Because professional gamers aren’t tired of MOBA-type games like DotA yet, Blizzard is fast finishing Heroes of the Storm.
Most international professional gaming championships are no longer Quake, Fifa or Mortal Kombat. Currently, the main interest is in games like Dota 2 or League of Legends. These are MOBA-type, and until now, Blizzard had no games targeting the same target.
Currently in the technical alpha stage, Heroes of the Storm is the first Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game created by the same people who made the Diablo, Starcraft and Warcraft series in the past. Although it is still being developed, because such a title must be based on player feedback, Blizzard is offering an alpha version of the game to a fairly large audience. In the first stage, it was only about gamers from the USA, but now the audience would expand.
In the near future, gamers from Europe, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand will be able to get their hands on Heroes of the Storm alpha. As a small detail, because this was not a priority, it is worth noting that players from China, Korea and Taiwan will have to get used to, at least for the time being, the English interface.
If you want to sign up, you need to log in to Battle.net with your username and password and go to the Beta Profile section. From there, select Heroes of the Storm, download a System Check tool, use it to upload your specifications to the Blizzard server, and wait a few days. If you have a more special configuration, chances are Blizzard will send you an email with an invitation.
A paid beta for Heroes of the Storm will be created in the future, but no details are known at this time. In addition, because they are in no hurry, Blizzard has not even announced an approximate date for the release of the final version of the game.