Blizzard Entertainment Global Writing Contest Unveiled
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments
Blizzard Entertainment has announced its first global writing contest. Participants are asked to submit by April 12 a 3,000 to 10,000 word story set in company's the Warcraft, StarCraft, or Diablo universes. The grand prize winner will win a trip meet the Blizzard writing staff at Blizzard HQ in California, as well as a Frostmourne sword.
Blizzard Entertainment is proud to present its first global writing contest. If you enjoy the Blizzard Entertainment universes and have the drive to pen fantasy fiction in them, here’s your chance to shine.Visit the page linked below for more information about the contest.
Blizzard Creative Writing Contest
Whether you conjure stories in your free time or write for a living, you’re encouraged to participate. This contest is open to entrants from around the world, and will be judged by Blizzard Entertainment’s own writers and masters of lore.
To enter, submit a 3,000 to 10,000 word story written in English and set in the Warcraft, StarCraft, or Diablo universe by April 12 and earn your chance to visit the Blizzard Entertainment headquarters and meet the writers and staff behind the lore seen in the games and books.
See below for additional prizing details, or check out the official rules for more information.
Trip to Blizzard Entertainment headquarters in Southern California to meet and eat with the Blizzard writing staff, and a Frostmourne sword
Seven runners-up will receive prize packages consisting of signed copies of the Diablo Archive, Warcraft Archive, StarCraft Archive, and the Warcraft War of the Ancients Archive.
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