BlizzConline will take place this month on February 19-20 and Blizzard is offering Portfolio Reviews for all artists, animators, audio producers, and illustrators who sign up and get selected for this opportunity!
From the information given, it is not clear if the reviews will take place publicly on one of the streaming channels, or if it will be a closed session, most likely the latter. Regardless, this is definitely a great way for anyone who would like to secure a job, or a future partnership, with Blizzard. Go try your luck! Available job openings are listed on the sign-up page, with several positions for an Unannounced Project, what could that be?
Sign-ups last from January 28 to February 5, so don't waste any time! You need to have your portfolio ready when registering.
Calling all artists, animators, audio producers, and absolutely awesome illustrators—we want to see your creations at BlizzConline during our portfolio reviews!
While circumstances are keeping us from gathering in person this year, we’re excited to let you know that we’ll once again be offering portfolio reviews at BlizzConline, though this time they’ll be virtual. Space is limited, though, so if you’re interested in potentially securing a spot, sign up below! This is a fantastic opportunity to get professional feedback and talk shop about openings across our various art teams at Blizzard.
How It Works
- Let us know you’re interested by signing up at the link below. You’ll need to have a link to your portfolio ready. Sign-ups are open until February 5.
- If we’ve got an open spot for you, you’ll receive an email back the week of February 15 with details on how to join your review session.
- Join us in a Zoom room during BlizzConline (Feb. 19–20) to review your work. Talk shop, get feedback, ask questions, and geek out about Blizzard art with our recruiters and hiring managers.
We love seeing all of the amazing work you bring to the portfolio review booth each year, so we’re excited to continue that tradition in a digital format at BlizzConline!