E3 Opens Up To The Public For The First Time

This year E3 will be opening the door to the public for the first time ever. The Entertainment Software Association which organizes the event every year announced today that will have 15,000 tickets that will be made available to anyone. The tickets go on Sale Monday February 13. The price of the tickets will be $250 (or $150 as part of an early bird discount available on February 13).

The tickets will provide access to the show floor, panel discussions, and other events from Tuesday through Thursday of E3 week. The ESA will also partner with Geoff Keighley to give attendees special benefits associated with Keighley’s own E3 programming, like developer interviews and more. Details of this and other elements of E3’s public plans will be announced later in the coming weeks.

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Source: Gamespot

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