But that’s not all Blizzard’s up to at the convention: In addition to our epic giveaway, you’ll also have a chance to purchase SDCC exclusives and other merchandise throughout the weekend. To prepare your loot list, check out the line-up of our San Diego Comic-Con exclusives and premiere items here.
We’ve also got our Blizzard Entertainment Showcase panel on Thursday, and Duncan Jones—director of Legendary Pictures’ upcoming Warcraft movie—will be at our booth signing autographs on Saturday. Check out all the details below.
Participating in #LootCrazy on the show floor is easy! Simply snap a picture at one of our partners’ booths with a Blizzard product, and share it on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) using the hashtag #LootCrazy.
During specific redemption hours, you can swing by our booth (Hall A, Booth 115) and show us your social media post. If the post qualifies, you’ll be given a prize at random (while supplies last).
#LootCrazy Redemption Schedule:
In our panel, we’ll be unveiling never-before-seen Blizzard products as well as hosting a Q&A with Blizzard game developers, writers, and designers. Make sure to line up early at room 6BCF.
Duncan Jones, director of Legendary Pictures’ upcoming Warcraft movie, will be at our booth signing autographs for 200 lucky attendees. In order to get a chance to be included in the signing, stop by our Blizzard booth at 11 a.m. on Saturday to receive a ticket to participate. These tickets are being given on a first-come, first-serve basis, so make sure to plan a stop at our booth early. But wait, there’s more! On Friday, during #LootCrazy redemption between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., we will be giving away one golden ticket as a prize. This rare treasure will grant the holder the chance to have a one-on-one chat with Duncan Jones!
Be sure to stop by and loot some epic merch—we look forward to seeing you there!
Whether you’re a spectator or a competitor, we’ve even more information to share with you on the World of Warcraft Arena Invitational Global World Championship taking place November 7 and 8 at BlizzCon 2014 in Anaheim, California.
Eight of the top 3v3 Arena teams from around the globe will compete for a chance to face off live for a share of $250,000 US dollars. Here’s the breakdown:
The WoW Arena Invitational Global Championship will be played in a best-of-seven format beginning within the Nagrand Arena with the losing team deciding the next map from the remaining pool of eligible maps. Each game will last until one team is eliminated, or until 15 minutes have elapsed.
In the end, only one team will claim the ultimate victory as World Champion and $120,000 USD.
If you’re a spectator, you’ll be able to catch all of the action live online even if you can’t make it to the show in person—stay tuned for more information.