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The Americas Spring Playoffs and Championship were played over the weekend of May 28-29.
The new Americas Champion is Muzzy. Muzzy has long been touted as one of the best ladder players in the world, but has previously not converted this into any big wins. He will go to the World Spring Championship in Shanghai in July, alongside DiegoDias, Ant, and Kuonet who rounded out the top four.
The tournament was a grueling one, with many players bringing Control Decks, and some of the rounds of Swiss lasting over 3 hours. The archetypes brought by the top four are listed below:
Muzzy: Control Paladin, Giant Miracle Rogue, Jade Shaman, Quest Warrior
DiegoDias: Jade Druid, Murloc Paladin, Quest Rogue, Quest Warrior
Ant: Aggro Druid, Secret Mage, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior
Kuonet: Discover Mage, Control Paladin, Evolve Shaman, Quest Warrior
As you can see, the meta seems to be healthy, with many viable options.
Next week is the APAC Spring Playoffs, at which point all sixteen qualifiers for the World Spring Championship will have been decided.
Hey there guys Just got back into wow after going on hiatus due to college and a lot of changes has happened since EN was progression material xD So i have spent a while trying to get my character back up and into shape however i feel like i am doing lower dps than i should at 897 ilvl. Could you look me over and yell at me if i am doing something wrong? (note i am not in a raiding guild so all my raids are pugged and i am a scrub at using warcraftlogs since i am using them for the first time since about 3 days ago).
Thanks in advance!
The Americas Region HCT Spring Playoffs will take place over the weekend of 27-28 May 2017.
The HCT Spring playoffs for the Europe region was completed last weekend, with Hoej, Kolento, Neirea, and Rdu qualifying for the Global Championship next month.
This weekend is the turn of the Americas region, and the reaction last week is that many players have submitted very greedy control decks in their lists. The players who have submitted the greediest lists will be well placed in the control mirror matches, but those same players will need to dodge the handful of Aggro lineups that are out there.
To find out if your favourite player has qualified, you can check the standings here. The top 64 and ties made it to the main event, along with 8 Tavern Heroes. The event can be seen on the official Twitch channel from 8am PDT on Day One and 9am PDT on Day Two.
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