Blizzard Entertainment is bringing back its big annual convention, BlizzCon, to Anaheim, CA this November. Read on to learn about when you can get your tickets.

The Warcraft, StarCraft and Diablo gurus of Blizzard Entertainment is bringing BlizzCon 2015 to the Anaheim Convention Center on Nov. 6 and Nov. 7. BlizzCon is Blizzard's big celebration of all of its created franchises and various global communities that follow each series. You also get a variety of goodies for attending, such as exclusive BlizzCon figures you can't get anywhere else, along with a variety of in-game goodies for attending or just watching the BlizzCon Internet PPV.

Here's what's happening at BlizzCon 2015:

  • Hands-on play time with the latest versions of Blizzard Entertainment games
  • Global Finals for Blizzard eSports, including the StarCraft® II World Championship Series and Hearthstone® World Championship
  • In-depth discussion panels with Blizzard game developers and artists
  • Community contests with great prizes
  • Commemorative merchandise based on Blizzard’s game universes
  • More activities and attractions to be announced

“There’s no better way to connect with the ever-expanding Blizzard community than by bringing everyone together at BlizzCon,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment. “With more games in development than ever before, we’ll have plenty of exciting updates to share and lots of great eSports competition to look forward to — we can’t wait to see everyone there.”

Tickets for BlizzCon 2015 will cost $199 a pop and will go on sale in two batches, on April 15 and April 18. BlizzCon tickets always sell out instantly, so everyone trying to log on during these days will enter a queue to buy them in the order they get in line.

From personal experience and as a longtime Blizzard fan, I had the time of my life when I attended BlizzCon 2013. Nothing beats going into a bar, greeting a complete stranger with "For the Horde!" and having that person buy you a drink just for loving Orgrimmar. On top of that, Disneyland is a few blocks away from the convention. I also had my first In-N-Out Burger during my BlizzCon 2013 trip, which was worth the cost of the whole trip alone.  I'd like to add that the food carts that were in front of the Anaheim Center had some of the best grub I ever had in my life. Do it. Do it for the food.