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Hearthstone Hits 100 Million Players, Rewards Inc!

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Hearthstone has achieved a truly massively impressive feat, reaching 100 million players worldwide! That's a whole lot of turns being taken, ropes burned, minions summoned etc, so Blizzard are having a party to celebrate. Luckily for us, the party is for everyone! Starting Wednesday, November 7th and ending on the 10th, we're all getting 6 free Boomsday Project packs, as well as a potential 500 gold for playing friendly matches!

Blizzard Logo100 Million Users (source)

There really is always room for another: the Hearthstone Tavern has now welcomed over 100 Million players to date!

Let’s Celebrate Together!

We’re humbled and grateful that so many players have chosen to join us in the Hearthstone Tavern! As our way of saying thank you, we’re throwing a party! 

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Starting November 7 at 10:00 am PST through November 10, everyone who logs in will receive six free The Boomsday Project card packs. Then hang out and play with friends to earn up to 500 gold! Everyone* will receive the Celebrate the Players quest which rewards 100 gold when you play a friendly challenge. This celebratory quest is repeatable up to five times—you can even do them all in the same day!—for a total of 500 gold!

Thanks for joining us, and we look forward to sharing many more years of Hearthstone fun with you. See you in the Tavern!

 

*You’ll need to complete the introductory quests “First Blood” and “The Duelist” to unlock daily quests, (or “Ready for Action” if you’re a returning player). Be sure to make room in your quest log before November 7 so you don’t lose a quest you intended to complete. Just like Play a Friend!, don’t concede too early, or you may not receive credit for completing the quest. Unlike Play a Friend!, Celebrate the Players only provides rewards to players who have this quest in their own quest log.

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9 hours ago, lChronosl said:

Nice. It means 100 million registered accounts, right? Not really 100 million active players.

Probably. They do use some next level math in their calculations. But whatever, free stuff, yay.

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19 hours ago, lChronosl said:

Nice. It means 100 million registered accounts, right? Not really 100 million active players.

100 millions people that have played at least a game, I think.

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Love Hearthstone or hate it - 100 million is a phenomenal achievement. Even if just a quarter of those accounts are still active - that's a pool of 25 million players. Hearthstone isn't going anywhere anytime soon!

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On ‎11‎/‎7‎/‎2018 at 9:27 AM, Sarasin said:

How many players in EU vs. Americas?

 

a good chunk of players residing in China and Korea I would expect!

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