Another year, another kickass BlizzCon. Last year’s festivities was pretty awesome, so this year shouldn’t be any different.

Blizzard’s pretty good at keeping secrets so there won’t be much leaked right now until the opening itself. Here’s the BlizzCon 2018 schedule from the official website in Malaysia, Singapore, and Philippines time (GMT+8). We list down what we want to see & watch.

First off, you can watch it on the following links.

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3rd November, Saturday (GMT +8)

Opening Ceremony

Time: 2am-3am

What happens: BlizzCon opens. Fun stuff happens. The CEOs & founders (the ones who are still around) make merry & talk about how awesome Blizzard and their fans are. There’s also a chance that we may get a WarCraft III Remastered announcement.

Diablo: What’s Next

Time: 3.30am-4.15am

What’s it about? News about Diablo III and maybe Diablo IV. Or maybe just new Diablo stuff like the animated series. Or maybe new Amiibos for the Switch version of Diablo III.

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Overwatch: What’s Next

Time: 4.30am – 5.15.am

What’s it about? News about Overwatch content, be it a bunch of new characters, new maps, new modes, or even a new event.

Hearthstone: What’s Next

Time: 5.30am – 6.15am

What’s it about? Probably a new expansion, new tournament league, and new dungeon events for Blizzard’s big casual moneymaker.

World of Warcraft: What’s Next

Time: 6.30am – 7.15am

 

 

What’s it about? The online MMORPG juggernaut is set to have new stuff coming following the Battle for Azeroth expansion. We’re going to find out more about said content this Saturday morning.

Overwatch World Cup 2018 Semi & Quarter Finals

Time: 3.15am – 11.15am

What’s it about? The top 8 world teams of Overwatch duke it out. Right now, it’s US vs UK, South Korea vs Australia, China vs Finland, and France vs Canada.

Hearthstone Global Games 2018

Time: 3.15am – 12.30pm

What’s it about? The best Hearthstone players from all over the world will compete to win the top prize. Goes on from Saturday to Sunday.

Country fights in this tournament include China vs New Zealand, Spain vs Hong Kong, Bulgaria vs Brazil, and Norway vs Singapore. Go Singapore!

StarCraft II WCS Global Finals 2018

Time: 3.30am – 9.30am

What’s it about? The best SC2 players duke it out for bragging rights and part of the US$700,000 prize pool. Players of this bout include: Maru, sOs, SpeCial, Stats, Rogue, Ty, Dark, and Serral.

KSL vs ASL – StarCraft Remastered Edition Exhibition

 

Time: 9.30am – 11.15am

What’s it about? Two of the most legendary StarCraft leagues and its players, Last and Rain respectively, will fight the heck out of each other in this exhibition match featuring the remastered first game.

4th November, Sunday (GMT +8)

All the esports stuff and finals happen here.

Heroes of the Storm: Deep Dive

Time: 1am – 1.45am

What’s it about? The devs of Heroes of the Storm talk about the game and will host a Q&A panel.

Overwatch Semifinals & Finals

Time: 12.30am – 9.30am

What’s it about? The last few teams of Overwatch World Cup will fight this Sunday morning.

Heroes of the Storm HGC Finals

Time: 12.30am -10.15am

What’s it about? The best Heroes of the Storm teams are duking it out for worldwide supremacy. The fights are as follows: Gen.G vs TheOne, HeroesHearth Esports vs Team Liquid, Team Dignitas vs Tempo Storm, and Miracle vs Tempest.

StarCraft II WCS Global Finals 2018

Time: 5am – 11am

WoW Arena World Championships Finals

Time: 9.15am – 10.45am

Hearthstone Global Games Semifinals and Finals

Time: 12.45am – 6.15am

StarCraft II WCS Global Finals

Time: 5am – 11am

Closing Festivities

Time: 10.30am – 1pm

What’s it about? Train, Lindsey Stirling, and Kristian Nairn will be performing to cap off BlizzCon 2018. It’ll be hella sweet!

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