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Last Month's Ranking: #7
Earlier this period, Amaz went to London to participate in a Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix tournament. He's also branching out into other titles on Twitch; this period, Amaz streamed seven different games (though his primary game remains Hearthstone). In less exciting news, he was being hounded by a stream sniper - something that many streamers have to deal with.
#6 (Tie): Kolento
Last Month's Ranking: #10
Kolento placed 13th - 16th at the Hearthstone World Championship after going 0-2 in the group stage. It was a disappointing end to his World Championship run (here's what he had to say about it), but I'm confident he'll bounce back!
Last Month's Ranking: #5
Since we last checked in with Savjz in late January, he celebrated his birthday (which included a surprise party organized by some familiar faces in the Hearthstone community) and changed his Twitter name from @LiquidSavjz to @Savjz. Fun fact: Savjz was an avid Warcraft 3 player back in the day.
Last Month's Ranking: #2
Thijs' most recent tournament win came not from Hearthstone, but from poker. Congrats on winning the Esports Battle Royale poker tournament, Thijs! Earlier in February, he went on a massive streaming run and logged over 100 hours in two weeks. Judging by this series of tweets, Thijs had a positive reaction to the recent balance update.
#1: Disguised Toast
Last Month's Ranking: #1
Disguised Toast managed to hold on to the #1 rank despite not uploading any new YouTube videos during the current period! His dominance in the new Twitch followers and stream views categories helped him overcome the YouTube handicap. Toast also reached 100k Twitter followers in mid-February.