First of all, it's written in a really awkward, small, weird-looking font, making it hard to read. I'll show the entire email (I'll leave out the name of the website for obvious reasons).
"To English-speaking players:
In March 27, 2012,World of Warcraft is trying to launch a New version of Game:
The anger of Azeroth
New Maps, New Races, Funny Pets, More Skills and Endless Challenges!
Participating in our theme, you can probably get lucky prizes, including up to six day free game time.
For more amazing information, please visit our website:
[LINK TO SCAM SITE]
Tip: This link is a one-off. Please do not resubmit
Verify your account to support the safety confirmation. Please enter the correct account name and password
If you have additional questions or concerns, please log in to the Blizzard Customer Support web site
at [LINK TO SCAM SITE] and reply to the ticket.
Looking forward to your participation!
Game Master Rahzzyl
There's so much hilariously wrong with this email, it astounds me. So, Blizzard apparently is releasing a brand new WoW expansion in a couple of weeks, without letting us know, and without telling us anything about it. Yeah, they just ditched that whole Mists of Pandaria thing, I guess.
is trying to launch a New version of the game
Trying? As in, they could fail?
I never thought about that aspect of WoW, but who knows, maybe the whole game and all it's servers could crash horribly and result in the end of Blizzard as soon as "The anger of Azeroth" (very choice capitalization of words, there) launches in a couple of weeks.
Uh, are they talking about WC3 here or...?
you can probably get lucky prizes
For more amazing information,
Indeed, regular information will not do. We must have amazing information!
There's plenty of other hilariously awful things about the email, but I'll leave it at that.
Lastly, I'm aware that this is almost certainly from a non-english speaking country, most likely China, and so I can't expect it to have perfect English, but when it's trying to scam me, well, I think I reserve the right to pass judgement.