After a rather long hiatus from Hearthstone, Drew “TidesofTime” Biessener is back on the winning track at Kinguin for Charity Easter invitational.
In the autumn of 2014, TidesofTime was one of the best Hearthstone players in the scene. His rise to power coincided with some of the biggest tournaments of that time, including the $63,000 WEC. Then a member of Tempo Storm, TidesofTime was the most feared player in his region and the one on top of the world rankings.
At WEC in China, TidesofTime went undefeated in four games, beating Jung Soo “Surrender” Kim, the king of summer Dima “Rdu” Radu, Jung Hwan “RenieHour” Lee and then Surrender once again in the grand finals to bring home the largest first place prize in Hearthstone at that time. He dropped a total of four games along the way.
When he returned on western soil, TidesofTime continued to show good form, though he never took another championship, semi-final finishes at Viagame HouseCup #2 and The Pinnacle 1 becoming his best results for the remainder of 2014.