Everyone (well almost everyone) proved to be a man of their word as protestors have been seen flooding the gates outside Blizzcon dressed in ‘Winnie the Pooh’ costumes.
So I wonder what blizzard is going to do… Will we have another red shirt moment?
#BlizzCon2019 #BlizzardBoycott #Blizzcon pic.twitter.com/T1kK4xeai0 — ToxicMaleClips ✂️ (@toxicmaleclips) November 1, 2019.
People have been spotted using ‘Free Hong Kong’ placards outside, with ‘Free Hong Kong’ merchandise (including T-shirts) being sold outside.
Besides the official mask worn by the Hong Kong protestors, Overwatch hero Mei has joined the fold as a hero of the protests and a symbol of resistance.
There is a very passionate group of people handing out "Free Hong Kong" t-shirts by the entrance of #BlizzCon2019 pic.twitter.com/xi7L2H50zI — Zorine 'harli' Te (@Zorine) November 1, 2019.
Livestreams covering the protests outside Blizzcon with the tag line “Let’s raid Blizzcon, they can’t stop us all”. »