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BlizzCon WCS 2015 BarCraft London

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We’re thrilled to announce that the Gfinity Arena will host the official BlizzCon WCS 2015 BarCraft London viewing party.

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Enjoy two free days of BlizzCon action at the Gfinity Arena, as we bring the official BlizzCon experience to London!

BlizzCon is an epic celebration of Blizzard Entertainment's game universes and the global player communities that bring them to life. The ninth BlizzCon will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7, 2015.

Unable to attend the official BlizzCon venue? We’ve got you covered!

Our BlizzCon WCS 2015 BarCraft London viewing party will act as your best alternative, as we welcome the fantastic BlizzCon atmosphere into our very own Gfinity eSports Arena. Incorporated into the event there will be official giveaways, surprises, access to food and beverages and of course, the roar of a passionate crowd!

The BlizzCon WCS 2015 BarCraft London viewing party is scheduled to start at 6:30pm GMT on Friday, 6th November and will run until 1:00am GMT. The in-house broadcast will feature the BlizzCon opening ceremony and the initial matches of the StarCraft II WCS Global Round of 8.

Day two of the BlizzCon WCS 2015 BarCraft London viewing party will commence at 6:30pm GMT on Saturday, 7th November and will end at 7:00am GMT on Sunday, 8th November. The in-house broadcast will feature the StarCraft WCS Finals.

Tickets are available now and they are completely FREE!

We look forward to seeing you all at the Gfinity Arena and we’ll be sharing more event information in the coming days and weeks.

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