BlizzCon 2019: Here's What We Know About This Year's Event
|BlizzCon 2019: Here's What We Know About This Year's Event|
World of Warcraft, Overwatch and Starcraft II fans rejoice. Blizzard has announced details for BlizzCon 2019, which is set for Nov. 1-2. This year's event will also highlight the 2019 Overwatch World Cup.
BlizzCon 2019 will occur at the Anaheim Convention Center in California, and Blizzard is selling tickets in two waves: one on May 4 and the other on May 8. As per the declaration, the amusement engineer will host a lot of events amid the show, including designer panels, eSports competitions, and the BlizzCon Pregame Festivities, which will happen outside the inside the day preceding the show. In a statement, the organization said more data about the show will be accessible in the coming weeks.
"BlizzCon has served as a home far from home for the Blizzard people group, a spot where online friends can get together, all things considered, and new friendships are shaped," Blizzard Entertainment President J. Allen Brack said in a news release. "We're anticipating inviting everybody to the show this year, reconnecting, celebrating, and sharing some of our latest developments."
With regards to eSports for BlizzCon 2019, there's a great deal to anticipate, including the Overwatch World Cup, the Hearthstone Global Finals, the worldwide finals for the StarCraft II World Championship Series, the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship Finals, and the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International.
Overwatch World Cup
This year marks the fourth yearly Overwatch World Cup, and teams representing several countries will contend. Under the new competition structure, the whole challenge will be finished inside seven days in Anaheim and broadcast far and wide. The World Cup's primer Group Stage is scheduled for Nov. 1, and six teams will progress to a single-disposal playoff. More data can be found on the Overwatch League website.
Three separate passes for BlizzCon 2019
This year's BlizzCon tickets accompanied three passes: the general BlizzCon Pass, which costs $229; the BlizzCon Portal Pass for $550; and the BlizzCon Benefit Dinner, which will cost $750, with proceeds setting off to Children's Hospital of Orange County. Interested Blizzard fans can get their tickets in the first wave on May 4 starting at 10 a.m. Pacific, while the second wave starts on May 8 at 7 p.m. Pacific. You can purchase tickets on AXS.
At present, Overwatch players are finishing the Archives event, which comes with a ton of PvE substance and accessories like skins, emotes, icons and that's only the tip of the iceberg. Interestingly, this year's event also comes with a strange yet amusing Junkrat bug. While Blizzard works on another escort map for Havana, it announced another custom mode called Workshop. The new model will come a long time before Blizzcon 2019, yet it is sufficiently promising to turn into the most loved amusement mode because players will almost certainly make their very own rules.