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It doesn't matter if you're attending BlizzCon 2017 in person or watching from home, you can now download the free BlizzCon Mobile app for Android and iOS. The app makes an ideal companion if you're planning to watch BlizzCon on the go.

Virtual Ticket holders get really cool in-game rewards in all Blizzard games! You can check them out here. More details about the Virtual Ticket 2017 can be found on the official website.

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Whether you’re heading to Anaheim for BlizzCon 2017 or joining us with the Virtual Ticket, be sure to download the FREE BlizzCon Mobile app, available now for Android  and iOS devices.

BlizzCon Mobile is a fast and easy way to help you make the most of your BlizzCon experience with streaming events and videos, a complete interactive events schedule, hall maps, plus live streams, archived videos, and results from all BlizzCon’s thrilling esports matches.

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With BlizzCon Mobile, you can:

Watch Wherever and Whenever

Step right into BlizzCon with the new and improved Watch tab—explore videos and live streams by your favorite game or event type, and unlock all four stages of game and community content with the Virtual Ticket. You can also read news, shop, and craft your schedule without pausing your stream—and if you want to relive some epic moments or watch something you might have missed from another stage, peruse the archives during and after the show for on-demand viewing.

The Watch tab has been reworked this year to feature a variety of live segments streaming simultaneously from the show.

Plan Your Day

Review BlizzCon event details and save them to your personal calendar to make sure you catch them on time. You can sort your schedule by franchise or stage and select favorites. If you’re logged in, your events will sync with the BlizzCon website.

Tune In to All the Esports Action

Worried about missing a moment of the excitement of the tournaments at BlizzCon and during Opening Week? You can now use the BlizzCon Mobile app to keep up with your favorite esports matchups—view brackets, or check out a feed of live and archived events at BlizzCon!

Level Up Your Shopping

With Blink Shopping, anyone attending BlizzCon in person can place orders online before or during the show and pick up your purchases at the Blizzard Gear Store on-site Thursday through Saturday. Instant updates will let you know up-to-date wait times for both Blink Shopping pickup and the regular line, plus notify you of any sold out items. Shop early, shop quickly, and get back to the show!

Chart Your Path

Zoom in on the exhibit hall floor with the BlizzCon map and quickly find an event, meet up with friends, or just figure out where you’d like to go next.

Stay Informed

Receive instant updates and the latest news from the official BlizzCon news feed. With live streams and video archive access to the free and Virtual Ticket streams, you’ll be able to bask in more than 60 hours  of gaming entertainment, all delivered directly to your device. Miss an event or want to relive an epic moment? You can access these videos and event recordings on-demand.

BlizzCon 2017 officially begins on Friday, November 3, but make sure to download the new BlizzCon Mobile app in time for opening week, beginning October 26, so you can watch the first esports events and other exciting pre-show content!

Click here to download on iOS

Click here to download on Android

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15 hours ago, Suoson said:

-armory

-legion app

-bnet app

-blizzcon app

-authenticator

gesus! D:

I now have a folder purely for Blizzard apps :p

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On 10/27/2017 at 4:42 PM, Suoson said:

What else can we do :P

Next year we'll need a new phone just for Blizzard apps :p

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