PC Gamer's Best 2015 Hearthstone Players

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The well-known magazine, PC Gamer, has compiled in its online version a top 10 list of the best Hearthstone players for 2015. Want to know who they are?


PC Gamer's 2015 Hearthstone Power Rankings are based not only on a player's skill and success in tournaments, but they also take into account a player's overall earnings. You can read the whole article here, where they provide some information on each player and explain how they ranked them.


PC Gamer's 2015 Hearthstone Power Rankings

  1.   Ostkaka
  2.   ThijsNL
  3.   Firebat
  4.   Purple
  5.   Lifecoach
  6.   StanCifka
  7.   Hoej
  8.   Kolento
  9.   Xixo
  10. StrifeCro & Surrender


Do you agree with these rankings? Would you change something? Would you like to see somebody else in them? Feel free to leave a comment below.

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Hard to argue against the list, the order comes down to details mostly anyway.


What stands out for me is the rather lack of players from the Americas though, with Dog being the biggest absentee that I can immediately think of.

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