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Last Month's Ranking: #8 (Tie)
Trump, a Hearthstone veteran who has been uploading videos since 2013, was one of two ranked creators to lose YouTube subscribers during the current period. During San Diego Comic Con, Trump made an appearance at the Knights of the Frozen Throne themed Frostside Gathering.
Last Month's Ranking: #14
Hafu, who last appeared four editions ago, returns to the top 10! Impressive stat: This Arena master has streamed over 200 hours of Hearthstone during the current period. She also streamed five other games during this period, but none for more than a couple of hours.
Last Month's Ranking: #5
On July 18th, Amaz announced on Twitter that he'll be pausing streams until August as he travels to a few Magic: The Gathering tournaments. As a result, he logged 26 fewer hours of Hearthstone than he averaged during the previous two periods. Thankfully, you can still get your Amaz fix on YouTube; he banked enough videos to continue regular uploads during his travels.
Last Month's Ranking: #6
Thijs and the Netherlands' Hearthstone Global Games journey has come to an end. They were defeated in the quarterfinals by #7 ranked Kolento and Team Ukraine. They had a great run, and it's sad to see them bow out of the competition.
#2: Disguised Toast
Last Month's Ranking: #2
Disguised Toast is quite the popular streamer; his meet & greet session at HCT Shanghai drew a huge crowd. On July 19th, Disguised Toast donated $5 for every game he lost with his Quest Mage deck. He lost a total of sixteen games (which amounts to $80 in donations), but ended up contributing $500 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital thanks to some help from his Twitch viewers.