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Blizzard Entertainment Employee “5 Year Sword”

The Swords and Shields ceremony is a Blizzard tradition that began back in 1996. With this ceremony, they recognize the years of dedication and commitment of individual employees. Several times a year, Blizzard employees around the world gather to celebrate the five-, ten-, and fifteen-year milestones of their friends and colleagues where each recipient is honored with their service award. Five years of service are awarded a sword; ten year veterans receive a shield; fifteen years of service is recognized with a special ring; and this year marks the first time Blizzard employees will celebrate twenty years of service. Who knows what they’ll end up with.

The type of sword given to five-year recipients is different each year, but the shield and ring designs have remained largely unchanged.

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