Team Nihilum stomps over the opposition and takes the first two places during Kinguin for Charity Spring Edition 2015!

It was quite the feast for Team Nihilum, as two of their players – Lifecoach and Lothar – advanced to the very finals with LifeCoach ultimately taking the winner’s crown. Eventually, Savjz stood as firm as a figure made of bronze and sent RDU off without letting him achieve a spot in the Top 3.


The record for the longest best of seven in the history of Hearthstone was close to being set a new?



Fans of Ropecoach must have rejoiced during this particular best of seven as the inner form of Nihilum’s Lifecoach took over and completely dominated Savjz. The rope was burnt and the record for the longest best of seven in the history of Hearthstone was close to being set a new, as Lifecoach continued to push through the brackets without using the most popular deck of the tournament - The Oil Rogue.



Always expect the unexpected; the team leader of Nihilum trampled over his opponents in such a powerful manner. Lothar proved that he still has the competitive drive and the skills to turn them former into victories.
On top of everything, Lothar was the only player to bring Misdirection to the tournament and despite that very card not playing a major role; it was still great to see it for the entertainment value. Undoubtedly, the most old-school players found a lot of joy, as they travelled in time after seeing something from their beginner days.



The utter dominance of Team Nihilum was brought to an end at the hands of Liquid’s very own Savjz. It was only fitting to have one of the most renowned veterans of Hearthstone in the top 3 standings; however the members of Team Nihilum must surely feel slightly disappointment, as they were looking towards a top-notch finish, since there is no better way to send a message to the Hearthstone community than a complete overtaking of a major tournament.


The inner circles of Ropecoach have been embraced and it seems to have been the correct move



Congratulations to Lifecoach for winning Kinguin for Charity Spring Edition 2015. The inner circles of Ropecoach have been embraced and it seems to have been the correct move for Nihilum’s Lifecoach, as his decision-making was swift, ruthless and on point in every single game. On the other hand, the brawl between two teammates was utterly amazing and Lothar deserves all the praise there is!



Team Nihilum proved to be an overwhelming force, as it took three of the four spots for the semi-finals!
Results are obviously extremely important to a professional player or team of any kind, but it is heart-warming to see that they also opt to support those who need help the most.


Obviously, we cannot forget about all the non-professional donators:
1. Kinguin with 500$
2. Merenwen with 50$

We will update you with the donations from the top 4 players tomorrow!

In total we have collected 3088$!

All good things come to an end, but do not fret, as Kinguin PRO League will arrive on the 3rd of March with a ton of high-quality and emotion-squeezing Hearthstone!