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A new chap to join

 

We are excited to announce that after a series of successful talks, we will have Ben xl3en Chapman join as our second Hearthstone player alongside Mysterious. Ben recently finished 3rd place at MCM London for the ESL Prem Spring 2017 Season which is a strong display of his skill and commitment to the industry. Ben has also come 5th in the Multiplay UK Masters 2016 Season 2 season at the end of last year and we feel strong towards supporting his progression as a player.

I am so pleased to be joining the Hearthstone roster at MnM Gaming. I’ve been active in the competitive Hearthstone scene since winning the first fireside gathering I attended in 2014. I’ve gone to local events, casted Insomnia & WESG and participated in LANs across the UK and abroad. I’m excited to progress even further with support from a great team. I will be very proud to represent MnM at Dreamhack Valencia next month.

Ben xl3en Chapman

I am excited and honoured to have Ben join MnM. it is difficult to find the right players to represent you in competitions but I am confident in Ben’s ability and mentality to continue progressing in the Hearthstone scene.

KalKal | Founder

 

 

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