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Want to win tickets to BlizzCon?

Are you a World or Warcraft fan? Then how does a trip to Blizzard Entertainment’s legendary BlizzCon convention in Anaheim, California sound to you? That's what's on offer in the Official World of Warcraft Magazine's awesome subscription competition, which runs for two weeks from today.

New subscribers to Future’s World of Warcraft: Official Magazine who sign up before 30 September at the magazine's website will be automatically entered into a contest to win two tickets to the sold-out event, as well as hotel, meals and air travel (contest only open to residents of USA, Canada, UK, France and Spain – full conditions available online.)

Taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center on the weekend of 22-23 October 2010, BlizzCon is an annual celebration of the Warcraft, StarCraft and Diablo franchises and the global communities that surround them. For fans of World of Warcraft, BlizzCon is a unique opportunity to meet fellow players and the game developers in person, take part in casual and competitive tournaments, attend panels and more.

The quarterly World of Warcraft: Official Magazine accompanies the record-breaking massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). Published quarterly and available only by subscription, each collectable issue is packed with articles with insider insights and player perspectives.

The 148-page World of Warcraft: Official Magazine is published in English, French, German and Spanish and is advertising-free. The magazine costs £39.95 in the UK and 41.95 Euros across Europe.

To subscribe to World of Warcraft: Official Magazine and be automatically entered into the BlizzCon 2010 competition– please visit www.worldofwarcraftthemagazine.com

15 Sep, 2010

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