StarCraft, World of Warcraft, Diablo and Heroes of the Storm fans can catch all the action of BlizzCon 2015 from the comfort of their own homes.
BlizzCon takes place on November 6 and 7 in Anaheim, and as usual those who can’t make it to California can enjoy HD streams by purchasing a virtual ticket.
The ticket is priced at $40 or regional equivalent and enables access to two channels of content, including developer panels, interviews, community events hosted by Wil Wheaton and the closing ceremony.
That’s not a negligible amount of money, of course, but Blizzard suggests you get a bunch of mates together for viewing parties. The ticket also grants access to on-demand replays of all content, advance access to BlizzCon exclusive merchandise, and some in-game goodies which will be detailed at a later date.
In addition to the above, which is all pretty par for the course, Blizzard is this year introducing a goody bag. It goes for $35 or regional equivalent, plus shipping and taxes, and includes everything you’d receive as a meatspace BlizzCon attendee.
As for the tournaments: all eSports events will be streamed free to everyone, including the Global Finals for the 2015 StarCraft 2 World Championship Series, World of Warcraft Arena World Championship, Hearthstone World Championship and Heroes of the Storm World Championship.
Get on board or learn more on the BlizzCon website.