How to watch BlizzConline: streams, dates, schedule, more

Alan Bernal

Blizzard’s second day of BlizzConline takes place on February 20, following a big day one with reveals for Diablo, Overwatch, World of Warcraft and more.

  • Diablo 2 remaster announced on day one
  • Lots of new information about Overwatch 2
  • Day 2 starts at 12PM PT on February 20

Due to the global health crisis, Blizzard is retooling how they want fans to participate in the company’s 30-year anniversary and will bring the entire presentation online for everyone to see for free.

Fans have more control about how they experience BlizzConline, as there are different channels to watch for specific games.

On day one, there was news about Diablo IV, and the first reveal of the Diablo 2 remaster. Overwatch fans got a lot of news about the sequel too – check out everything we learned about Overwatch 2 here.

BlizzConline 2021 dates

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Day 2 starts at 12PM PST on Saturday, February 20, with another four hours of coverage from start to finish.

A ton of panels and Q&A slots run at the same time and revolve around completely different titles, so be sure to decide what you want to watch live beforehand.

BlizzConline 2021 streams

You can follow all six of the BlizzConline streams right from the company’s own site, or on both Twitch and YouTube for people who want to experience the presentation with those communities.

BlizzCon 2021 YouTube stream


BlizzConline presentations times

All hands are on deck at Blizzard, who have produced live segments and pre-recorded footage centered around their many universes.

Day kicks off at 12PM PST / 3PM EST / 8PM GMT. On the Blizzard channel, you’ll see the WoW Q&A up first, and the Diablo and Hearthstone Q&A’s are on their channel respectively.

On the Overwatch channel, things kick off with Overwatch League action, in SF Shock vs The World.

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February 20th’s BlizzConline schedule.

Blizzard’s 30th Anniversary

Alongside the BlizzConline festivities, the studio is also celebrating three decades of play. While there could be extra reveals or content to highlight the mark, there’s going to be plenty of reason to celebrate with the Celebration Collection bundles.

These have little to do with the actual BlizzConline presentation, but will give players a ton of rewards across multiple Blizzard games.

The Celebration Collection: Essentials Pack costs $20 USD with the Heroic tier costing about $40, and the Epic Pack priced at $60.

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There’s going to be something for everyone during the BlizzConline celebration.

The Celebration Collection: Essentials Pack includes

  • Moon-Touched Netherwhelp pet for World of Warcraft
  • Tracer-exclusive OSV-03 Rogue mount with Tracer Hero in Heroes of the Storm
    30th Anniversary Overwatch® player icon and spray (coming soon)* plus 5 Loot Boxes
  • A set of StarCraft® II and StarCraft: Remastered portraits commemorating three decades of Blizzard (coming soon)*
  • 10 Madness at the Darkmoon Faire™ card packs for Hearthstone
  • A pet and portrait for Diablo® III (coming soon)*

The Heroic Pack contains everything in the Essentials Pack plus

  • Snowstorm mount for World of Warcraft
  • Raynhardt (legendary) in Overwatch (coming soon)*
  • Random Madness at the Darkmoon Faire Legendary card in Hearthstone
  • Diablo III wings (coming soon)*

The Epic Pack goes the extra mile with

  • 30 days of World of Warcraft game time
  • 5 Golden Madness at the Darkmoon Faire card packs in Hearthstone
  • 3 Golden Loot Boxes for Overwatch
  • Diablo III Helm Transmog Items (coming soon) *

These bundles are going to be available all the way through September 15, 2021, so you have plenty of time to decide which price point to buy into.

Whether you’re a casual or die-hard Blizzard fan, there’s plenty to look forward to with the BlizzConline event starting February 19.

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Alan is a former staff writer for Dexerto based in Southern California who covered esports, internet culture, and the broader games/streaming industry. He is a CSUF Alum with a B.A. in Journalism. He's reported on sports medicine, emerging technology, and local community issues. Got a tip or want to talk?