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Reminder: Free live stream of the BlizzCon opening ceremony, e-sports

Adam Koebel, @bendakwow
November 8, 2013
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BlizzCon is upon us! If you haven't purchased a BlizzCon Virtual Ticket, you will still be able to watch the opening ceremony for free by visiting BlizzCon.com. It all starts Friday at 11 a.m. PDT (2 p.m. EDT). E-sport events including the StarCraft II WCS Global Finals, World of Warcraft Arena Global Invitational, and Hearthstone Innkeeper's Invitational will also be free to stream all weekend.

The Virtual Ticket gives you access to all of the developer panels and the closing ceremonies spread out over Friday and Saturday, as well as some in-game goodies and VODs for all of the events. If you're at work or otherwise unable to watch the live stream, we've got your covered here at WoW Insider with live blogs of the opening ceremony and all the World of Warcraft panels.



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