Games Tab

Games tab shows all games played during this session separated in groups: Arena (date), Ranked, Brawl, Solo and Friend.
You can see the name of your opponent by hovering the mouse over the hero enemy icon on a specific game. The coins indicates if you had the first turn
or the second one
This is an example of games tab after playing 4 solo games and 1 ranked:

Arena Stats

Your arena stats will be stored locally in "AT dir/Arena Stats" divided in 2-month periods, so they will be always shown no matter if they are from a previous session.
Use the period combo box to change the 2-month period of arenas to show.
They use the same timing as leaderboards. This combo box won't appear if you have only played arenas in the current 2-month period.
If you finish a game on Hearthstone while showing a previous 2-month period, AT will automatically swap to the current period so the game is inserted in the correct place.
Patreon users will see the deck average score for each of your arenas. After every arena match, AT will also show the deck average score of your opponent, taken from their played cards.

Edit your arenas

You can add, remove or edit any field on your arenas in case you played any game/arena without AT opened.
Will add a new arena below your latest one, with the current date. The confirmation prompt message is default to OK, so you can create multiple arenas quickly with click - enter.

To edit any of the 4 fields of an arena just double-click on it:

  • To edit a date you need to use your local format. AT will also accept the format "day month", "1 2" would be the 1st of february. The date of the current arena cannot be changed.
  • To edit the class you need to write its name in english, only the first 4 letters are needed, "pala" would be paladin.
  • To edit wins/losses just type the number.
While editing, you can use tab/shift-tab to move through the fields/arenas and mass editting more quickly.
While editing, tab/shift-tab/enter will save your changes, escape will cancel them.

Once you select an arena, 2 new options will appear at the top:

Will remove the selected arena. The confirmation prompt message is default to Cancel.
(Only Patreon) Will change the region/account of that arena. Specifying this, will let AT calculate your best 30 arenas per region, keep reading to learn more about this.
Keep in mind AT doesn't know in which region you are playing. You need to track the region color of your runs manually. Any new arena created will follow the same region of the last one.
The color of the arena row indicates the region that arena belongs to. If an arena is incomplete, win and lost fields will be gray, no matter the arena region.
To clear the selection, move the mouse to the left or right, outside of the games tab window.

Advanced Arena Stats - Only Patreon

Will show some extra arena stats:
The following stats are calculated from completed arenas (non-gray win/lost fields), an arena needs 3 losses or 12 wins to be considered.

Class winrates

For every class, AT will show:
  1. 1.
    Winrate percentage.
  2. 2.
    Win average per run.
  3. 3.
    Number of runs.
  4. 4.
    Total wins.
  5. 5.
    Total losses.

Best 30 runs for the leaderboard

In Hearthstone there's a leaderboard released by Blizzard every 2 months (example), showing the 200 best arena players in that region. To participate, you need to complete at least 30 runs in the 2-month period. If you play more than 30, the best 30 consecutive arenas you play will be considered.
AT will track your arenas and show the stats of the best 30 consecutives runs on any of your regions:
  1. 1.
    Region, each one is linked to a color, you can rename them by double-clicking.
  2. 2.
    Win average of the 30 runs. It will be your score in the leaderboard.
  3. 3.
    Number of runs in this region. You need 30 to hit the leaderboard.
  4. 4.
    Start run of the best 30 consecutives considered by AT.
  5. 5.
    End run of the best 30 consecutives considered by AT.
If there are several 30 runs segments that reach the same maximum, AT will choose the most recent one to show, as this has more chances to be improved in your next runs.