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BlizzCon is back on, returns this November


1:45 PM on 02.20.2013
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Rejoice, Blizzard fans! After taking a break in 2012, BlizzCon is back on this year, and taking place from November 8 to November 9 at the Anaheim Convention Center down in Anaheim, California. That's about all the real info we're getting for now, as more details will be announced as the show draws closer. At the very least, you can expect things like hands-on time with the latest Blizzard games, eSports stuff, panels, tournaments, contests, merchandise, and more.

We'll let you know when tickets will be going on sale, but until then you can try and book your hotels right now.

Last BlizzCon took place in October 2011, and saw the reveal of the Mists of Pandaria expansion for World of Warcraft, and the Foo Fighters perform at the closing concert.






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