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Harleen: “I don’t feel any pressure. I don’t care I a girl or a guy”

Maria “harleen” Kobzar spoke about his early career in Hearthstone, about which see not yet released Artifact, and to contract with Virtus.pro.

Career in Hearthstone, the transition to Artifact

“I started eSports career in October, playing Hearthstone, and last year was qualifying on WESG. I didn’t have competition plans. I just played a game and saw that WESG will be a separate qualification for girls. I made that beat out the other girls in the fight for the quota in China. Since I speak at the event. […]

I still love Hearthstone, but sometimes he upsets me. This is a really good game, but I just want to dedicate all their forces Artifact. I think I will have more opportunities to Express themselves in the Artifact”.

What should be the Artifact?

“The main thing is to minimize the factor of randomness, to give players more control over their decisions. I also want to make the game really challenging. If we exclude the element of chance, the game just becomes harder.”

A contract with Virtus.pro

“For me it was the obvious choice. Virtus.pro — the largest organization in the CIS. She provides a great perspective. While the Artifact will not work, I’m going to stream and to prepare for the first tournaments at the Artifact. Soon we will get access to the game”.

The pressure on girls in eSports

“I don’t feel any pressure. I don’t care I a girl or a guy. I don’t think girls need something special to promote. The need to encourage good players and gender does not matter here. I’m just a player.”

On the transition of harleen in Virtus.pro was announced on June 21. In Hearthstone, the bard took second place on WESG 2017 Europe Finals Female and 7-10 on StarLadder Ultimate Series 2017.

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Harleen was the player of Virtus.pro Artifact

Maria “harleen” Kobzar spoke about his early career in Hearthstone, about which see not yet released Artifact, and to contract with Virtus.pro.

Career in Hearthstone, the transition to Artifact

“I started eSports career in October, playing Hearthstone, and last year was qualifying on WESG. I didn’t have competition plans. I just played a game and saw that WESG will be a separate qualification for girls. I made that beat out the other girls in the fight for the quota in China. Since I speak at the event. […]

I still love Hearthstone, but sometimes he upsets me. This is a really good game, but I just want to dedicate all their forces Artifact. I think I will have more opportunities to Express themselves in the Artifact”.

What should be the Artifact?

“The main thing is to minimize the factor of randomness, to give players more control over their decisions. I also want to make the game really challenging. If we exclude the element of chance, the game just becomes harder.”

A contract with Virtus.pro

“For me it was the obvious choice. Virtus.pro — the largest organization in the CIS. She provides a great perspective. While the Artifact will not work, I’m going to stream and to prepare for the first tournaments at the Artifact. Soon we will get access to the game”.

The pressure on girls in eSports

“I don’t feel any pressure. I don’t care I a girl or a guy. I don’t think girls need something special to promote. The need to encourage good players and gender does not matter here. I’m just a player.”

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On the transition of harleen in Virtus.pro was announced on June 21. In Hearthstone, the bard took second place on WESG 2017 Europe Finals Female and 7-10 on StarLadder Ultimate Series 2017.

Harleen was the player of Virtus.pro Artifact

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