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TCG Championship

Posted by Keith Cross on Nov 26, 2007  | Comments

TCG Championship - World of Warcraft - MMORPG.com

Blizzard has announced details of the 2007 World of Warcraft Trading Card Game world championship, where players can win some nice prizes, and have the chance to meet WoW artists and developers.

The 2007 World of Warcraft Trading Card Game world championship gets underway on November 30 and runs through December 2, giving players the chance to walk away with a top prize of $100,000. The tournament will run alongside Darkmoon Faire San Diego, which features an array of events for players of the World of Warcraft TCG and MMORPG.

Tournaments will be taking place all weekend, and the prizes up for grabs include high-end laptops, iPods, and Loot cards, as well as beta keys for Wrath of the Lich King. Prove your skills in the TCG, or compete on the exclusive event realm in treasure hunts and Arena battles. Artists from Blizzard and the World of Warcraft TCG will be making appearances, meeting with players, and signing cards. If you’ve ever wanted to meet the makers of World of Warcraft, you can go head-to-head with Blizzard developers in Warsong Gulch or compete in a starter deck TCG event for the chance to sit down with them for dinner on Saturday.

Also, Blizzard will be hiring at the Upper Deck Entertainment World Wide Championship! For a complete listing of open positions, please visit our website www.blizzard.com/jobopp. Look for the Blizzard Entertainment booth. We look forward to meeting you in San Diego, CA.

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