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Tips for Watching BlizzCon Virtual Ticket

Tips for Watching BlizzCon Virtual Ticket

By November 5, 2015 Uncategorized No Comments
Make preparations at home with the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket!

Make preparations at home with the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket!

With BlizzCon tickets set for a limited quantity, Blizzard Entertainment has the Virtual Ticket that will give those at home a front row seat for the convention. Viewers will get comprehensive coverage for both days that includes panels, contests, interviews, ceremonies, as well as cool in-game goodies.

Fans can take the convention on the go using the free BlizzCon Guide mobile app. But here are a few tips to help make the most of the weekend.

  • BlizzCon panel times are set to Pacific Standard Time (-8:00 GMT). Either set a second clock for PST or install the BlizzCon Guide app as it will convert to your local time.
  • Keep in mind the 20-20 rule: spend 20 minutes looking away from the screen at something 20 feet ( 6 meters) away.
  • Follow the 5-2-1 rule just like BlizzCon attendees:
    • At least 5 hours of sleep in a bed, not at a computer chair/couch.
    • At least 2 meals a day.
    • At least 1 shower a day.
  • Watch the eSports, Opening Ceremony, and Closing Ceremony live.
  • Don’t try to see it all live! While it’s exciting to get it all right away, it isn’t worth losing sleep—especially for those overseas.
  • If you try to see it all at the same time, multi-tabs and duel-monitors will be your best friend.
  • Replays of the convention will be available for 2 weeks after the event.
  • Content will only be broadcast in English (there is no closed-caption option as of 11/5/15).
  • And remember, not everything stated at BlizzCon is the cold-hard truth. Things change between announcement to game launches.

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