At noon EST Monday, the first ever public tickets to the E3 trade show floor went on sale.
All tickets are first come first serve and the first 1,000 will have an early bird price of $149. After those sell out, all public tickets will be priced at $249. Registration will be available here; tickets are expected to go quickly.
The E3 2017 show will be at the Los Angeles Convention Center from June 13 to 15. All registrations must be done by the person attending, and cannot be given to family or friends. No one under the age of 17 will be admitted.
E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is North America’s largest trade show for video games. It’s the home to some of the biggest announcements in gaming every year, from new console reveals to breathtaking video games – and it’s always been exclusive to industry professionals and media.
Last year, the show opened up an exclusive public experience, but the floor remained industry only. But this year won’t be seeing that. The public will have access to the floor and panels at this year’s event, but will not be able to attend any press conferences prior to the floor opening on June 13.
For more information about the location and the show’s rules, head on over to the E3 FAQ.
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