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Game: Blizzard Celebrates StarCraft’s 20th Anniversary With Giveaways

As in true Blizzard fashion, they are celebrating StarCraft’s 20th anniversary, March 31st, with giveaways and fun. There is not only going to be in-game giveaways for just about all your favorite games, but they are also going to be doing an anniversary stream featuring some well-known StarCraft personalities on Twitch on March 30 and 31, along with a:

YouTube titled StarCraft is Life: A Celebration, featuring “StarCraft’s biggest fans” as they “look back on their favorite memories from the past 20 years.”

In-game giveaways to include:

  • StarCraft: Remastered — Log in to StarCraft: Remastered after March 6 to receive a commemorative 20th Anniversary UI Skin for StarCraft: Remastered.
  • StarCraft 2 — Log in to StarCraft 2 after March 6 to receive a special UI Skin for each race. Additionally, log in between March 6 and April 3 to receive a Portrait and Decal.
  • Diablo 3 — Log in to Diablo 3 after March 6 to receive Dominion’s Revenge, a fearsome Battlecruiser-themed Pet.
  • Overwatch — Log in to Overwatch between March 6 and April 3 to receive the Sarah Kerrigan Ghost skin for Widowmaker.
  • World of Warcraft — Between March 31 and April 6, /salute one of the following StarCraft-themed companion pets — Zergling, Grunty, Mini Thor, Baneling, or Zeradar — to receive the “Salute to StarCraft” Feat of Strength.
  • Heroes of the Storm — Log in to Heroes of the Storm between March 27 and April 7 to receive a 20th Anniversary Portrait for Protoss, Terran and Zerg.
  • Hearthstone — Play a StarCraft-inspired Tavern Brawl between March 21 and 25 to receive three Kobolds & Catacombs packs!

 

 

 

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