By winning six-straight matches to progess in the 256-man competition, one of those being his Reason Gaming teammate ‘Ostkaka’, Kaldi rose out of the masses to achieve a Top-4 spot after a loss to the competitor from the US, ‘DjBigRuss’. Playing through into the early hours of the morning, Kaldi showed us what a veteran gamer he is.
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The US-based competition, hosted by National ESL runs every Sunday with a $500 prizepool. The fact that Kaldi has entered the US-based tournament and achieved a Top 4 position shows how strong the European Hearthstone scene is at the moment.