Win a trip to BlizzCon with Blizzard

What's your favourite memory from playing a Blizzard game? Think carefully because it could win you a trip overseas.

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The NASDAQ doesn't usually slow down for much, but to celebrate Blizzard Entertainment's 20th year of making video games, several screens at the New York Stock Exchange were swapped from numbers to a Starcraft II match between Blizzard cofounders Mike Morhaime and Frank Pearce. Suffice to say, Blizzard is taking its second decade birthday seriously. As part of the activities that Blizzard is holding to mark the event, the company is hosting a pretty snazzy competition that will reward fans for remembering the good times they've had playing Blizzard games over the years.

One lucky winner will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to BlizzCon in the US, a bundle of Razer, SteelSeries, and Creative Labs Warcraft-themed gaming accessories, a mug, action figures, and a poster. Sure you might not care too much about the poster, but a free trip to Blizzard's big show is sure to arouse interest among the loyalists.

Australians are eligible to enter, and to be in the running, all you need to do is create a short movie (under 100MB in size and no longer than three minutes long) showing off your favourite moment in a Blizzard game. Entries aren't restricted to gameplay footage, so live action or animations are perfectly acceptable.

For more information on how to win a trip to BlizzCon, be sure to check out the official competition page.

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