We are pleased to announce that this year, for the first time, all of our streaming tournament coverage for BlizzCon will be available in both high-resolution and low-resolution formats, and you can choose whichever fits your available bandwidth. The BlizzCon website will host one stream featuring StarCraft and Warcraft III events and another dedicated to World of Warcraft. As in previous years, all of this streaming tournament coverage will be provided free of charge. Be sure to tune in to find out which teams and players are the best in the world by visiting the BlizzCon site on August 21 and 22.
To clarify, the tournament coverage streams are free, but to watch panels, see new announcements as they are made, or receive the in-game pet, you will need to order the Pay Per View Internet stream.
Alienware is providing one more chance at a pair of tickets to BlizzCon 2009. Visit their site to register for a chance to win, and to check out their back-to-school specials on gaming hardware. No purchase is necessary to enter.
Be sure to check out the rules and conditions for details on the sweepstakes, and register before July 31.
The brackets for the Warcraft III and World of Warcraft Arena tournaments at BlizzCon are now live. These brackets show the starting matches and also provide some information about the contestants who will be competing in this year's BlizzCon tournaments. Each participant qualified based on their outstanding performance at their respective regional final. We will be updating these brackets during BlizzCon, so make sure to check back to see the latest tournament results and replays.
Please note that the StarCraft Invitational information will be updated as we near Blizzcon.
Check out the brackets here: Warcraft III, World of Warcraft Arena Tournament.