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World of Warcraft Arena teams will be going head-to-head this weekend in the World Championships to be held at the Shanghai Expo Mart in Shanghai, China. Over 10,000 fans are expected to see the event (including Starcraft championship matches) live with Blizzard making a six hour broadcast available to fans around the world.
Cohosted by Blizzard Entertainment and its local partner, NetEase, Inc., the Battle.net World Championship is the grand finale to Blizzard’s 2012 StarCraft II World Championship Series, featuring more than 30 national and continental tournaments, and the World of Warcraft Arena Global Finals. Over the course of these competitions, millions of eSports fans around the world watched more than 600 pro players face off for a chance to represent their home region on the world stage.
Find out more about the event on the Battlenet World Championship site.