By Joe Sigadel / February 8th, 2017
The Entertainment Software Association has announced today that E3 will be open to the public for the first time this year, and will have up to 15,000 tickets available for purchase when they go on sale next week on February 13. Tickets will cost you $250, but if you get the early bird discount on that day, you’ll shave $100 off the price. E3 had an outdoor public area last year with some video game related activities and events, but it remained for the most part a media and industry-only show.
What do you think about letting in a sizable additional crowd for E3 2017? Is it a good or a bad thing? Let us know your thoughts below.
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