Every Blizzard Entertainment fan is counting down to November 7-8th for BlizzCon. Those who did not manage to snag one of the tickets to go to the convention in Anaheim, California can now order their Virtual Tickets. You won’t even have to put on pants to see all your favorite developers and franchise news!
The BlizzCon Virtual Ticket will give fans access online HD live coverage during the two day event at the Anaheim Convention Center. Get access to all panels on the Main and Panel stages as well as amazing in-depth interviews at the News Desk.
Can’t watch it live? Fear not! BlizzCon 2014 will be available as a DVR both on the BlizzCon site and with DirectTV. Catch all the action from the opening ceremonies, the latest news, to the contests, and the closing ceremony. Please note that the Virtual Ticket will only be available in English language before you buy.
You can order the Virtual Ticket directly through the Battle.net Shop. Be sure to make your purchase on the Battle.net account you wish to use to watch the show, receive the in-game goodies, and access the merchandise sale. Also make sure you have a valid, updated payment method associated with your Battle.net account. If you do not yet have a Battle.net account, you can create one for free on the Battle.net website.
Also by purchasing the Virtual Ticket, viewers will get exclusive in-game goodies. This includes all franchises (World of Warcraft, Diablo, StarCraft, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm). What is coming will certainly be announced as we quickly approach November and BlizzCon 2014.
In addition to in-game goodies, BlizzCon and Virtual Ticket holders will get early access to a limited-time online BlizzCon merchandise sale from October 17th through November 11th. These commemorative items will be available on the show floor while supplies last. These items will later be available in a public sale as well, if you don’t wish to be a Ticket holder. More information on BlizzCon commemorative merchandise will be available in the coming weeks.
Last year provided a new change to the contests for BlizzCon 2013 and those changes are still present for 2014. Witness the amazing creative force of the Blizzard Entertainment community during the Talent Contest and Costume Contest, showcasing the Movie Contest and Art Contest between acts during Friday, November 7th.
Even if you don’t purchase the Virtual Ticket, eSports viewers will still get to catch the big plays during the StarCraft III World Championship Series Global Finals, World of Warcraft Arena World Championship, Hearthstone World Championship, and Heroes of the Storm exhibition matches. Catch them over at BlizzCon in HD for free!
For more information on the Virtual Ticket, check out the Virtual Ticket page or read the FAQ tab.
And a lot of big changes to BlizzCon were already shared during a Twitter AMA from Jay Mohr. We knew that Chris Hardwick, “overlord” of Nerdist, would be the Master of Ceremonies host like Mohr before him, but other names have been revealed by the Nerdist site itself! This will be a full take over as News Desk co-hosts as well.
Accepting the News Desk is the hopeful Dark Lady herself, Michele Morrow; and along side her is Geoff Keighley. The News Desk co-hosts will provide exclusive one-on-one interviews with various Blizzard Entertainment designers, artists, producers, and more.
This will certainly bring new life between panels for Virtual Ticket holders.
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