Sjoesie Takes on Kayzr Semi-FinalsPosted by Hearthstone 1 June 2019 in
Last night was the last round of the Kayzr League Hearthstone group stage, and Sjoesie will soon be on his way to Amsterdam to defend his title live on location!
Sjoesie played a Bo5 versus Corax’ Aikoio, who happened to be one of his opponents at the Kayzr League 2018 Winter Finals event. Last night, Sjoesie dropped the first game to Aikoio, but pulled out a three-match win streak, securing his spot in the semi-finals.
Unfortunately, AVZ was up against some stiff competition for his last round, taking on Mitsuhide. The loss put him at 1-4 in the standings, which won’t be enough to make semi-finals.
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Sjoesie is a long-time member of Sector One and a familiar face in the Hearthstone community. He also happens to be drawn to some complicated decks builds. Last year he took home first place in the Kayzr League, playing on stage at Kinepolis Antwerpen.
While luck may not be on his side in the Kayzr League, AVZ recently took first place last weekend at LouvardGame 4.2. He won the entire competition without losing a single round to the other players, from swiss stage to the end of the finals. In recent months, he qualified for the WCG European Regionals, the Kazyr League, and took third place at FoM 21.0.
The Kayzr League Group Stage is almost over, but the semi-finals and finals will be held on June 9th. Stay tuned!