This post is part three of our four part series that takes a look at how competitive Heroes of the Storm in each region has fared in 2017. Part one on Latin America can be found here and part two on Southeast Asia can be found here.
2017 is a year that will be remembered fondly by many ANZ Heroes of the Storm fans. As a previously unknown region, Nomia made history for ANZ during the first Western Clash. In a series that shocked all, the former kings found themselves in position to take a series off Europe’s top team at the time. After winning the first game against Misfits (now Team Liquid) and nearly taking the second, casters and fans alike stood in awe, finally seeing the potential lying dormant in this region for so long. After then taking a map off Team 8, fans now had very high expectations of the team for the upcoming Mid-Season Brawl. Although Nomia continued to impress at the brawl, making it to the play-offs, they ultimately fell to L5 in the losers bracket.
The biggest week in Heroes is finally here! Heroes 2.0 has finally been released to the public and I couldn’t be more excited. So let’s dive in and take a look at all the news this week. ►Heroes of the Storm 2.0 went live this Wednesday along with all the exciting updates and changes which […]
The Season 1 ANZ championships for the HGC were held over the weekend. Region shoutcaster and writer GLPhoenix brings you a summary of the season 1 championship. Coming into the HGC ANZ Season 1 Finals, the four teams vying for the top spot in the region were Nomia, Sweet Dreams, Plantronics Nv, and Sassu. Over the […]
The Gamestah Ember Series came to its thrilling conclusion last Tuesday. The eight week event was a solid production with all the hallmarks of an organisation that means business. I sat down the man behind the organisation’s push into Heroes of the Storm, Chris ‘Chrisis’ McClement, to chat about where Gamestah came from, where it’s going, […]
In a move that signals that the team is preparing to take things to the next level, Gust in 5 today announced via press release significant changes to their roster and team structure Gust in 5 (G5) would like to formally announce several changes to our team and additions of two new members, a substitute and […]
Local Heroes of the Storm teams and fans were out on force on Sunday when the first Australian and New Zealand Season Two qualifier tournament got under way. Fifteen teams from around the region signed up to compete in the double elimination tournament, with the top two placing teams securing a spot in the ANZ finals, happening […]
This is a guest post that was sent in to us by Shihiro. Round one for the ANZ Spring Championship Qualifiers was a successful day, full of excitement and endurance! Twenty teams signed up to take the chance to secure their place to take out the top spot. With storms hitting Australia it was clearly […]
Things are really heating up in Australia and New Zealand, especially with the first Spring Championship just mere hours from kicking off. There is a lot to get through this week, so read on to catch up on all the latest Heroes of the Storm news that you may have missed: The first Spring Championship […]
It may have been quiet here on the website, but that doesn’t mean that the local scene has been quiet, too! Read on to catch up on any Heroes of the Storm news that you may have missed from the Australian and New Zealand region: Sign ups for HappyRage’s Kings of ANZ tournament close tonight […]
Welcome to the first Weekly Wrap-up for December, 2015. Things are really starting to pick up as we charge towards 2016, and that means we have a tonne of local news for you to digest. Read on to catch up on anything you may have missed from the Australian and New Zealand region during the […]