Watch BlizzCon Esports Your Way

With their triumphs at Opening Week, top esports competitors have served notice that they're ready to go for glory at BlizzCon! Their best is still to come, so, in partnership with Twitch and, we’re offering new ways to stream live championship events for Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Overwatch, StarCraft II, and World of Warcraft.

As top players lock in for the final push at BlizzCon, you can enjoy world-class esports on, Twitch, and All BlizzCon esports streams are free, presented in high definition, and available on your favorite device, so you can catch Opening Week esports anywhere.

And we do mean anywhere... with a healthy wireless connection. Available on iOS and Android, the BlizzCon 2016 Guide mobile app is built to take care of your mobile esports needs, with planning, notification, and live stream-viewing tools all in one handy app.

Over two days at BlizzCon, World of Warcraft Arena Championship and Heroes of the Storm Fall Championship viewers on Twitch will be treated to special viewer rewards, while Overwatch World Cup viewers on can check out up-to-the-minute match statistics with the Enhanced Viewing Experience (EVE).

If you want to watch BlizzCon esports in a language other than English, Twitch has you covered with options that will vary depending on the game. Use the tables below to find your favorite game and your preferred language stream to get the most out of Opening Week.

For more information on the players, teams, prizes, and casters at BlizzCon, check out

English Language Streams for All Esports

The Hearthstone World Championship features $1,000,000 in total prize money and 16 of the best players from around the world.

German: *Lifecoach
French: Millenium
French: Gamers Origin
Italian: GamingArena
Russian: Starladder
Polish: BlackFireIce
Spanish (EUR): OGSeries
Spanish (LATAM): Audiox
Romanian: RDU
Portuguese (LATAM): Comarox
Mandarin (TW): Hong Kong Esports
Cantonese (TW): Hong Kong Esports
Korean: Inven
Thai: *INI3
Japanese: Twitch TV Japan

The Heroes of the Storm Fall Championship brings together 12 of the best teams from every region for a shot at a $1,000,000 prize pool.

German: KnowMe
French: Millenium
Italian: Merlo
Russian: HappyZerg
Polish: Rivid
Spanish (EUR): Sarly21
Spanish (LATAM): Aulox
Portuguese (LATAM): NomadTV
Korean: Inven
Thai: ArMzi

The World Championship Series Global Finals will award $200,000 to the champion that emerges from the field of 16 qualified players.

German: TakeTV
French: O’Gaming
Russian: Alex007
Swedish: VikingTV
Polish: Zedd
Polish: IndyStarCraft
Polish: Emil Wieczorek
Dutch: DutchStarCraftLeague
Spanish (EUR): *StronGer
Spanish (LATAM): RTM
Portuguese (LATAM): Sefirofe
Chinese (TW): Hong Kong Esports
Korean (KR): ContentsBox

The Overwatch World Cup assembles national teams from all over the world to decide 2016 international bragging rights once and for all.

German: Cirouss
French: O’Gaming
Italian: Merlo
Russian: Starladder
Swedish: *STHLM e-sport
Spanish (EUR): OGSeries
Finnish: Wabbit
Spanish (LATAM): SolidCaster
Portuguese (LATAM): petarNetoTV
Mandarin (TW): TeSL
Korean: ContentsBox
Japanese: Twitch TV Japan
Thai: The Dreamcasters

The World of Warcraft Arena World Championship features eight top teams playing for a share of the $250,000 prize pool.

German: TakeTV
German: TakeTV (2)
Italian: *
Russian: Gothiques
Spanish (EUR): DarksoulEVO
Spanish (LATAM): Aldrah
Portuguese (LATAM): NandaWoW and PvPGirls
Korean: Inven

Stay tuned, as we’ll have additional stream information when esports action moves to the BlizzCon stage in Anaheim.

*These streams will only be broadcasting finals during BlizzCon