Tickets for this year’s PAX Australia are now available to purchase from the official event website.
This year’s event – which is the fifth to be held in Australia – runs from October 27 – 29, 2017, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The expo will give video game fans the opportunity to play a host of upcoming AAA and indie titles before their release. Game industry developers will be in attendance to share their thoughts, expertise and experiences at a range of audience Q&A sessions. The line-up of events will also include game inspired music concerts, cosplay events, and competitive video game tournaments featuring some the regions best eSports stars.
Jerry Holkins, co-founder of PAX and Penny Arcade, said:
“Melbourne has made every PAX Australia feel like our true home away from home; seeing the passion resonate from attendees as they check out upcoming games and connect over personal favorites throughout the convention centre is exhilarating,”
Early bird pricing is currently in effect, reducing ticket prices by $5 AUD.
PAX Australia 2017 Tickets
- Friday Only – $65 AUD
- Saturday Only – $65 AUD
- Sunday Only – $65 AUD
- Three Day Pass – $165 inc. (recorded national delivery)
- International Three Day passes will cost $165 AUD. A
- BYOC pass – Additional $45 AUD.
If you are heading to this year’s event and need information on travel and accommodations you can find details of exclusive offers, as well as book your tickets, on the official event website.
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