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(Photo : Youtube/ Kalamazi) BlizzCon 2021 gaming event online

The BlizzCon 2021 will make the annual gaming convention free and it is now virtual. This means that every Blizzard fan across the globe can get the latest updates on "Hearthstone," "Overwatch 2," "World of Warcraft," "Diablo" and other classic titles as soon as they start.

In order to make sure that you don't miss a second of the festivities happening between February 19 and February 20. The two-day gaming even has a line of stream link that you will need in order to tune in to specific panels.

BlizzCon schedule and start time

BlizzCon 2021 will run from Feb. 19 5 p.m. EST through Feb. 20 7:30 p.m. The streamers won't be active throughout that entire schedule, but that is the basic event window that fans of the event should be aware of.

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The first day, Feb. 19 will start at 5 p.m. and it will end at around 8:50 p.m. The games "World of Warcraft," "Hearthstone," "Diablo," StarCraft," and "Overwatch."

The second day, Feb. 20 will start at 3 p.m. and it will end at around 7:30 p.m. The event will begin with the "World of Warcraft" Q&A, "Diablo" Q&A, "Hearthstone" Q&A, In-Game User-Generated Content Showcase, Virtual March of the Murlocs, and Community Showcase.

What to expect from BlizzCon 2021

In the days before BlizzCon 2021 there has been lots of rumor about the big announcements that fans can expect to see over the next few days.

The most noteworthy leaks about the BlizzCon 2021 is from Twitter user Kaiser499 who claims to have an itinerary of all the major BlizzCon announcements that are coming over in the next few days.

The lineup includes the "World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic," "Diablo II Resurrected, "Hearthstone" expansion, a release date for "Diablo: Immortal," a "Warcraft" pet battle game and other mobile projects. It also includes new heroes, maps and lore sneak peak for "Overwatch 2," a new class and arena reveal for "Diablo IV."

Beyond these general details, it appears that Blizzard has run a tight ship in the past few years when it comes to concealing major reveals.

Where to watch BlizzCon 2021

The event will run from Feb. 19 to Feb. 20 across numerous virtual streaming platforms. Given that a lot of the start times in these types of panels overlap, participants will need to navigate through different stream link to see everything that they want to see.

Most of the panels are on the stream channels of their designated game, so participants can head there to start.

The stream venues that participants can use are the BlizzCon website, Blizzard on Twitch and YouTube, "Warcraft" on Twitch and YouTube, "Hearthstone" on Twitch and YouTube, "Diablo" on Twitch and YouTube, "StarCraft" on Twitch and YouTube, "Overwatch League" on Twitch and YouTube and "StarCraft Esports" on YouTube.

BlizzCon is a gaming even that is usually held at Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Last year, the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and since the cases are still surging, the event will be held virtually this year and in the future until further notice.

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