Blizzcon Virtual Ticket
We’ve been wondering when we’d find out about the fate of BlizzCon 2020: Now Blizzard has announced the con is canceled
Update: Blizzard has officially announced that BlizzCon 2020 is canceled, though we may see a virtual event of some kind early next year.
BlizzCon 2018 has three closing bands: Train, Lindsey Stirling, and — HOLD THE DOOR — it’s Kristian Nairn
BlizzCon has a long history of big name musical acts playing at the Anaheim Convention Center.
If you can't make it to the annual convention, Blizzard is making it easier to host your own BlizzCon party at home.
Game Director Ion Hazzikostas and Executive Produce J. Allen Brack dropped a surprise BlizzCon 2018 announcement today: The World of Warcraft Classic demo will not only be playable at the con’s demo stations, but Virtual Ticket holders will be able to play at home at the same time!
It looks like Blizzard wasn't quite done when they announced the rest of this year's in-game goodies.
BlizzCon is creeping up on us (less than a month away!) and we're now getting the rest of the BlizzCon in-game goodies as a treat.
This year's official BlizzCon schedule was released yesterday and now we've got an idea of what to (mostly) expect.
BlizzCon is still more than a month away, but that just means we're getting hyped.
The first set of pre-show video episodes leading up to BlizzCon have gone up for this week and they seem to have a little bit for everyone.
The Goody Bag for this year's BlizzCon was previewed earlier this week, and now you can pre-purchase it.