We know that Comic-Con is a very popular event that takes place in several parts of the world, although it is San Diego that is the most popular. The annoying thing for many comic book fans is they are just unable to attend the event – but help is on the way in May.
A new service will go online and is called San Diego Comic-Con HQ, which is basically a live stream for non-attendees. The service will get its soft launch on May 7th, and will be free for users at first.
However, once the Comic-Con HQ streaming service goes fully live in June, users will have to pay a subscription fee – although no pricing details have been shared at this moment.
The service is being launched in partnership with Lionsgate, and so you know that the service is backed by a reputable brand.
Similar service – If you think you have heard of something similar in the past, then you would be correct. This is because people unable to attend BlizzCon are sold virtual tickets, where fans can watch events online, and also receive some in-game goodies for parting with some cash as well.
Will you make use of Comic-Con HQ?