BlizzCon 2017 Tickets Now Sold Out; Additional Details Here
Blizzard Entertainment put their tickets for BlizzCon 2017 on sale last April 5 at 7 PM ET. Surprisingly, these tickets were sold out almost that instant. The report said that the tickets became unavailable five minutes after Blizzard put it on sale.
Although, this event is not rare for those fans familiar with buying the BlizzCon tickets. It appears that the demand for BlizzCon's attendance is increasing while the venue's capacity remains the same. If there's one positive to look forward to this year, it is that buyers have one last opportunity to grab these tickets.
According to Game Rant, Blizzard decided to split up the ticket sales for this year's BlizzCon in two different events. The first was on April 5 and the second one will be today at 10 AM PT. For those who still want to buy a BlizzCon ticket, make sure to go online and refresh the site as early as possible. Similar to the other ones, these tickets are expected to be gone within minutes. It is noted that there will be no other chance to purchase a BlizzCon ticket if fans missed today's event.
On the other hand, Blizzard will be making these tickets available once again via Virtual Ticket, if players are not able to secure one. If it is similar from last year, these virtual tickets are expected to offer live streams of every major panel, reveal, event and competition held during BlizzCon. Although the vibe might be different between watching at home and physically attending, it is a preferable option for any Blizzard fan than missing out the event entirely.
As for this year's BlizzCon, fans should expect eSports tournament such as the return of Overwatch World Cup. The company might also reveal some of their new games in development. Additionally, they should expect big announcements, which remain a mystery as to date.
BlizzCon 2017 will run from Nov. 3 to Nov. 4, 2017. The tickets will cost at $199 if they are still available on the website.
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