Hearthstone player FroStee joins Legacy Esports

Legacy Esports would like to welcome Hearthstone player Dylan ‘FroStee’ O’Mallon to the Club.

It is the first time Legacy Esports has entered Hearthstone, with Head of Esports Tim Wendel saying “I’m excited to have been able to add another international level talent to the club. I look forward to seeing how FroStee goes in Grandmasters!”

O’Mallon is the only representative from Australia competing in the Asia-Pacific divison of the Hearthstone GrandMasters.

It is the premier league of Hearthstone, featuring the world’s best players and a $500,000 prize pool.

O’Mallon was chosen to represent Australia in the exclusive league based on a range of factors. He will now represent Legacy Esports on the world stage.

The league is broadcasted on Twitch every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.

“I’m happy to join Legacy Esports and look forward to the amazing possibilities that will come throughout the year”, O’Mallon said following the signing.

You can follow him on Twitter and check out his Twitch stream. Keep up to date with his results and everything Legacy Esports via our socials.

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