Facebook gamers can view Blizzard's broadcasts for at least 10 minutes for a chance to win in-stream prizes like merchandise or virtual event tickets

Social media platform Facebook and gaming and entertainment corporation Blizzard are teaming up to produce a livestream reward system to accompany its annual gaming convention, BlizzCon.

Beginning October 25 and continuing through BlizzCon's opening in early November, viewers of livestreams available via Facebook's Gaming Creator will have the chance to win several prizes, including discounts on a BlizzCon goody bag, event merchandise and even a virtual ticket to the event.

Winners are given a window of time during which they have to accept the prizes via the livestream chat feature. The prizes are awarded randomly and all users must be logged in and watching at least 10 minutes of one of the livestreams, which will continue through the beginning of the convention.

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Social media platform Facebook and gaming and entertainment corporation Blizzard are teaming up to produce a livestream reward system to accompany its annual gaming convention, BlizzCon.

Beginning October 25 and continuing through BlizzCon's opening in early November, viewers of livestreams available via Facebook's Gaming Creator will have the chance to win several prizes, including discounts on a BlizzCon goody bag, event merchandise and even a virtual ticket to the event.

Winners are given a window of time during which they have to accept the prizes via the livestream chat feature. The prizes are awarded randomly and all users must be logged in and watching at least 10 minutes of one of the livestreams, which will continue through the beginning of the convention.