BlizzCon 2010 was announced on March 25, 2010 and took place at the Anaheim Convention Center on October 22-23, 2010. There were more than 27,000 people who attended.
fifth and final class revealed: Demon hunter. Diablo III
BlizzCon 2010 Event Schedule
Discussion panels with Blizzard Entertainment developers
Hands-on play time with upcoming Blizzard Entertainment games
Defense of Orgrimmar Community contests with great prizes
Live community chats
$150.00 USD per ticket (up from
BlizzCon 2009, +$25.00 USD) $39.95 USD per
virtual ticket Sold in two batches:
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 at 7:00pm Pacific Time (California) (Sold out in ~30 minutes)
Saturday, June 5th, 2010 at 10:00am Pacific Time (California) (Sold out in ~30 minutes) Clarification was given to the purchase window, with Mike Morhaime giving the statistic of a thirty (30) second window in which a person had to have pressed the "Purchase" button to acquire tickets.
BlizzCon badge that grants access to BlizzCon
Deathy, the malformed Murloc that looks a bit like Deathwing
StarCraft II Grunty portrait icon Dethling maquette figure from
Sideshow Collectibles BlizzCon themed
Authenticator Many other contests and pamphlets for vendors
SteelSeries (Key for chest)
Brady Games (Quest bookmark)
Cryptozoic ($5 USD Class Decks)
DirectTV is covering BlizzCon via a Pay-Per-View event, and offers a streaming internet video of the same feed.