Blizzard Reveals BlizzCon 2019 Schedule; Schedule, Map, Free App Available Now
Blizzard has posted its BlizzCon 2019 preview, including the event’s schedule, map, and mobile application.
Kicking off next week, fans are now able to scout the upcoming developer panels, tournaments, and other events through the BlizzCon 2019 Map and App. The BlizzCon 2019 Schedule can be viewed here and the Map can be found here. According to the map, Blizzard will have demo stands for Warcraft: Orcs and Humans, Warcraft 2 and the upcoming Warcraft III Reforged.
The free mobile app is available as of today for both Android and iOS and allows users to watch live streams directly, explore the Map, shop and plan their trip with a schedule.
Returning this year it the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket and the free live streams.
Free BlizzCon 2019 Live Streams
Opening Ceremony, Esports, and Select Panels
This year, everyone’s invited to watch the BlizzCon opening ceremony, all of the BlizzCon esports tournaments, and select developer panels—including the first four panels on the Mythic Stage immediately following the opening ceremony—completely free on BlizzCon.com and in the BlizzCon Mobile App.
Tune in early for a special BlizzCon pre-show at 10:30 a.m. PDT on Friday, and get ready for the opening ceremony live at 11 a.m. PDT. As with the last couple of years, segments of the opening ceremony will take place on multiple stages, with live presenters on the Mythic Stage (Hall D), World of Warcraft Tournament Stage (Hall C), and Hearthstone Tournament Stage (Hall B). The opening ceremony will be simulcast on screens throughout the convention center as well, so you’re sure to find a great seat wherever you are.
BlizzCon 2019 Virtual Ticket
If you want to get the most out of your BlizzCon home-viewing experience, you’ll need to pick up the BlizzCon 2019 Virtual Ticket, which comes with two full days of All-Access Channel content; complete coverage of all of the developer panels on the Mythic, Legendary, and Epic stages; the Community Night contests on Friday; and the live closing festivities on Saturday—plus a legendary cache of commemorative in-game extras. Check out the Virtual Ticket to get a closer look at this year’s loot.
BlizzCon takes place in the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim and runs from October 31st till November 3rd.