
  144. Capricorn
  145. Kcramal
  146. Rhaeyn
  147. Naeiou
  148. Deschain
  149. Sios
  150. Bucklucky
  151. Kruvin
  152. erytnIcM
  153. Micro
  154. Darkchimaera
  155. Jaemz
  156. Bassdrop
  157. DeMiSe000
  158. EmberStrike
  159. Cavalry
  160. LexUther
  161. Neeew
  162. JimJam
  163. Novus
  164. Toejamnearl
  165. Metales
  166. PentaUnleash
  167. TonePhone
  168. Seraphim
  169. blueb00ger
  170. sharper
  171. Etanclan
  172. Irlpwner
  173. JimmyLv
  174. SneakyTurtle
  175. kjai
  176. Dominus
  177. TRUE
  178. PIS
  179. Kachi
  180. PaperTofu
  181. Kalabunga
  182. Deadlyice
  183. cwCwCW
  184. Tsukima
  185. Doomzito
  186. Jim
  187. JMDj
  188. kinkyfairy
  189. MadCat
  190. Saturnine
  191. KingofSkillz
  192. allstarz
  193. Dragont3mp
  194. Wargreymon
  195. Ith
  196. Mihr
  197. Fate
  198. Illuzion
  199. Gary3k
  200. TribalZ


  1. Insyder
  2. Kouto
  3. Fenix
  4. Wraith
  5. Arakho
  6. Sunshine
  8. Ballinbeast
  9. Trummel
  10. h0ns
  11. cattlepillar
  12. Blinks
  13. Jaximus
  14. Grandork
  15. Hydra
  16. Mysticleez
  17. DarkPantherz
  18. Rasako
  19. Hikisaka
  20. Metales
  21. LordUrano
  22. Srey
  23. Khroen
  24. Smikies
  25. Jeleto
  26. Gizmo#
  27. Batterry
  28. Kladeous
  29. Yuuj
  30. ChimneyBaus
  31. SoupMaster
  32. Roflcopter
  33. Kaegok
  34. Taxadar
  35. Ikkyy
  36. TalkingTrees
  37. Traitorr
  38. Malheven
  39. Megalomaniac
  40. Chrisylo
  41. Axiom
  42. ConcreteJab
  43. erho
  44. WiLT3D
  45. Avan
  46. Yewki
  47. Jynx
  48. Evileye
  49. Toejamnearl
  50. Theoculus
  51. nightmare
  52. HandleBars
  53. JoaoGrandao
  54. Perseverance
  55. MicroManage
  56. JamesFranco
  57. Prometheus
  58. Frustrated
  59. insomnia
  60. Shupler
  61. Dotod
  62. CragHack
  63. Nittt
  64. Landoman
  65. AlexCMoi
  66. Eri
  67. DaSakura
  68. Juninhogdc
  69. MFoo
  70. sueko
  71. Logoz
  72. Xinso
  73. Jun
  74. TonePhone
  75. lozeng
  76. Retrubtion
  77. Beargeist
  78. NadeBot
  79. SagaZ
  80. Ozzy
  81. Naryt
  82. Stylent
  83. Kraze
  84. Ryxie
  85. Bhara
  86. Necrollyte
  87. Gar
  88. Komatix
  89. Tarinai
  90. Tomster
  91. EmberStrike
  92. Sios
  93. iSpiritWolf
  94. Crunkjuice
  95. haeun
  96. EscapingJail
  97. FakerFangirl
  98. Mute
  99. Alone
  100. UnusuaL
  101. EnzoDiLucca
  102. DämonenJäger
  103. BillCollings
  104. Jyve
  105. Saitoz
  106. kumano
  107. Risenbane
  108. Acradem
  109. Darkchimaera
  110. CHUNKY911
  111. Bobori
  112. Strange
  113. DEUS
  114. Aki
  115. DocDestroy
  116. Nomis
  117. Halfbreed
  118. hamchook
  119. DoomFate
  120. FatherMajor
  121. Bile
  122. Deltron
  123. Kosoya
  124. Shikasta
  125. Bomberdawg
  126. Dawgenstien
  127. Kero
  128. Neeew
  129. Steven
  130. Altoholic
  131. Dragon1414
  132. PIS
  133. Kruvin
  134. Ultimated
  135. betoxd
  136. SSkuLL
  137. Reinner
  138. Sperbeck
  139. Hosen
  140. vietking
  141. Mirana
  142. Arcaner
  143. Coffeerage
  144. Tytherius
  145. Mario
  146. BroMontana
  147. Nessper
  148. hx9
  149. Seraphim
  150. Immoralfeife
  151. KilicK
  152. bigempct
  153. Tylan
  154. CarlTheLlama
  155. Illusionist
  156. Mastersistem
  157. Kcramal
  158. Maximiano
  159. CodyNemz
  160. Shales
  161. Molsons
  162. Ruckle
  163. Wartortle
  164. Diamond
  165. Statutory
  166. MjaM
  167. Fozi
  168. Enaigon
  169. xau
  170. GummiBear
  171. Tarik
  172. BlueAbyss
  173. Ith
  174. LzGaMeR
  175. Kangorth
  176. AyyLMAO
  177. Benjamin94
  178. robadobah
  179. DasDo0kie
  180. Pkchu
  181. Fekt
  182. Rags
  183. Sashin
  184. Basickz
  185. Vodkacho
  186. Naeiou
  187. Chop
  188. Jschritte
  189. King
  190. Kobu
  191. Homunculus
  192. Aether
  193. RhyNgoh
  194. AiZanDe
  195. Éricke
  196. Dougz
  197. Kirbyteam
  198. SamuraiDrak
  199. valha
  200. galefrost

Congratulations to those who have secured top slots in their respective leagues.  We’ll see you next month for the October leaderboard!


Please join us in congratulating Srey on his top performance once again!

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