India’s largest esports and gaming company, Nodwin Gaming and video game developer and publisher Blizzard Entertainment, a division of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), announced their partnership to bring digital distribution for Blizzard to the Indian gaming audience.
The partnership with NODWIN Gaming will enable topping up your Blizzard® Balance and then use it on available Blizzard Shop products, via purchases of digital balance cards offered in Indian Rupees that are GST compliant. The distribution of the services will take place through E-commerce platforms including Amazon, Digistore, Flipkart and Novaplay.
[blockquote footer=”Akshat Rathee, NODWIN Gaming’s Co-founder and Managing Director”]NODWIN was founded by two guys and their immense love for StarCraft, the iconic Blizzard game. We believe in the phenomenal lore of the Blizzard universe and that gamers should always have easy access to all Blizzard products in India. NODWIN has always stood for making gaming more accessible and this is hopefully the first of many steps to bring Blizzard closer to the Indian gaming community.[/blockquote]
The Blizzard® Balance will be offered in set denominations of ₹360 (5 USD), ₹720 (10 USD), ₹1800 (25 USD), ₹3600 (50 USD) and ₹7200 (100 USD), which will translate to ₹425, ₹850, ₹2124, ₹4248 and ₹8496 respectively on the application of 18% GST. The Blizzard Balance will allow the users to make purchases or send digital games and in-game items through the Battle.net® Desktop app and the Blizzard Shop website for all Activision Blizzard digital products. This would include World of Warcraft®, Hearthstone®, Overwatch®, the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® franchises, and the multi-franchise Heroes of the Storm® on top of partner titles on Battle.net® such as Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 and other products including BattleTag change, BlizzCon Virtual Tickets and much more.