Blizzard wants you to invite a friend to join the StarCraft II beta test
Blizzard Entertainment has further expanded the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty multiplayer beta by sending additional keys which will allow beta participants to invite a friend to join the beta test.
Blizzard Entertainment has further expanded the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty multiplayer beta by sending additional keys which will allow beta participants to invite a friend to join the beta test. According to the Blizzards email:
Congratulations! This is an additional invitation to the beta test for Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for you to share with a friend! You are receiving this email because you are currently participating in the StarCraft II beta test, and we want to encourage you to test out some of the social features of the revamped Battle.net® online-gaming service by inviting one of your friends to play with you. This email contains your additional beta key for you to send to a friend, along with instructions to help your friend get started.
This key can only be used once to upgrade a Battle.net account to participate in the beta test, and while we encourage you to share this key with someone you know, it must not be traded or sold.
Once your friend has joined the beta test, be sure to add him or her as a Real ID friend by opening your friends list in the bottom-right corner of the Battle.net interface and selecting Add Friend. Enter your friend’s Battle.net email address in the Real ID Friend field that pops up, and then send your request. Once your friend accepts the request, you’ll be able to communicate more easily, quickly join parties together for some team-based 2v2 games, and more.
So what are you waiting for? Send this beta test invitation below to your lucky friend and start playing some exciting team games!
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