Just The Facts:
- When: Sunday June 29th, 2014 @ 2PM
- Where: 13 Emory Place, Knoxville TN 37917
- What To Bring: A laptop or iPad with Hearthstone installed – we may have some additional devices on hand, but cannot guarantee enough for everyone
- How To Get Ready: Make sure you have your own Battle.net account, and have completed the in-game tutorial. Additionally you may want to “unlock” all the Heroes before the tournament
- Who: Anyone with an interest in Hearthstone – all ages welcome
- Why: To have fun and raise funds and awareness for the Technology Cooperative
The cost is free – donations are welcome! (also attendees should be able to unlock the special Fireside Gathering card back!)
We will be running two different brackets, you can choose to enter either or both:
Open Bracket – A double elimination, best of three, bracket where any deck is allowed and both players can change decks between games. Break out your best golden legendary cards or play a special constructed combo!
Basic Bracket – New to the game and look for a level playing field? This bracket will be a double elimination, best of three, bracket where players much choose a deck from the “Basic Decks” in Hearthstone. Players can change decks between games, but all games must be played from the Basic Deck list.
This is the first event of this kind hosted by us, so things will be kept loose and simple.
We will have water available and may have other beverages and snacks, but no guarantees.
There may be an attempt to record and stream some of the games (in particular the finals) and by attending you agree you are okay with being filmed and/or photographed and that these videos and images may be used by the event royalty free.
Hearthstone is a free to play fast paced strategy card game that’s easy to learn and massively fun. Start a free game on Battle.net and play your cards to sling spells, summon creatures, and command the heroes of Warcraft in duels of epic strategy.
About the Hosts:
Knoxville Game Design is a Knoxville, TN based meetup group that encourages people young and old to get involved with game design and development. The group welcomes all levels of designers, from veteran indies to new hobbyists.
The Technology Cooperative is a 501-c-3 nonprofit organization founded to create a technology-focused community that will provide computer-related technology access and awareness.