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Heroes of the Dorm Round of 64 Revealed, $10K Bracket Challenge Returns

The Round of 64 for this year's Heroes of the Dorm is about to get underway. On Thursday, Blizzard revealed the full field of 64 college teams, while also announcing the return of the Heroes of the Dorm Bracket Challenge.


March Madness may be winding down for college basketball, but for the esports world, the madness is just beginning. This year's Heroes of the Dorm is down to 64 teams, who will battle it out to determine the best college team for Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm. On Thursday, Blizzard revealed the field of 64, while also announcing the return of the Heroes of the Dorm Bracket Challenge.

Here's the full schedule going forward:

  • Round of 64 - March 28 & 29
  • Round of 32 - April 4 & 5
  • Round of 16 - April 11 & 12
  • Round of 8 - April 18 & 19
  • Heroic Four - May 12

Hosts Albert "Halorin" Hailey and Derek "Dunktrain" Arabian are here to reveal the full Round of 64 brackets, headed up by #1 overall seed UC Irvine. This full reveal can be all be seen in the Heroes of the Dorm 2018 Bracket Reveal Show below.

As for the Heroes of the Dorm Bracket Challenge, viewers are challenged to offer their Round of 64 predictions. Whoever finishes in first place will receive $10,000. Simply participating will award a Heroes of the Storm in-game spray from collegiate organization Tespa, while the top 500 brackets will earn a special in-game mount customized to match the colors of this year's National Champions.

If by some small chance someone is actually able to predict the outcome of all 63 matches, that perfect bracket will receive $1 million.

The Heroic Four will be held at the Blizzard Arena on Saturday, May 12. Tickets are available on the Heroes of the Dorm website.

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