World of Warcraft - Beta Keys for Battle of Azeroth to be won

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The World of Warcraft Creators are giving away a total of 4000 beta accesses for the upcoming expansion until June 2nd Battle for Azeroth. So if you want to be among the first to explore the new country or to secure a knowledge advantage for the release, you should take part.

To participate, all you have to do is answer a small question on the official World of Warcraft site and enter your battle day. Should you win, your account will be activated for the beta directly by Blizzard. So do not fall for any phishing emails that request your account data. Hackers like to take advantage of such opportunities.

But you can simply check your account management to see whether the Battle for Azeroth is unlocked for you.

World of Warcraft - BoA Beta Sweepstakes

Followed by the official announcement. You can find the homepage for participation here.

The battle against the Legion has left the world in ruins - but the shattered trust between the Alliance and the Horde will be the hardest to restore. Answer the call and help forge the future of Azeroth by entering our beta raffle for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

Just fill up Saturday June 2nd fill out the official entry form and, with a little luck, win one of 4.000 Access to the Battle for Azeroth beta test. You can find more information about participation in the Conditions of participation (in English).

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