The 2016 World of Warcraft Arena World Championship is about to kick off—and for teams across North America, the battle begins in just a few weeks.
The 2016 World of Warcraft Arena World Championship will soon be getting underway!
Once again, the top World of Warcraft 3v3 Arena teams from around the globe will compete for a chance to face off in the WoW Arena World Championship. This year’s action-packed showdown will culminate at BlizzCon 2016 on November 4-5 in Anaheim, California.
This week, we turn the spotlight around and point it toward the folks standing behind the action: the ones usually holding cameras and trying to not be seen.
This week, we’re shining the spotlight on Elliott “Venruki” Venczel.
A new season of Arena and Battleground conflict and rewards has started.
Who do you think will win the WoW Arena World Championship?
September is here, and summertime is coming to an end. This month is chock-full of festivities, celebrations, and heated PvP action as we draw closer to BlizzCon. Here’s a peek at some of the fun you can have!
Eight of North America’s best 3v3 Arena teams will clash this Sunday, October 5, at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
After many grueling bouts in the Arenas and Battlegrounds, the time has nearly come to see who will reign supreme in this action-packed PvP season. Prepare to fight your last battles, and remember—to the victors go the spoils!
Sign up now for the Online Qualifiers for the North American World of Warcraft Arena Tournament.
Do you have what it takes to compete on the big stage in the WoW Arena World Championship at BlizzCon 2014? We’ve got all of the North American Arena Tournament information you need to set you on your path to global domination.
Eight 3v3 WoW Arena teams have been chosen to go head to head in PVP-Live’s second invitational event occurring live on PVP-Live.com/Armageddon as well as through their partner Twitch channel Saturday, May 24 and Sunday, May 25, 2014 beginning at 11:00 a.m. PDT each day.
Warlords of Draenor will introduce tons of new features and updates to improve and expand upon many aspects of World of Warcraft, including the PvP experience. We gave you a first look at some of our PvP plans at BlizzCon, and as with any development process, plans can sometimes change as they—well—develop. We’d like to share a few of those changes with you today.
The second day of the BlizzCon 2013 World of Warcraft Arena Global Invitational has come to an end with a frenzy of truly exciting gameplay! After multiple heart-pounding displays of PvP prowess, one team rose above the rest to claim victory.
With sharpened blades and well-honed spells, the time to strike has come! Season 14 has begun, and the leaders of the Horde and the Alliance are once again looking for new champions to carry their factions’ banners to victory!
We’re holding PvP testing events on the Patch 5.4 PTR, and you’re invited!
Big changes are coming to World of Warcraft’s Arenas that will make participating more convenient and competitive than ever before, and some of those changes may begin appearing on the PTR very soon.
The Battle.net World Championship taking place in Shanghai this November will be the culmination of more than 30 StarCraft II World Championship Series tournaments around the world. Several StarCraft II national champions as well as other top players from various global regions will compete to determine one global champion. With the North America Finals just finished this past weekend, and two more continental finals on their way (Europe and Asia), we’re pleased to present the official Battle.net World Championship mini-site.
Arena and Rated Battleground Season 10 will have ended as of November 29.
PvP Season 10 has officially begun, and players can once again take to the Arenas and Rated Battlegrounds to compete for the new Ruthless Gladiator PvP sets!
Arena and Rated Battleground Season 9 is scheduled to end as early as June 28. At that point we will determine who is eligible for the end-of-season rewards, a process that should take approximately one week.
Are you ready to watch your favorite StarCraft II and World of Warcraft players fight for fame and fortune? Blizzard Entertainment is pleased to announce the 2011 North American Battle.net Invitational.
In order to best accommodate players under the unique play style of Rated Battlegrounds, we’ll be offering all-new PvP ground mounts -- the Vicious War Wolf (Horde) or Vicious War Steed (Alliance) -- in a unique way. If you want to sit your knickers on these sweet new rides come patch 4.2, Rage of the Firelands, you must earn achievements for winning either 75, 150, or 300 Rated Battlegrounds.
The Arena Pass is alive and kicking, with participants outfitting their brand spankin’ new level-85 characters with whatever gear they choose and fighting against hungry opponents with experimental team compositions in preparation for the real battles yet to come.