After cancelling BlizzCon 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Blizzard announced that it will hold an online-only version of the event on 19–20 February 2021.
"BlizzConline" (as Blizzard has dubbed it) will be live-streamed to YouTube and Twitch and will be available for free.
Blizzard will also be streaming the show to the official BlizzCon website, where you they said you can choose between six channels of content, covering your favourite games.
On both days, we have a variety of events and preproduced segments planned to bring some of the BlizzCon spirit into your homes. We’ll dive deeper into Blizzard’s games and universes with developers, host some fun gaming competitions featuring esports pros, and a whole lot more.
Day 1 will kick off at 2 p.m. PST on Friday, February 19, with an opening segment that includes a first look at some of the latest game content the development teams have been working on. Then for the next three-plus hours, you’ll have the option to tune in to one of the six different themed channels, so you can decide whether you want to sample a little bit of everything or dig deeper into the games you’re interested in most.
Day 2 will pick back up at 12 p.m. PST on Saturday, February 20, with multiple channels once again, until the fun wraps up at later that afternoon. Throughout this second day, we’ll be shining a spotlight on the global Blizzard community, including the winners and outstanding entries in the Community Showcase contests and exhibitions.
Blizzard is also celebrating its 30 year anniversary in February and has made three Celebration Collections with commemorative in-game "goodies" that you can buy from them.
Follow this link to see the three packages available. They start at 20 Euros and are priced up to 60 Euros.