World of Warcraft Arena World Championship Being Held at BlizzCon 2015
Blizzard has announced brand new World of Warcraft Arena Championship for BlizzCon 2015. Online qualifiers will be held soon but first for America, Europe, and China. On the other hand, qualifiers for Taiwan and Korea will be held later this year.
All participants will fight for a spot in the finals where they get the chance to win $250,000. According to a post on us.Battle.net:
If you’re a World of Warcraft Arena competitor, now’s the time to polish up your rotation and gather your group so you too can compete for a chance to secure a spot in the big battle—and win your share of an epic prize pool of $250,000 USD.
Online qualifiers will be held for North America (which will include Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand), Europe, China, and Korea/Taiwan in the near future.
If you are a spectator, you can witness all the action via a live stream during the events. However, more details are yet to be revealed about streaming platforms.
In related news, Blizzard is planning to sue Lilith Games over copyright violations. According to the company, Lilith used some of the assets from World of Warcraft for their game called DOTA Legends. On the other hands Lilith is also suing uCool over the same issue, claiming DOTA Legends was cloned by this developer.
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