Share your Hearthstone games!

You don't need a new account—we use the secure Blizzard login.

All your replays in one place.

Try out our super slick Hearthstone replayer:

Joust: View your HSReplays
Match history

Share your craziest moments

Your games are live on the site as soon as they finish. Find your best play and easily link it to all your friends.

Monthly statistics

Analyze your gameplay

A clear game history, filterable per season, game type and more. Follow your progress to legend with wins and losses visible at a glance.

How it works

  • Step 1:

    Download Deck Tracker

    Hearthstone Deck Tracker runs while you're in Hearthstone.
    It will automatically upload your matches as you play them.

  • Step 2:

    Play Hearthstone

    Your full match history will always stay private.
    Share individual games with your friends and show off your craziest plays!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign in?
Click on the "Log in with Blizzard" button and we'll securely send you to Blizzard. This is an official feature, and HSReplay.net never gains access to your password.
Do I need to sign in?
Not at all! Just download Hearthstone Deck Tracker and use it to upload and share your replays. You may claim them later by clicking "Claim Account" in your deck tracker's settings.
How do I share a replay?
Simply send the link to your friends. You can also use the "Share" dialog on the replay page, where you can select on which turn the link should start the replay.
How do you know which cards the opponent was holding in his hand?
Once a card is played from hand we can deduce when that card was drawn, discovered or created in any other way.
How can I support what you're doing?
You can support HearthSim, the team behind Hearthstone Deck Tracker, HSReplay.net and other tools by subscribing to HearthSim Premium.
Where can I get the latest news about HSReplay.net?
Follow us @HSReplayNet, like our Facebook page and subscribe to /r/hsreplay.
I need help with the site, my replays, my subscription…
Shoot us an email, or message us on Twitter or Facebook.
I think found a bug!
Simply contact us or open an issue on GitHub.