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Hearthstone IeSF Qualifier

Assembly Organizing holds the Finnish Hearthstone IeSF Qualifier tournament with 16 players and a 1,000€ prize pool taking place at ASSEMBLY Summer 2014 in Helsinki on July 31st.

Assembly and SEUL are proud to present the Assembly Summer Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft IeSF Qualifier at this year’s ASSEMBLY. The newest upcomer in the competitive eSports scene, Hearthstone, will attract 16 players from Finland to compete for the 1,000 € prize pool. The tournament will begin on the 31st of July 2014.

The tournament will consist of 16 players gathered through direct invites and online qualifiers which will be announced later. Seeing as how Hearthstone has been making waves in the eSports community, we expect several top tier players to be vying for a spot at the tournament.  Since the IeSF World Championship Hearthstone tournament in Baku is male only, the Finnish qualifier will only be open to male players. The IeSF has re-evaluated their rules and thus the national qualifier tournament is open to all Finnish players.

The tournament’s winner will also earn the right to represent Finland in the upcoming IeSF world championships at Baku! So the stakes are high.

Quick facts about the tournament

  • Date: Thu 31st of July
  • Place: Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Centre, Helsinki, Finland
  • Players: 16
  • Prize pool: 1,000 EUR
  • Format: Group stage (Bo3) & Single elimination Playoffs (Bo5)
  • Streams: Onsite casting by Ville “1mustfall” Tuomisto and Joonas “Jka” Kapiainen
  • Participation: Invites here (closes 8.7.) & online qualifiers
  • Tournament rules: Regulation Finnish eSports Federation (SEUL) rules
  • Results: Tournaments at Assembly


Streams & Casters

The tournament will provide a free HD main stream. Ville “1mustfall” Tuomisto is a seasoned professional caster from the Huutosakki group and has been enjoying Hearthstone since it launched. Joonas “Jka” Kapiainen is an eSports-veteran from the Finnish eSports Federation and will provide the play-by-play analysis of the games alongside Ville.



All times are local time EEST (GMT+3).
Thursday, July 31st
  • 16:00 Group Stage
  • 20:00 RO8 
  • 22:00 Semi-finals
  • 24:00 Finals 



The prize pool of the tournament is €1,000. It will be distributed to the top four players as follows:
  • 1st  €350 and trip to Baku for the eSports World Championships
  • 2nd €350
  • 3rd  €150
  • 4th  €150



The tournament will be played with a double elimination group stage and a single elimination playoffs stage. In the group stage, the 16 players will be divided into four groups from which the top two in each group proceed to the playoffs stage. The group matches are best-of-3 and the playoff matches are best-of-5.



There are two ways to gain one of the 16 spots in the tournament, either by receiving a direct invite or through an online qualification tournament. In order to receive an invite, players must first request it by filling out an application form located here. You can request an invite until the 8th of July. However, everyone is encouraged to request an invite first, and participate in the qualifiers second if need be. The participation is open only for Finnish players.

The participation in the tournament costs €50 which includes esports passes, one for the player and one for your organization’s representative. The passes allow entrance to the tournament area and to the player’s lounge provided by the Finnish eSports Federation (SEUL).


Online Qualifier

Date: July 9th
Time: 17:00 EEST (check-in 60min before)
Prizes: Top 4 qualifies for the main tournament at Assembly Summer 

Tournament played with Eizo Foris FG2421 World's First 240Hz Gaming Monitor!