Chinese 2015 Hearthstone World Championship Players Review
The Chinese qualifiers, with another $25,000 prize pool, finished with LoveCX coming in first and taking a share of $10,000.
LoveCX, a relatively unknown player, managed to win the qualifiers after defeating established names such as Shen "MieGod" Yang of Newbee. LoveCX is currently playing for team Yolo Miracle. Unfortunately there is not much information on him available, but we hope to see him more often in events and learn more about him and his tactics as well as his personality.
Second place was conquered by Zoro, taking away $5,000.
Hong "Zoro" Yijie overcame difficult opponents and managed to qualify for the main event. He is currently playing for Team Celestial. We haven't seen him in any renowned tournaments either, but his future looks promising. Once again we will just have to wait and see what the future lies.
Coming in the last two spots were NoTomorrow and Zihao, who both earned the respectable amount of $2,500 and a ticket to the final event.
NoTomorrow, managed to become one of the top 4 players of the China's HWC Qualifiers, and that's no easy feat. Being the only teamless player among the China's finest, he sets a high pace for the other players as he is rising incredibly fast and he seems to be very talented. We shall wait and see if he can keep up with the world's best at the finals.
And last but not least, Zihao who also took home $2,500.
Guo "Zihao" Zihao, is another Hearthstone player currently playing for Team Celestial. Not much is known for him as well; he hasn't been seen in renown international tournaments. We will just have to wait and discover more about him.
All in all, you may have seen that we do not have much information about the Chinese players due to the nature of their tournaments and their language. However, this is a great chance to learn more about them, as they are all very talented and can achieve great things in Hearthstone.
Which one of these exceptional players is your favourite and why? Let us know in the comments below. Stay tuned for the next and last part of the series presenting Asia-Pacific's top players.