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Play StarCraft II For Free

Wanted to get your hands on a copy of StarCraft II but turned off by its pricetag? Well, here is your chance to play the game at completely no charge. From 19-21 November, Blizzard is opening the StarCraft II SEA server gates to one and all. Anyone with a working PC and an internet connection will be able to play StarCraft II for three whole days.

Read on to view the media release from Blizzard Entertainment.

Blizzard Entertainment announced that there will be a free-play weekend for the Southeast Asian edition of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. From 00:00 on November 19 (GMT +8) to 23:59 on November 21, gamers throughout Southeast Asia will be able to experience StarCraft II’s award-winning single-player and multiplayer gameplay over Battle.net free of charge.

New players who would like to participate can create Battle.net accounts at https://sea.battle.net/account/creation/tos.html and activate StarCraft II on their accounts. Players with existing Battle.net accounts which do not have StarCraft II are also welcome to participate. Note that an internet connection is required to play or simply visit your nearest internet gaming room with StarCraft II installed.

The free-play weekend kicks off the availability of the recently announced StarCraft II prepaid game card options for players in Hong Kong/Macau, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. These game-time cards come in 3-day, 7-day, and 30-day increments and offer players flexible payment options to suit their preferences. Further details on StarCraft II, the different access options, and the upcoming free-play weekend can all be found at http://sea.battle.net/sc2/.

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