Asus ROG, Nvidia, and Corsair will be giving away tickets for BlizzCon 2018
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BlizzCon 2018 is scheduled to take this place this November where Blizzard is expected to announce a host of new projects and updates including a potential new entry to the Diablo series. For what is essentially an E3 for Blizzard-only games, the event is notorious for being sold out very quickly every year.
Several OEMs will be capitalizing on the event by offering free tickets to some lucky followers. As sponsors for BlizzConn, users who follow Corsair on Twitter, Asus ROG on Instagram, or Nvidia GeForce on Twitter will get a chance to win at least one free ticket to BlizzCon 2018. Users may follow all three individual companies for three separate chances at an elusive ticket.
Users who follow Corsair will receive more details next week via Twitter on how to apply.
Users who follow Nvidia GeForce on Twitter will receive more details on the contest starting in October. Unlike Corsair or Asus ROG, however, Nvidia will only be giving out virtual tickets (worth $49.99) for users to watch the official BlizzCon 2018 stream at home.
Users who follow Asus ROG can win two tickets and an all-expense-paid trip to Irvine, California. To apply, users can cosplay as a Blizzard character and submit the video or photo on Instagram with the tags #ROG2BLIZZCON, @rog.n.america on Facebook, @ASUSUSA on Twitter, and @rog_na. Blizzard Artwork and game clips are also accepted as entries. The rules are certainly more involved than usual albeit for a bigger reward.