X019 ticket sales pushed to October 1 with proceeds going to charity
Tickets were originally expected to go on sale September 24.
What you need to know
- X019 ticket sales are set to go live on October 1.
- Tickets will cost ₤19 each ahead of the event's start on November 14 in London.
- The tickets were originally expected to go on sale on September 24.
After initially announcing that tickets for X019 would go on sale on September 24, Microsoft announced today that they will instead commence sales on October 1. Xbox fans who are interested in attending this year's event in London will be able to snag tickets starting at 2 p.m. BST on October 1 for ₤19 each.
X019 is set to run from November 14 through November 16 at Copper Box Arena in London. Microsoft will kick off the event with a new episode of Inside Xbox on November 14, and there are plenty of premieres and reveals planned for the show. The rest of the event will be a celebration of everything Xbox, with plenty for fans to check out during its duration.
Consider this your invitation. #X019 tickets go on sale October 1 at 6am PDT/2pm BST. 100% of the proceeds go to support @SpecialEffect.
More info: https://t.co/AYHevweyoP pic.twitter.com/LZ2GF8L3y1Consider this your invitation. #X019 tickets go on sale October 1 at 6am PDT/2pm BST. 100% of the proceeds go to support @SpecialEffect.
More info: https://t.co/AYHevweyoP pic.twitter.com/LZ2GF8L3y1— Xbox (@Xbox) September 17, 2019September 17, 2019
"On November 15 and 16, X019 will include never-before-seen playable demos, developer panels, Xbox gear, and incredible experiences we can't wait to reveal later this year," Microsoft said in its original announcement.
If you can't make it to X019 in London this year, we'll cover everything new that Microsoft announces throughout the event. For more, you can check out Microsoft's X019 website.
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