Blizzard Entertainment is one of the largest gaming companies in the world at the moment. Activision Blizzard, to be exact, has had an estimated revenue of almost 64 Billion USD in 2018, which only shows how the gaming industry in general has evolved over the years. Naturally, all the larger gaming companies have their own conventions. In this case, this is the legendary Blizzcon.
The first ever Blizzcon was held in 2005, on October 28th in Anaheim, California with approximate number of attendees at 8,000. The first Blizzcon was the one with the smallest attendance. Usually, Blizzard would announce their games at Blizzcon, but sometimes, it would happen on Gamescom or other similar gaming conventions.
In 2005, when Blizzard announced their first World of Warcraft expansion pack, The Burning Crusade, the players had the chance to try out the demo and play the two new races: The Blood Elves and Draenei.
In 2011, which was one of the best Blizzcons in my opinion, Blizzard Entertainment had revealed the new expansion, Mists of Pandaria.
Professional WoW Players at Blizzcon
Every year, Blizzard Entertainment holds an Arena Tournament at Blizzcon for the top teams of that season. Many of these professional players have dedicated a better part of their gaming career to World of Warcraft and their arena teams. I have even had the chance to talk to some of the professionals who played on stage at Blizzcon and are one of the boosters providing the WoW PVP Boosts at Battleboost.
Usually, these players would spend time practicing for the Arena Tournament by playing different classes while boosting other players.
I have even heard there were some of the more popular World of Warcraft boosters and account sellers attending the after-parties at Blizzcon. From what I have gathered, they have even spoken to some of the developers working on World of Warcraft about what they do (selling accounts and services), and the developers were cool about it.
So it seems to me that the game has evolved so much, that even the developers have embraced the existence of such service providers. Ever since World of Warcraft: Legion, the presence of WoW Powerleveling services and WoW Dungeon boosts is a normal thing in the WoW Community.
World of Warcraft Services
In my opinion, since even the developers are cool with the existence of account selling and service providing websites for World of Warcraft, I can’t see the reason why we wouldn’t take advantage of it, and use such services. For example, someone who doesn’t have the time to play the game regularly can just head on over to Battleboost and order a, say, WoW Mythic Carry for the newest raid and receive the items, the newest prestigious title and the awesome mount from the end boss.
Battleboost is the best website around for such services, since their players are professionals who, as I’ve already stated, have attended Blizzcon in Arena Tournaments. So, in my opinion, you can’t go wrong when choosing Battleboost.