Hearthstone

Last updated: April 4th, 2016

HEARTHSTONE BASICS

HearthStoneHearthstone is a digital collectible card game that revolves around turn-based matches between two opponents, operated through Blizzard's Battle.net. Players can choose from a number of game modes, with each offering a slightly different experience. Players start the game with a substantial collection of basic cards, but can gain rarer and more powerful cards through purchasing packs of cards or as reward for completing Arena runs. In-game gold is rewarded for completing randomized daily quests, where one is given each day stacking up to three, and by winning matches in ranked play, where 10 gold per three wins is earned with a 100 gold limit per day. Hearthstone is supported by micropayments for booster packs, Arena Mode entries, Adventure Mode wing access and alternate hero skins. Unlike other card games, Hearthstone does not use a trading card system and instead allows players to 'disenchant' unwanted cards into 'arcane dust' resource, which can then be used to 'craft' new cards of the player's choice. Hamilton Chu, executive producer of Hearthstone, stated while talking about why Blizzard does not plan on adding a trading card system that, "...a key thing for us was focusing on... playing the game". Blizzard wanted to do things such as avoid a free market where card values could fluctuate, discourage cheating methods like bots and duping, reduce the unauthorized third party sales (all against the terms of use), and keep the profit derived from the game for the company. Hearthstone is set within the Warcraft universe, with its characters, spells and locations drawing from existing lore.

MATCH ODDS

You bet on which team will win the game. How much you win depends on what odd the player you placed your bet on has. For example if you place your bet on Lifecoach with odd 1.79 with 10 units and he wins, you will gain a total amount of 17.9 units from which 7.9 is your winnings!

ODD/EVEN

This is betting on what will be the total number of rounds in which the game will end, odd or even! For example if you place your bet that the game will end in 3/5 rounds(odd) with odd 1.67 with 10 units, you will gain a total amount of 16.7 and your winnings will be 6.7! In the other case, if you place your bet that the game will end in 2/4 rounds(even) with odd 2.24 with 10 units, you will gain a total amount of 22.4 from which your winnings will be 12.4!

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