Blizzard has announced that as of today there is a method to exchange World of Warcraft gold for Battle.net balance.
In 2015, WoW Tokens were introduced, a legal method from Blizzard itself whereby in-game gold can be exchanged for playing time at the Auction House; each one equals 30 days of subscription. A WoW Token appears in the Auction House when a player buys it for real money (€ 20 in Europe) and puts it up for sale for WoW gold, although the gold you receive is defined by Blizzard itself using an algorithm. The value of the WoW Token depends on the supply and demand in each region of the game: the day it launched in Europe it cost 35,000 gold, but today it is around 160,000 and without any sign of going down. These guys discuss making gold on WOW https://usakarter.myshopify.com/blogs/wow/how-to-make-gold-in-wow-bfa-best-way-farming-making-on-world-of-warcraft
The news is that since yesterday, a WoW Token can be exchanged for Battle.net balance. In other words, we can buy company games like Starcraft 2 or currency from other games like Overwatch with the gold we have accumulated in World of Warcraft. A WoW Token is bought for € 20, as we said, but when changing a Token for Battle-net balance we get € 15.
The thing is not as easy as it is promised: in addition to the fact that the amount of gold required is very high, according to VG247 the demand for WoW Chips is currently very high and they are very difficult to find, so it is not enough simply to have the gold available.
The obsession with obtaining the best objects and weapons in the increasingly popular online mass role-playing video games (MMORPG) leads players to perform actions that often go beyond the virtual world and have repercussions in the real world.
The purchase and sale of virtual accessories on the internet, the theft of user accounts or the exchange of real money for virtual money and vice versa are more and more frequent.
Although sometimes the situation goes even further, as in the case of a player from the famous video game World of Warcraft who offered her body in exchange for 5,000 virtual gold coins, the money necessary to acquire an epic flying mount (a tap for tour the game world from the air at high speed) in The Burning Crusade expansion.
The girl, who in the video game is a level 70 druid night elf (the maximum), did not refuse to have sex with another woman and was willing to practice group sex and anal sex as long as the person who offered it had the desired 5,000 pieces of gold.
The young woman finally reached her goal and, as she says, in addition to getting the money she wanted, she has earned a special friend.
In addition, after his success, he took the opportunity to mock all the Internet users who spread his photo and his message on the Internet to criticize it, since now he will be able to kill them more easily in the game.
Weddings and funerals
In this type of video game, given its socialization component, emotional relationships often arise between players who sometimes end up in a wedding, both virtual and real.
Several funerals have also been held at World of Warcraft, the first of which was for a girl who passed away while playing the game.
The second, celebrated in honor of the father of one of the players, was boycotted by an enemy team that took the opportunity to massacre those attending the virtual ceremony.