Heroes of the Dorm is down to their Heroic Four, and it looks like final day of competition on April 26th will be a grand event. Held at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, CA, Heroes of the Storm has taken over both floors to give fans the full experience. From Heroes of the Storm demo stations, to a Blizzard developers meet and greet, to an airbrush tattoo station, the event promises to keep fans busy.

...oh, and four teams will be competing to win free college tuition!

The main event will kick off at 2:30pm Pacific time, when Arizona State and Boston College face off to see which team can move on to the finals. They'll be followed by Illinois Urbana-Champaign taking on Cal Berkeley, and the last two teams standing will clash in a huge best of 5 match at 6:30pm Pacific to crown the best collegiate Heroes of the Storm team!

The venue's not looking too shabby, either


Even if you can't be there in person, ESPN will be bringing a live broadcast of the event. They've got quite the lineup ready to bring fans all of the action, beginning with host Michele Morrow. The in-game action will be casted by big names, including Manuel “Grubby” Schenkhuizen, Sean “Day9” Plott, Dan “Artosis” Stemkoski, Nick “Tasteless” Plott, and Tim "Trikslyr" Frazier.


For all of the details, whether you'll be watching in person or online, check out Blizzard's official page!

To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our Heroes of the Storm Game Page.

Last Updated: Mar 14, 2016

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