BlizzCon 2019, the new edition of Blizzard's annual event in California, is scheduled for November 1 to 2, and tickets are already sold out. For many, this means that being present is not an option, so the solution might be following the event online, which may require the newly-revealed virtual ticket.
The virtual ticket will cost £34.99 (€39.99, $49.99 USD), and in addition to allowing you to follow the event over several devices - with options to see the various competitions, panels, and contests that are taking place simultaneously - it also brings a number of extras for all of the publisher's games, namely Heroes of the Storm, Overwatch, World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III, and Hearthstone. The ticket will also let you watch the closing ceremony, featuring a live concert, although this year's band hasn't been revealed yet.
If you don't want to spend money on the ticket, you can still watch some moments of the event without paying, such as the opening ceremony. Blizzard even promises to make more free content available this year than in previous years, although they haven't revealed what yet.
For more details on what is included in the BlizzCon's virtual ticket, click here, including all the in-game goodies you can get (which you can see below as well).
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