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#9 (Tie): Firebat
Last Month's Ranking: #8 (Tie)
Firebat's participation in the two-and-a-half month Hearthstone Trinity competition has come to an end. Thijs, our #5 ranked creator, also participated. Firebat and his Cloud9 teammates (StrifeCro and TidesOfTime) finished near the bottom of the pack with a 2-5 record. Better luck next time! Check out Firebat's stream below.
Last Month's Ranking: #5
Hearthstone isn't the only digital card game that Amaz has been playing: he's also streaming Eternal. During the current period, Amaz has logged over 100 Twitch hours on Hearthstone and 30 hours on Eternal.
Last Month's Ranking: #4
Trump had a busy run of tournaments during the current period. He placed 3rd - 4th at the ONOG PAX South Major, losing to the eventual winner Leadpaint in the semifinals. Trump was also one of 64 players to qualify for the HCT Americas Winter Championship. Unfortunately, two early losses quickly scuttled his chances of advancing. We hope to see Trump bounce back in next season's championship!
Last Month's Ranking: #2
Fun fact: Savjz has been a partnered Twitch streamer for just over three years. As of writing, he just broke 300k Twitch followers and is nearing 150k YouTube subscribers. Savjz has been consistently averaging 100k or more views on his Hearthstone videos; as of writing, only two have failed to reach 100k since December 2nd, 2016.
Last Month's Ranking: #1
Kripp has been Mr. Consistency on Twitch. He streamed 141 hours of Hearthstone during the current period, which is nearly identical to his three-month average of 143 hours. Kripp also topped January's Arena rankings in the Americas region. The competition was fierce; only .04 average wins separated Kripp and the #3 ranked player.