With ample backline pressure and two priority channels, this week calls for crowd control and self-sustenance.
Consistent heals and strong self-sustain will mitigate much of the damage from this week’s sustain-damage-heavy lineup.
Dive and stuns abound in this free rotation. This week’s nemeses exemplify lockdown, zoning, and vitality.
Vikings ahoy! This free rotation has plenty of high-impact channels to interrupt and backliners to trap. Burst and CC reign.
This free rotation is full of dives and channels — stuns and disables reign supreme. And don’t forget Li-Ming.
The Nexus is getting a real treat with its next hero, Li-Ming. The fast-paced, spell-slinging wizard has a lot to offer.
Melee and stuns abound. It’s time to bust out heroes who can handle themselves in lane and in fights.
It’s a free rotation full of lane bullies and squishies — a time for hunters and hammers. These are our weekly MVPs.
We went to Heroes Rising at the eSports Arena and had some things to say about the event.
Greymane’s identity as a ranged/melee assassin gives him some perks, but his design may discourage comebacks.
Lunara just got spoiled at Blizzcon, and we couldn’t be more excited. Her design space is more unique than it may seem.
Cloud9’s Murky composition was an absolute blast to watch – but is it healthy for HotS eSports?
Diablo is a brutal brawler who can really put enemies out-of-place – so why has he been snubbed for the past months?
It’s easy to blame matchmaking and teammates when games are going wrong. Are you in MMR Hell?
The Lt. Morales patch brought some changes to the support pool, warranting a closer look at where each falls.
Rexxar isn’t necessarily intuitive – learn some of his deeper strategies and capabilities.
A kit full of single target buffs and team-wide mobility define this versatile healing hero.
The Road to Blizzcon concluded this weekend with the European Championships.