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11-13-2009 @ 3:37PM
I would love to see it held in Vegas. I am sick of Left Coast being the Blizz-Con home. Vegas is not exactly East Coast, but it's closer and better than any previous venue.
11-13-2009 @ 3:47PM
Las Vegas really isn't much closer in terms of travel time for people traveling longer distances.I would probably guess the story that it was a screw up was true. There's not a lot of reason for Blizzcon to move at this time.
11-13-2009 @ 3:59PM
Hah. Vegas is a cartoon of itself from the 70s. What a hole.I'd rather Blizzcon be held in Colorado. Or Ohio. Somewhere with, you know, real people.
11-13-2009 @ 4:37PM
I still think it will be in LA. Blizz headquarters is in Anaheim and they use a lot of their staff during the event. It would be extremely costly for them to run the even in Vegas, and for that reason alone I still believe it will be held in their backyard at the Anaheim convention center.
11-13-2009 @ 4:55PM
Actually Blizzard Headquarters is in Irvine, not Anaheim. I too would rather have blizz con stay in California, Las Vegas is, in my opion, kind of low class for Blizzard.
11-14-2009 @ 4:09AM
It's not much closer, but it's much much easier and more tourist-friendly. A flight to Vegas is cheap, lots more hotel rooms so they're cheap, and there's something else to do there so I could bring a friend or my brother or something.
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