The Battle.net World Championship kicks off at 03:00 CET this Saturday, November 17, and you can catch all the action live, FREE, and in HD over at www.battle.net/bwc.
Shanghai taxis are better than a cup of coffee – or ten. My morning cab races through downtown streets over painted lines that mean nothing here, passing just inches from cars and pedestrians, and honking for both excellent and seemingly no-good reasons every few seconds. You just have to put your head down and hope for the best, and that act of blocking the world out and praying the next second won’t be your last is exactly what the World of Warcraft Arena and StarCraft II players will be feeling every moment they’re on-stage this weekend.
Day Two of the Battle.net World Championship starts with a bang as two of China’s top raiding guilds, Stars and Supreme Quicksand face off in an exhibition live raid to clear Mogu’shan Vaults with the fastest time. Tune in to the live stream on November 18 at 02:30 CET to witness the competition.
Curse Network fan site Arena Junkies managed to catch Evil Genuises Shadow Priest extraordinaire Talbadar for a little one on one interview about the upcoming event, plans for world domination, and the chance to become the World of Warcraft Arena Global Champions.
Now that you’ve learned a little more about the Battle.net World Championship and the great World of Warcraft events that will be occurring, it’s time to introduce you to the teams that will be competing in the World Championship World of Warcraft Arena Global Finals.
We’re just two weeks away from some truly amazing eSports action at the Battle.net World Championship in Shanghai, China — Do you know what you need to know?
StarCraft II isn’t the only game at the Battle.net World Championship (BWC), taking place on Saturday, November 17 and Sunday, November 18 in Shanghai, China. Some of the best World of Warcraft players from around the world will also be sharing the spotlight in events that include a live raid encounter featuring the Stars and Supreme Quicksand raiding guilds, Challenge Mode dungeon races, and an epic Arena championship.
The Battle.net World Championship taking place in Shanghai this November will be the culmination of more than 30 StarCraft II World Championship Series tournaments around the world.
The eight best arena teams in Europe recently battled it out in the 2012 European World of Warcraft Invitational at gamescom in Cologne, Germany. But only six of the 24 players are headed to Shanghai, China for the Battle.net World Championship!