EGX 2018 tickets now available
The UK’s biggest video game event EGX has just gone live with ticket sales for this years event: EGX 2018. If you have been before then you know the score, but for those that havn’t, here is what you are in for.
EGX 2018 will be no small event, with 80,000 people expected this year and 1,500 screens of interactive entertainment. It covers all areas of video games and gaming culture and game wise everything from massive blockbuster triple-A titles to smaller innovative indie games.
There is an E sports arena, cosplay arena (how-to sessions, competitions and daily masquerades), a retro gaming area spanning 40 years of gaming, developer sessions and talks for all the latest news and insight into game development, a massive show floor where you can play games pre-release, a Rezzed zone which has the worlds largest collection of indie games and a games library where you can choose from a vast catalogue and play with friends. There are also meet and greet opportunities with Youtubers and Twitch personalities and if you fancy getting into the industry then the career fair is for you.
If you aren’t too knackered from the daytime events then there are even community parties on the Friday and Saturday nights. It is the video games event and we highly recommend you check it out and don’t wait too long for tickets as they do sell out.
David Lilley, EGX Event Director, said, “EGX has been firmly established as a must-attend event for publishers, developers and hardware suppliers for many years now. It’s the only UK event on the global calendar and a vital destination for any company seeking to drive awareness and sales in this country. With more space, features and games than ever before we’re excited by the prospect of putting on the best EGX event yet”
EGX runs from the 20th-23rd September at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham.
Tickets range from £13 for a 1 day afternoon ticket to £70 for a 4 day Superpass ticket. You can grab your tickets now via the EGX website.
Have you been to EGX before or are you heading there this year?
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