BlizzCon 2014 began today at 11 am PST/2pm EST. If you aren't there live, you can still catch the tournaments at the official BlizzCon website, even if you don't have a virtual ticket.
Full virtual access to this year's edition of BlizzCon—including the panels, interviews, and closing ceremony—will cost you $40, and you can tune in at BlizzCon.com. Naturally, we'll be covering all the big news and announcements here as well, along with hands-on impressions of the games at the show. Here's what we have so far:
Overwatch first look: Blizzard takes on Team Fortress 2
Goblins vs Gnomes is Hearthstone's first expansion, available next month
Blizzard announces Overwatch, a new competitive FPS
Blizzard CEO on GamerGate: "They are tarnishing our reputations as gamers"
Heroes of the Storm closed beta begins in January
Blizzard reveals big changes coming to StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void
Goblins vs. Gnomes: 37 cards from the new Hearthstone expansion
Blizzard detail Hearthstone spectator mode and Goblins vs Gnomes pricing
Warcraft movie is: “Avatar and Lord Of The Rings at the same time”
Blizzard on representing women in games: “We build games for everybody”
The bright and bloody future of Diablo 3
Overwatch hands-on: Why Blizzard's FPS isn't just TF2 2
MMOs should "embrace their MMOness," says Blizzard
StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void BlizzCon 2014 interview