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E3 website updated with prices for public tickets, plus list of “participating companies”


The E3 2017 website has just been updated, with the new information including ticket prices for public attendees and a list of participating companies (though note this isn’t the same as an exhibitor list).

We’re sure to hear more about many of these upcoming PC games, and some new ones, at E3 this year.

Now thatE3 is open to the public for the first time, you and your mates can finally get a look inside the world’s most important event for gaming news. One of the first questions you might ask is: how much?

There are1,000 early bird tickets priced at $149, whereas they’ll set you back $249 at standard prices. Obviously this doesn’t include travel or accommodation.

If you’re considering coming along, you might also want to check out theattendee policy. Some of the key points include:

  • No one under the age of 17 is permitted
  • Photo ID is required
  • Harassment is not acceptable. Cause for removal includes, but is not limited to:
    • Verbal harassment;
    • Intimidation or threats;
    • Physical violence;
    • Stalking; and/or
    • Sexually explicit, suggestive or provocative behaviour
  • E3 does not tolerate discrimination or abusive treatment in any manner, including, but not limited to, in relation to national origin, ethnicity, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status.

Also new to the E3 website is thislist of participating companies. Note that this is nota list of confirmed exhibitors – though we can certainly expect some of these companies to be showing something at the event – so don’t make too many assumptions about who’s about to announce a new game. Many of the world’s major publishers, developers and games media groups are there, as you’d expect.

You can read more at the E3 website. E3 2017 will run from June 13-15 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.