“I want to say for all the girls out there who have a dream for Esports competition, for glory, if you want to do it and you believe in yourself, you should just forget your gender and go for it,” she proclaimed after the match.
Besides crowning a new World Champion at BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard also announced Hearthstone’s next expansion, titled Descent of Dragons, which is set to conclude Hearthstone’s first-ever year-long story. Descent of Dragons launches on December 10, 2019 and includes 135 new cards as well as the “ability transform into Galakrond, the mightiest dragon in Warcraft history.”
Additionally, Blizzard also announced a new mode coming to Hearthstone titled Battlegrounds, which supports up to 8-players and includes 24 unique heroes. Hearthstone Battlegrounds enters open beta on November 12.
Wondering what else happened at BlizzCon 2019? Here’s everything that Blizzard announced during its press conference, including Diablo 4, Overwatch 2, and a new World of Warcraft expansion. Blizzard’s president J. Allen Brack also discussed the recent Hong Kong controversy, and protesters shared why they’re fighting for free speech on Blizzard’s biggest stage.