Mihai "languagehacker" Dragalin - Hearthstone Player


Name:
Mihai Dragalin
Date of Birth:
<unknown>
Canada
Canada
World Ranking:
#1322
Country Ranking:
#46

Total Prize Money Earned:
$102,887.50 From 6 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
languagehacker




Mihai "languagehacker" Dragalin is a Canadian Hearthstone player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
2019$52,212.50450.75%|$400.0010.39%|$51,812.50350.36%
2018$50,000.00148.60%|$0.0000.00%|$50,000.00148.60%
2017$675.0010.66%|$0.0000.00%|$675.0010.66%

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Hearthstone$102,887.506100.00%|$400.0010.39%|$102,487.50599.61%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Canadian National Team$312.5010.30%|$0.0000.00%|$312.5010.30%
Lazarus$50,000.00148.60%|$0.0000.00%|$50,000.00148.60%
<independent>$52,575.00451.10%|$400.0010.39%|$52,175.00350.71%


Highest Prize Money Won

1.2018-10-141st» HCT 2018/19 - Season 2$50,000.00Hearthstone
2.2019-04-285th-8th» Hearthstone World Championship 2019$50,000.00Hearthstone
3.2019-06-168 Wins» Masters Tour 2019 Las Vegas$1,500.00Hearthstone
4.2017-04-309th-16th» DreamHack Austin 2017 (Hearthstone)$675.00Hearthstone
5.2019-08-278thTeam-based Tournament » Twitch Rivals: Hearthstone Team Arena Challenge$400.00Hearthstone
6.2019-12-2217th-24thTeam-based Tournament » Hearthstone Global Games 2019$312.50Hearthstone

Top Placements

Champion
Runner-up
3rd/Semis
1 Tournament
0 Tournaments
0 Tournaments


Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

languagehacker is currently ranked #1322 in highest overall earnings, and #46 in highest earnings for players from Canada.


Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

Out of the 6 tournaments where languagehacker received a cash prize, the largest was $50,000.00 from Hearthstone World Championship 2019 on April 28, 2019. His 5th-8th place finish makes up 48.60% of his total prize money won.


$100,000 Milestone

On April 28, 2019, languagehacker reached $100,000 in total prize money won with a $50,000.00 cash prize from his 5th-8th place finish at Hearthstone World Championship 2019. Prize money from 3 tournaments got him to that point.



References


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.