World of Warcraft PvP Season Start & End Date

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Legion Season    Title    Start Date    End Date

You can find all information about World of Warcraft PvP Start and End Dates, we have a separate topic for Gladiator Mount Rewards you can get if you achieve Gladiator Title. Legion Season 1 started 3 weeks after the sixth expansion for World of Warcraft, World of Warcraft: Legion has been released.

  • WoW PVP Season 19    Vindictive Gladiator: Legion Season 1   Started September 20, 2016    Ended December 13, 2016
  • WoW PVP Season 20    Fearless Gladiator: Legion Season 2    Started December 13, 2016    Ended March 28, 2017
  • WoW PVP Season 21    Cruel Gladiator: Legion Season 3    Started March 28, 2017    Ended June 13, 2017
  • WoW PVP Season 22    Ferocious Gladiator: Legion Season 4    Started June 13, 2017    Ended August 29, 2017
  • WoW PVP Season 23    Fierce Gladiator: Legion Season 5    Started August 29, 2017    Ended November 28, 2017
  • WoW PVP Season 24    Dominant Gladiator: Legion Season 6    Started November 28, 2017    N/A
  • WoW PVP Season 25    Demonic Gladiator: Legion Season 7    N/A    N/A


Warlords Season    Title    Start Date    End Date

Warlords Season 1 started with the release of World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, which is the fifth expansion pack. 

  • WoW PVP Season 16    Primal Gladiator: Warlords Season 1    December 2, 2014     June 23, 2015
  • WoW PVP Season 17    Wild Gladiator: Warlords Season 2    June 30, 2015     November 10, 2015
  • WoW PVP Season 18    Warmongering Gladiator: Warlords Season 3    November 17, 2015     July 19, 2016


Regular Season    Title    Start Date    End Date

Previous WoW PvP Seasons, We will group these into 3 categories. Regular, Warlords and Legion Seasons.

  • WoW PVP Season 1    Gladiator    January 30, 2007     June 19, 2007
  • WoW PVP Season 2    Merciless Gladiator    June 20, 2007     November 26, 2007
  • WoW PVP Season 3    Vengeful Gladiator    November 28, 2007     June 23, 2008
  • WoW PVP Season 4    Brutal Gladiator    June 24, 2008     October 14, 2008
  • WoW PVP Season 5    Deadly Gladiator    December 16, 2008     April 14, 2009
  • WoW PVP Season 6    Furious Gladiator    April 21, 2009     August 25, 2009
  • WoW PVP Season 7    Relentless Gladiator    September 1, 2009     January 19, 2010
  • WoW PVP Season 8    Wrathful Gladiator    February 2, 2010     October 12, 2010
  • WoW PVP Season 9    Vicious Gladiator    December 14, 2010     June 28, 2011
  • WoW PVP Season 10    Ruthless Gladiator    July 5, 2011     November 29, 2011
  • WoW PVP Season 11    Cataclysmic Gladiator    December 6, 2011     August 28, 2012
  • WoW PVP Season 12    Malevolent Gladiator    October 2, 2012     March 5, 2013
  • WoW PVP Season 13    Tyrannical Gladiator    March 12, 2013     September 10, 2013
  • WoW PVP Season 14    Grievous Gladiator    September 17, 2013     February 18, 2014
  • WoW PVP Season 15    Prideful Gladiator    February 25, 2014     October 14, 2014

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What is a PvP Season?
PvP seasons or arena seasons are periods in which rated PvP combat may occur. Each season has its own name (i.e. season 13 is called Tyrannical) and rewards. A season usually starts one week after the release of a major patch and ends when a new major patch is released. While the length of time between seasons varies, there is a PvP season active most of the year. 
During a PvP season, players can join rated arenas and battlegrounds in order to obtain Conquest Points which can be used to buy powerful PvP gear.  Once the latest season has ended, arena and rated battleground matches will be unavailable for one week, and all Conquest Points will be converted to Honor Points. Any Honor above the 4,000 cap will be converted into in-game currency at a rate of 35 silver per point. Those characters eligible for end-of-season rewards are then determined, and rewards are typically awarded within one or two weeks of the end of the corresponding season.
When a new season begins personal ratings are reset. Matchmaking ratings are sometimes also reset at this time. With each new season the available PvP rewards are also refreshed, although the exact details of this process vary. Typically, the previous season's non-elite Conquest Point PvP rewards are made available for Honor Points, while a new tier of items is made available for purchase with Conquest Points. In this way, players are encouraged to once again begin gathering points with which to purchase new, more powerful gear.
Season 24 or Legion Season 6 as it’s called is currently active. The start of that season was on November 28, 2017 and is expected to end at the start of 2018.
Season 24 in World of Warcraft, title “Dominant Gladiator: Legion Season 6”, began with the release of Antorus, the Burning Throne. Antorus, the Burning Throne is a raid on Argus, in the Antoran Wastes. It is entered from a crack below the artillery platform near Felfire Armory, not the main gate, which kills all who walk near it. The main gates are never visited. Goal for the raid is to lead the Army of the Light into battle against the Burning Legion in their hallowed capital to destroy them once and for all!
Season 23 in World of Warcraft, title “Fierce Gladiator: Legion Season 5”, began with launch of Patch 7.3.0. Patch 7.3.0 is the third major patch to World of Warcraft: Legion, focusing on assaulting Argus, the Burning Legion's capital world.
Season 22 in World of Warcraft, title “Ferocious Gladiator: Legion Season 4”, began with launch of Patch 7.2.5 and ended with launch of Patch 7.3.0. Patch 7.2.5 is Legion's second small patch, with a focus on class design and updating some features.
Season 21 in World of Warcraft, title “Cruel Gladiator: Legion Season 3”, began with launch of Patch 7.2.0 and ended with launch of Patch 7.2.5. Patch 7.2.0 is the second major patch to Legion, focusing on assaulting the Broken Shore and closing the portal within the Tomb of Sargeras.
Season 20 in World of Warcraft, title “Fearless Gladiator: Legion Season 2”, ended with launch of Patch 7.2.0.
Season 19 in World of Warcraft, title “Vindictive Gladiator: Legion Season 1”, began three weeks after the launch of Legion. Legion is the sixth expansion for World of Warcraft.
Season 18 in World of Warcraft, title “Warmongering Gladiator: Warlords Season 3”, began one week after Patch 6.2.2 and ended with launch of Patch 7.0.3. Patch 7.0.3 is the pre-expansion patch for World of Warcraft: Legion.
Season 17 in World of Warcraft, title “Wild Gladiator: Warlords Season 2”, began one week after Patch 6.2.0 and ended with launch of Patch 6.2.2. Patch 6.2.0 is the second major content patch of Warlords of Draenor.
Season 16 in World of Warcraft, title “Primal Gladiator: Warlords Season 1”, began three weeks after the launch of Warlords of Draenor and ended with launch of Patch 6.2.0. World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor is the fifth expansion pack.
Season 15 in World of Warcraft, title “Prideful Gladiator”, began one week after Patch 5.4.7 and ended with launch of Patch 6.0.2. Patch 5.4.7 was the first World of Warcraft patch of 2014. It ended Season 14 and set up the start for Season 15 a week later.
Season 14 in World of Warcraft, title “Grievous Gladiator”, began one week after Patch 5.4.0 and ended with launch of Patch 5.4.7. Patch 5.4.0 is a raid patch of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria and focuses on the Siege of Orgrimmar from the leaders of the Alliance and the Horde to topple the ruthless warchief, Garrosh Hellscream. The patch includes a new raid, the Siege of Orgrimmar, and a new area, the Timeless Isle.
Season 13 in World of Warcraft, title “Tyrannical Gladiator”, began one week after Patch 5.2.0 and ended with launch of Patch 5.4.0. Patch 5.2.0 is the first World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria patch of 2013 that focuses on the return of the Thunder King. This patch includes a massive new raid dungeon, a multi-faceted new quest hub, Pet Battle improvements, new world bosses, significant class balance changes, brand new pets and mounts, assorted bug fixes.
Season 12 in World of Warcraft, title “Malevolent Gladiator”, began one week after the launch of Mists of Pandaria and ended with launch of Patch 5.2.0. World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria is the fourth expansion pack for World of Warcraft.
Season 11 in World of Warcraft, title “Cataclysmic Gladiator”, began one week after Patch 4.3.0 and ended with launch of Patch 5.0.4. Patch 4.3.0 contains the Dragon Soul Raid and three new Caverns of Time 5-man heroics and is the end of Arena season 10.
Season 10 in World of Warcraft, title “Ruthless Gladiator”, began one week after Patch 4.2.0 and ended with launch of Patch 4.3.0. Patch 4.2.0 contains the Firelands raid, and is the end of Arena season 9.
Season 9 in World of Warcraft, title “Vicious Gladiator”, began one week after the Cataclysm and ended with launch of Patch 4.2.0. World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is the third expansion for World of Warcraft.
Season 8 in World of Warcraft, title “Wrathful Gladiator”, began with the launch of Patch 3.3.2 and ended with launch of Patch 4.0.1. 
Season 7 in World of Warcraft, title “Relentless Gladiator”, ended with the opening of the Crimson Hall in Icecrown Citadel on January 19, 2010.
Season 6 in World of Warcraft, title “Furious Gladiator”, began one week after Patch 3.1.0. Patch 3.1.0 is the first major content patch for World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King. Patch highlights are the opening of the much anticipated Ulduar raid, the Argent Tournament and many notable class changes.
Season 5 in World of Warcraft, title “Deadly Gladiator”, began four weeks after the launch of Wrath of the Lich King and ended with launch of Patch 3.1.0. World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King is the second World of Warcraft expansion.
Season 4 in World of Warcraft, title “Brutal Gladiator”, was the last arena season of The Burning Crusade.
Season 3 in World of Warcraft, title “Vengeful Gladiator”, lasted for 29 weeks. It was one of the seasons during The Burning Crusade.
Season 2 in World of Warcraft, title “Merciless Gladiator”, lasted for 23 weeks. It was one of the seasons during The Burning Crusade.
Season 1 in World of Warcraft, title “Gladiator”, was introduced with The Burning Crusade and its end coincided with Patch 2.1.2. World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade is the first expansion for World of Warcraft. It was announced on 28 October 2005 and released on 16 January 2007 in North America, Europe, and Australia.