Arena and the Mythic Dungeon International will share the stage in Anaheim.
You can help support World of Warcraft esports by purchasing two new in-game toys!
The launch of the Mythic Dungeon International, Arena returns, and we heard you like toys.
Last year was huge for WoW esports, with the introduction of the Mythic Dungeon Invitational (MDI), the WoW Arena Championship tournament matches throughout the year, and a tense and exciting championship match at BlizzCon. We’re proud of all we have achieved, but we won’t rest on our laurels: we are hard at work gearing up for 2018—with more teams, more talent, and more epic battles that will have us all on the edge of our seats.
Did you miss the 2018 WoW Esports live stream? Don’t worry. We have your six with the VoD inside.
The thrill of esports competition during Opening Week will once again set the stage for championship celebrations at BlizzCon in Anaheim, and watching every game of every match will be easier than ever in 2017. Fans can keep it locked to blizzcon.com and catch all of the esports action without buying the Virtual Ticket or head over to Twitch to find a dedicated channel for your favorite esports championship.
The new WoW esports site is dedicated to the people and players who live and breathe esports, like us. The information you’ll see there focuses entirely on competitive tournaments, talented teams and their stories, live events and recaps, video and streaming content, as well as leaderboards, announcements and more.
Splyce becomes the first team to win back-to-back World Championships at BlizzCon.
After an action-packed first day of BlizzCon competition, the finalists gear up for an exciting NA vs EU showdown.
After a thrilling Opening Week, we're one step closer to crowning esports champions! You won't want to miss a minute of the action, so in partnership with Twitch and MLG.tv, we’re offering new ways to stream live championship events.
WHaaazz of NG Blue is out to prove he's the best rogue in the world, and so far his performances don't leave much room for doubt.
Do you think you have what it takes to work for Blizzard Entertainment? We’re looking for passionate and engaging people to join our Community and eSports teams at our European office in Versailles, France.
You definitely won’t want to miss the exciting eSports activities that await you at the Blizzard booth at gamescom 2012. You’ll be able to watch StarCraft II show matches every public day of the event, as well as live World of Warcraft raids with top international guilds, and the 2012 European World of Warcraft Invitational!
We’re pleased to announce that the Global Battle.net Invitational and GSL October Final are both set to take place, live, during BlizzCon on Friday 21 and 22 October, 2011. Top competitors from all over the world will take to the stage in front of a sold-out crowd and put their skills to the test for a combined prize pool of nearly $300,000.