October 15 Update! We’ve added the BlizzCon map, along with news that the Opening Ceremony will take place live on the Mythic, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, and Overwatch Arena stages.
Calling all heroes: It’s time to draft your BlizzCon battle plan—the BlizzCon 2018 map and schedule are here! Check out all the exciting developer panels, esports matches, and other events taking place during BlizzCon Opening Week from October 25–29 and at the main event on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3 (note that times in the schedule are displayed in local time).
Opening Ceremony Live on Multiple Stages!
As with last year, segments of the opening ceremony will take place on multiple stages, with live presenters on the Mythic stage (Hall D), World of Warcraft Esports stage (Hall C), Hearthstone Esports stage (North Hall, Level 1), and the Overwatch Arena (in the Arena). The entire 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.
When you purchase a BlizzCon 2018 Virtual Ticket, you’ll unlock access to live coverage of developer events and community content taking place on the Legendary, Mythic, and Epic stages. With this year’s BlizzCon All-Access Channel, you’ll also be able to keep up with all the big moments that take place during the show—and participate with live Q&A polls and voting for the Virtual Ticket cosplay award!
As always, you can catch Friday’s opening ceremony and all the tournament action on this year’s esports stages FREE here at BlizzCon.com.There’s also still a chance to get tickets to attend the esports competitions of BlizzCon Opening Week in person at the Blizzard Arena—check out the announcement for all the details, and head to the Blizzard Arena Los Angeles ticketing site to pick up tickets.
Head to BlizzCon.com/schedule to begin drafting your plan!