There is almost no denying that the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, is the biggest convention in the gaming industry every year. Each presentation is filled with reveals and surprises that gets players around the world excited to be alive. For the past few years, most of the our E3 watching has come from streams online. For the first time ever, there will be a chance to see everything unfold right in the heart of the convention.
It was announced and reported by GameSpot, that E3 2017 would be opening its doors to the public, for the first time in history. Last year, there was an area outside of the Convention Center that was open to the public. It received a huge amount of enthusiasm and excitement from fans all over. The Entertainment Software Association, or ESA, has organized E3 since the beginning and they are looking to evolve as best they can.
On this coming Monday, February 13th, 15,000 tickets will go on sale at $250 each. Some may be able to grab them for only $150 as part of an early bird special on the day of release. These tickets will give you access to show floors, panel discussions, and more during the week of June 13, from Tuesday to Thursday. Business passes will also be available for extra lounge access and more.
The ESA has teamed up with Geoff Keighley to bring this event to the public. There will be more details in the coming weeks about what will be provided and available with each ticket. Just remember, tickets go on sale on Monday, February 13th, and E3 will take place at the LA Convention Center from June 13th to the 15th.