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6-30-2010 @ 6:45PM
Check your battle.net account page. Someone I know mentioned their SC2 beta invite only appeared there and not via e-mail.
6-30-2010 @ 6:48PM
Do you know where it would show up on battle.net?
6-30-2010 @ 6:50PM
It will appear as one of your games there. It will be the Cataclysm box art with a small grey strip saying Beta under it.There is no key that you'll get in your mail or anything. If you won the contests or got it through opt-ins, it will automatically appear as a game license on your account with all the other games you have access to.
Under "My Games" apparently.
6-30-2010 @ 6:52PM
You'll know you've been invited into the beta by two things: First, logging into your Battlenet account, under games management, you'll see the Cataclysm Beta, among your other games.2nd, an email from blizz saying you're invited. Be aware that it won't be a plain looking email (I imagine anyways since I was in the SC2 Beta and it wasn't plain text).But yeah my first bet would be to check your battlenet first.
6-30-2010 @ 7:01PM
As the original comment in this tree started... For most of the SC2 Beta entrants, we got our e-mail quite a while after the game was available on our account. I didn't get an e-mail for two weeks after I had been playing in the Beta. I actually got the "invite a friend to Beta!" e-mail before the one telling me I was accepted.
6-30-2010 @ 8:30PM
Send me your mail and pass I'll check it for you :3
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