PAX West 2019 Schedule and Exhibitor List Now Available

Posted by | August 06, 2019 | News | No Comments

The full schedule of panels, tournaments, and events at PAX West 2019 has been revealed. The mega-popular annual gaming convention takes place later this month, Friday August 30 – Monday, September 2 in Seattle, Washington.

Most tickets are sold out, but you can still grab Friday-only, and Monday-only badges.

PAX West 2019’s schedule includes panels and podcasts from big gaming websites and YouTubers including Giant Bomb, IGN, and Mega64. Event panels include AAA developers on upcoming games, such as Gearbox and Borderlands 3 (Friday, 1pm Pacific) and Square Enix on Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers on Sunday (2:30 pm Pacific). Gaming-themed concerts, tournaments, and other events can be found throughout the weekend.

“I love PAX West because we get to have a one-of-a-kind event that’s focused on our fans, and has so many incredible games and live events in once place” said Jerry Holkins, co-founder, Penny Arcade. “Also, we’re the only show where you can see the show organizers get up on stage dressed in fantasy costumes and play Dungeons and Dragons.” The live D&D show Acquisistions Incorporated takes place Friday at 7:30 pm Pacific.

The show floor features booths from the biggest publishers in gaming down to tiny indie developers. Big names in attendance include Nintendo, PlayStation, Ubisoft, and Capcom.

PAX is produced by Penny Arcade in conjunction with event planner ReedPOP. Several PAX conventions are hosted throughout the year around the country, as well as in Australia. PAX West remains the original PAX convention and the most popular, with tickets selling out almost instantly. Many events and panels will be live streamed throughout the weekend via official PAX Twitch and YouTube channels.

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