Fresh Viewing Options for Esports
The thrill of esports competition during Opening Week will once again set the stage for championship celebrations at BlizzCon in Anaheim, and watching every game of every match will be easier than ever in 2017. Fans can keep it locked to blizzcon.com and catch all of the esports action without buying the Virtual Ticket or head over to Twitch or MLG.tv to find a dedicated channel for your favorite esports event.
The Virtual Ticket is a great way to get all of the streamed content BlizzCon has to offer before, during, and after the big show. Esports fans will get an enhanced viewing experience, with no third-party commercials, while cheering for their favorite players and teams. The Virtual Ticket package includes the BlizzCon All Access Channel that will offer live updates throughout the event, including breaking news and exciting moments from the esports stages.
The schedule is set and Heroes Global Championship (HGC), StarCraft II (WCS), and the WoW Arena Championship esports events kickoff the festivities beginning with Opening Week. Those competitions will come to their epic, championship conclusions on a BlizzCon stage in Anaheim, along with exciting finales for the Overwatch World Cup and the Hearthstone Inn-vitational.
Esports competitions and available language streams* include:
Overwatch World Cup
|Toppa Esports Production||Cantonese|
WCS Global Finals – StarCraft II
|EmStarcraft||Polish (Oct 27 and 28 only)|
|CranK||Korean (Opening Week Only)|
|VIU Studio||Portuguese (LatAm)|
|Adrrich Gaming||Spanish (LatAm)|
|Afreeca TV||Korean (StarCraft Remastered)|
World of Warcraft Arena Championship
|Las Aventuras de Perle||Spanish (LatAm)|
HGC Finals - Heroes of the Storm
|Top Tier Spain||Spanish|
The menu of esports tournaments live streams is robust and covers the full seven days of events so you can enjoy Blizzard Esports at BlizzCon your way!
*Please note that not all language streams will be available at all times.