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After announcing that it was moving away from the Battle.net branding last September, Blizzard Entertainment has once again renamed its online gaming network. The name sounds familiar, for the most part: It’s now called Blizzard Battle.net.

“When we announced that we’d be transitioning away from the Battle.net name for our online-gaming service, we suspected that the shift would be challenging,” the company wrote on its website. “We understood that Battle.net stood for something special — it represents years of shared history and enjoyment, community and friendship, for all of us and our players.”

Blizzard caused a slight stir when it dropped Battle.net in favor of a more generic name: Blizzard, or the Blizzard app. But that name change became more confusing this past spring, when Activision announced that it would bring Destiny 2 to the service. The publisher referred to it not as the Blizzard app, but as Battle.net once more — leaving some to think that Blizzard had gone back to the original name.

That wasn’t the case then, but it is now.

“Moving forward, to help offset some of the original concerns we listed back in September, we will be connecting ‘Blizzard’ to ‘Battle.net’ in our logo for the service and in general when we refer to it in print: Blizzard Battle.net,” the company said. There’s even a new logo to officially ring in the change, seen above.

We’re going to guess that most people will still call the service Battle.net, but at least Blizzard won’t tell you you’re totally wrong for doing so, going forward.

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Why does battle net show my real name?

Why does battle net show my real name?

The people that are showing up with their real names in the battle.net desktop app are these older friends whom I set up real-ID friends with years ago. Interestingly, when you click the social list on the desktop app, which brings up the separate smaller window, these people are showing the battle tag names.

How do I turn on Real ID on Battlenet?

In order to enable it, you need to check the Enable Real ID box. Setting up parental controls: Go to the appropriate battle.net site for your region….If you are using Real ID, there are a few things you should know:

  1. Check your Pending tab.
  2. Add Real ID friends by typing in their Battle.net email addresses.

Can Blizzard accounts have the same name?

Your BattleTag is unique, so you don’t have to worry about other gamers having the same name. Blizzard allows you to change this tag once for free. After that, you’re charged a change fee, which is currently $10 per BattleTag change.

Can I change my name on Battlenet?

You can change your Battle.net name, known as a BattleTag, once for free or again at-cost on the Blizzard Entertainment platform. To change your BattleTag, go to your Blizzard account settings in a web browser and find the BattleTag settings in your account details.

Can I change my real name on Battlenet?

It is not possible to change the name on a Blizzard account in other circumstances.

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Which Netflix has Harry Potter 2020?

Why Harry Potter won’t be on Netflix USA WarnerMedia launched its streaming platform HBO Max in May 2020 – Fantastic Beasts is on the service, but Harry Potter isn’t. The rights for the movies lie with NBC Universal for now. So, for now, the Harry Potter movies won’t be on Netflix in the USA.

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How to change your Battle.net name on the Blizzard Entertainment gaming platform for free

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  • You can change your Battle.net name, known as a BattleTag, once for free or again at-cost on the Blizzard Entertainment platform.
  • BattleTags don't need to be unique, and you can change it once for free, with a fee for additional changes.
  • To change your BattleTag, go to your Blizzard account settings in a web browser and find the BattleTag settings in your account details. 
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Blizzard's Battle.net gaming service is a popular platform for purchasing and playing Blizzard's extensive library of games. Because it includes multiplayer gaming and social features like chats, you can choose a gamer tag – which Blizzard calls a BattleTag – so you can be found and identified online.

Your BattleTag is unique, so you don't have to worry about other gamers having the same name. Blizzard allows you to change this tag once for free. After that, you're charged a change fee, which is currently $10 per BattleTag change. 

Blizzard's BattleTag naming rules

Blizzard gives you a lot of freedom when creating your name, but you'll need to follow these conventions when changing your BattleTag:

  • It must be between 3-12 characters long.
  • It can't start with a number, but numbers are allowed.
  • You can't use any spaces or special symbols.
  • It also needs to follow Blizzard's online code of conduct, which prohibits rude or offensive language. 

Here's how to change your BattleTag for free or at cost.

How to change your Battle.net name on a computer

1. Open the Blizzard website in a web browser. 

2. At the top right of the page, click "My Account" and log in with your Battle.net credentials if necessary.

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3. Click your BattleTag at the top right of the page. 

4. In the dropdown menu, select "Account Settings."

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5. In the navigation pane on the left, choose "Account Details."

6. In the BattleTag section of the main page, click "Update." 

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7. Enter your new BattleTag and click "Change Your BattleTag." 

8. If this is your first time changing your BattleTag, the change will appear immediately. 

9. If you've already changed your name at least once in the past, you will now need to buy a new BattleTag to proceed. 

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