Tickets for BlizzCon 2018 Go On Sale in May for November Show

Eloise Marshall
April 11, 2018

The company has announced BlizzCon 2018's dates: November 2-3 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

BlizzCon 2018 tickets will be going on sale this May, and fans of eSports are in for a real treat this year as Blizzard will be opening up its eSports-focused opening weeks for the first time. Tickets to the benefit dinner, which include BlizzCon admission, are limited in number and will go on sale Wednesday, May 16 at 7:00 p.m. PDT for $750 each. Anyone who misses the first round will get a second chance to buy tickets on Saturday, May 12 at 10AM PT. Tickets will run for $199 each and come with a BlizzCon goody bag containing items for various Blizzard games.

If you want to check everything out from home, the Virtual Ticket will once again be available, offering 24/7 streaming access to all the festivities. Starcraft will have its World Championship Series (WCS) finals, Overwatch with its World Cup, and Heroes of the Storm with its Global Championship as per usual. The final rounds of these three championships will all take place during BlizzCon itself.

Prospective BlizzCon attendees can make advance hotel reservations now and receive special BlizzCon rates by booking through the BlizzCon hotel website.

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Leading up to the 2nd and 3rd day of November, Blizzard will once again host their annual esports events from Blizzard Arena Los Angeles on October 25-29.

To keep up on the latest BlizzCon 2018 news, visit the official site at

BlizzCon 2017 held many exciting announcements like StarCraft II transitioning to free to play, a reveal for a new hero for Overwatch, and Hearthstone receiving a single player mode. Blizzard Entertainment's track record includes twenty-one #1 games* and multiple Game of the Year awards.

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