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Here’s what’s happening at this month’s digital BlizzConline

Later this month, Blizzard will be holding a special digital-only version of its long-running BlizzCon gaming convention (following the cancellation of last year’s in-person event as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic), and the developer has now shared preliminary details of the activities planned to run over its two-day duration.

This year’s BlizzConline, as Blizzard is determined to call it, is described as an “all-digital community celebration and exhibition of Blizzard games and universes” and will run from 19th-20th February. It’s a free event, and will be available to watch on the BlizzCon website, as well as various streaming platforms, including Twitch and YouTube.

Blizzard says it’ll be “celebrating some fun milestones, shining a spotlight on the epic things the Blizzard community has been up to, and sharing the latest Blizzard game news with everyone” across the event’s two day run-time, and has assembled a schedule of activities, gaming competitions, and pre-produced segments to do just that.

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Later this month, Blizzard will be holding a special digital-only version of its long-running BlizzCon gaming convention (following the cancellation of last year’s in-person event as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic), and the developer has now shared preliminary details of the activities planned to run over its two-day duration.

This year’s BlizzConline, as Blizzard is determined to call it, is described as an “all-digital community celebration and exhibition of Blizzard games and universes” and will run from 19th-20th February. It’s a free event, and will be available to watch on the BlizzCon website, as well as various streaming platforms, including Twitch and YouTube.

Blizzard says it’ll be “celebrating some fun milestones, shining a spotlight on the epic things the Blizzard community has been up to, and sharing the latest Blizzard game news with everyone” across the event’s two day run-time, and has assembled a schedule of activities, gaming competitions, and pre-produced segments to do just that.

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