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In our first Hearthstone Spotlight, we present you with Value Town, a Hearthstone show that airs every Thursday and is co-hosted by a number of very popular and proficient Hearthstone streamers, such as Kripparian and Trump. The show is designed to help new players get a deeper understanding of Hearthstone gameplay and strategy.


As we announced in our 3-year anniversary news, we are going to have regular features on the website. Hearthstone Spotlight is one of them, and this is the first issue. This feature will be weekly and will promote a resource that we believe will be valuable and useful to our readers. In particular, we will focus on educational and instructional Hearthstone resources, that help players improve their strategic thinking.

This week, we present you with Value Town, a Hearthstone show that focuses on helping newer players get a deeper understanding of Hearthstone. The show is hosted by the tireless ChanmanV, and regularly co-hosted by famous streamers such as Trump and Kripparian, as well as by world-class players such as StrifeCro.
 
The show mainly focuses on Arena gameplay, and a lot of topics are approached from this angle, but there is still a lot of valuable Constructed information as well. Each week, you can expect insightful analysis of the value of many cards and strategies, as well as ample discussion and examples of Arena drafting techniques. In addition to this, hot topics in the Hearthstone meta-game and community are usually on the agenda.

The show airs every Thursday at 11AM PST (2PM EST or 7-9PM in Europe). You can watch it live on Twitch. Every show is also uploaded to YouTube, so no worries if you missed the live show.

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