Blizzard Entertainment announced 100,000 beta keys have been deployed to North American players to help stress test Diablo III beta servers and infrastructure.
DO NOT check emails to see if you got into Diablo III beta. Beware scammers and don’t click on links even if the sender email says Blizzard.com
In order to find out if you got Diablo III beta invite, login into your Battle.net account management page. If you see the Diablo III Beta icon, your account has been flagged to join, along with a link to download the installer.
We recently invited 100,000 more North American players to the Diablo III beta, so we recommend that those who have opted-in check their Battle.net accounts to see if they were chosen.
Please be aware that with this large wave of invites we expect there could be an increase in the number of phishing attempts. Some unscrupulous individuals send out falsified emails purporting to be from Blizzard, but are in fact meant to steal your login credentials. For more information on how to identify these emails please refer to our Battle.net Security site. One easy way to ensure your invite is legit is to avoid clicking on links in any invite emails you receive, and instead log in to your Battle.net account and see if you have a Diablo III beta license attached. If there’s no license you can be sure the email you received was not from Blizzard.
If you didn’t receive an invite, never fear! We’re going to continue to give away beta invites, so be on the lookout for promotions, contests, and giveaways on our properties as well as at your favorite fansites. We’ll have more information about these global giveaways as well as regional betas in the coming weeks.
Congratulations to those of you who recently got into the beta! Please don’t forget to use the Beta Feedback and Beta Bug Report forums (and the Technical Support forum if you run into trouble running the game), and for those who haven’t gotten in yet, we wish you the best of luck!
And the beat goes on…
And I did not get in 🙁 Sucks to be in Brazil I guess…
I played and bought every single game from blizzard since 1997 (thats almost 75% of my life! Wow…). I have and I’ve read over 20 books from all 3 franchises (almost every single one available). I subscribed that wow magazine (I guess I was the only one!) even if it always arrived almost 1 month later every time… I’m a wow subscriber since 2004 and I have today 3 wow accounts under my battle.net account.
And I’m still not in 🙁 !! Not fair!!
Well… I’ll just play the retail game (which I also already bought with the annual pass by the way ) 🙂
Blizzplanet gave me in the last 3 years more gifts than blizz ever in my life!
Swagdog gift card, SC2 Beta and Steelseries mousepad =)
Blizzplanet > Blizz.
Aww, thanks. Three prizes? Gee, share some of that luck, bro.
Not fair? You get Diablo III for free. 🙂
Furthermore, I have to say that this comparison is flawed extremely.
Blizzplanet is a (very good) fansite. From fans, for fans.
Blizzard is a huge gaming company, which create games for money. You don’t have automatically access to beta keys only because you did bought their games and/or other stuff in the past.
İts not fair im fro Turkey and İ really want a d3 beta license so that i can play it like a beast İ was at holiday when the beta was released and İ didnt want to go to holiday my father did plizzzz give me a license………..