Tune In to the BlizzCon 2017 Pre-Show Livestream Event on September 13!
BlizzCon is just two months away, but we’re already gearing up to get the party started! Tune in to BlizzCon.com this Wednesday, September 13 at 12pm PT for a special livestream kickoff of the BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Ticket, featuring this year’s Virtual Ticket hosts: Michele Morrow, Alex Albrecht, and Malik Forté.
During the livestream, you’ll get a first look at some exciting changes we’re making to the Virtual Ticket this year—and as a bonus, we’ll be revealing the first of this year’s BlizzCon in-game goodies! We can’t wait for you to join us.
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MEET THE HOSTS
Meet your trio of tour guides who’ll be helping you navigate this year’s BlizzCon through the Virtual Ticket—starting with the pre-show livestream event this Wednesday!
Michele Morrow @michelemorrow
Returning for her fourth BlizzCon, Michele Morrow is a host, actor, producer, and prominent personality in the nerd world. Most recently, she and her friend Jesse Cox co-created Good Game, a six-episode YouTube Red Original series (produced by Dan Harmon) that follows a misfit esports team trying to compete against the biggest orgs on the scene. Michele also hosted a daily esports show for Bleacher Report and has worked for Nerdist, ESPN2, Geek & Sundry, Polaris, Sony, and more. You can also catch her as the voice of Alleria Windrunner in Hearthstone and talking about her love for World of Warcraft in Looking For Group and Unlocked: The World of Games Revealed.
Alex Albrecht @alexalbrecht
Joining us for his third year in a row, Alex Albrecht is an American television personality, actor, podcaster, and movie producer. Alex is known for co-hosting the The Screen Savers, an hour-long computer and technology variety show that aired on G4techTV, as well as the podcasts Diggnation and The Totally Rad Show on the Revision3 network. He is currently hosting the weekly podcast The Half Hour Happy Hour with Alison Haislip on the Nerdist network, and is working on an independent sci-fi feature "Last" as the first feature film produced and distributed by his new company Mystopia Entertainment.
Malik Forté @Malik4Play
If you don’t know Malik for his previous stints at Nerdist and Bleacher Report, you might have seen him reporting on the action during the recently wrapped Overwatch World Cup Group Stage, which took him on a tour around the globe in preparation for the finals at BlizzCon. Malik will be returning for a third year to share the Virtual Ticket desk with Michele and Alex—and he’ll have a lot to talk about thanks to his deeper involvement in esports over the last year.