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Hearthstone EU: January 2016 Ranked Play and HWC Point Standings

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Blizzard have released the final standings from Ranked Play Season 22. They have also updated their standings page for Hearthstone World Championship (HWC) Points. The top 128 in the points standings will play in the Winter Preliminaries, which will decide the eight players who will compete in the Winter Championship.


Last months top ranked Legend, ShtanUdachi (ШтанУдачи), managed to finish in fourth place this time around and tops the leaderboard for HWC points.

The top 20 EU ladder rankings for Season 22 were as follows:
 

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The HWC standings are not final, as there are still a handful of tournaments to be added. The current list can be found here, and will be a very good guide as to who has qualified. As you would expect now that many more tournaments have been added to the list, there are many well known names in the top 128. As previously mentioned, ShtanUdachi leads the way. Other notable players in the top 25 alone include: Crane333, ThijsNL, Pavel, RDU, Greensheep, Hoej, Neirea, Ersee, and Naiman. Current World Champion Ostkaka is in 42nd, while Superjj and Xixo are also on the list.
 

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Our Season 21 write-up can be found here.
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