Hearthstone's Ranked Play is obviously important to a lot of players, as it determines where they stand in the leaderboards and how they can qualify for certain competitions, but there seems to be a bit of an issue with the progression for the March season roll, as Blizzard has recognised on Hearthstone's website.
"We are aware of an issue with Ranked Play progression for the March 2018 season roll. While we investigate, we have temporarily disabled Ranked Play mode in regions where the March season has begun, which currently includes Asia, China, and Europe. We will continue to update this thread as more information becomes available," they initially wrote.
A later post added: "To address the current issues with Ranked Play progression for the March 2018 season roll, we will also temporarily disable Ranked Play for the Americas region at 11:59 PM PST tonight. We will continue to update this thread with additional information regarding this issue. Thank you for your patience."
The latest post had this to say: "We have identified the cause of the issues with Ranked Play progression, and are working on a resolution. While we continue to work on this, Ranked Play will be in extended maintenance. We will continue to update this thread with information as it becomes available."
It seems then that we're without Ranked Play for the time being, but be sure to keep an eye on this thread for updates on the maintenance and how it's going. Have you been missing Ranked Play?
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