WIN one of 10 Virtual Tickets to BlizzCon 2018!

BlizzCon 2018, the biggest event of the year for fans of Blizzard Entertainment, is now only a month away. There’s so much to see at a convention this huge — from announcements for Blizzard titles like Overwatch, World of Warcraft and Hearthstone, to the pulse-pounding finale of the Overwatch World Cup — that it’s become a yearly pilgrimage for superfans from around the world. But it’s also held in Anaheim, California! For Australian fans, that makes attending BlizzCon a bit of a challenge.

Worry not, friends. A BlizzCon 2018 Virtual Ticket will relieve you of your FOMO, and you’ll never have to leave the house. Better yet, we’ve got the low down on how you can snag one for yourself.

Virtual Ticket holders won’t miss a minute of the BlizzCon action — you’ll have access to every panel, every interview, every tournament, every community contest and every announcement live or on demand. What’s more, you’ll be ushered straight into the Blizzard All-Access Channel, packed with behind-the-scenes content, developer interviews and more.

You’ll get a bundle of exclusive, commemorative in-game loot, including the Sombra Demon Hunter Overwatch skin and a trove of further goodies from World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, StarCraft Remastered and Diablo III.

But the value of your BlizzCon Virtual Ticket still isn’t complete! Help shape a BlizzCon panel with other Virtual Ticket holders, and then see it come to life live on stage! Dive into the 2017 archives and relive the best moments from last year’s show!

These Virtual Tickets go for $69.95 AUD, but our buds at Blizzard ANZ have hooked us up with 10 to give away. To enter, tell us in 25 words or less what you’re most hype for at BlizzCon 2018! Overwatch announcements? Incredible cosplay? A new Diablo? It’s up to you.

The ten best and most creative entries will win a BlizzCon 2018 Virtual Ticket. Entries close October 9, 2018 at 5PM AEST. Winners will be contacted via email.

 

David Smith

David Smith is the games and technology editor at The AU Review. He has previously worked as a freelance games journalist and critic, appearing on PC World Australia. He tweets at @RhunWords and plays the odd game at twitch.tv/RhunWords when the internet works.