The Icecrown Cup!

Our inaugural Hearthstone tournament, the Icecrown Cup is here and we’re really excited to finally unveil it to Irish players! Players have until 23:00 November 10th to sign up to take part in the biggest online Irish Hearthstone event yet! The tournament will be played over 2 days, November 11th and 12th from 13:00 each day.

Once the sign-up date has passed, we’ll announce seeds and brackets. It’s super important that everyone reads the rules to understand the requirements we have on team rosters, so please do check that out before signing up!


A complete set of rules for the Icecrown Cup can be found here.

Signing Up

First of all, please make sure you’ve read the rules. It’s up to each player to know and understand these requirements which are all detailed in our rule set. Once you’ve done that, just follow this link to sign up!

Once you’ve done that, head over to our store and enter the tournament. The sign up fee is €5, of which 100% will contribute to the prize pool (minus transaction fees).


The Last Hero Standing format will be used for this tournament. Each player should bring four decks using unique classes (example Warlock, Rogue, Priest, Paladin). Each player communicates their choices to their opponent, and each player may ban one class from the opposing player. Once you have lost with a class, the class cannot be played with again during that series. The first player to eliminate all three of their opponent’s decks is the winner.

Streaming Of Games

Raid will work with local broadcast talent to get as many games streamed from various divisions as possible on our Hearthstone Twitch channel. Be sure to follow us on Twitch so you’re notified when games go live!

How to sign up

It’s really easy to get your team signed up for the Icecrown Cup. All you need is:

To register, visit the entry page on our store. You’ll be sent a tournament entry code and instructions on how to use it – all you need to do is enter it in the “Entry Code” box on the tournament battlefy page!

Ready to go?