XO19 tickets are now on sale, all proceeds to go to charity Special Effect

Microsoft has now put the XO19 tickets up for sale with fans able to get them for £19 per session, and you can get all the ticket information here. XO19 will be taking place in London at the Copper Box Arena this year where Microsoft will be showcasing some games, making some reveals, and no doubt giving a lot more information regarding its next-gen console Project Scarlett which is due to be released in just over a year’s time. The event itself kicks off with the FanFest on Thursday November 14th with follow up sessions on the 15th and 16th.

Here’s what you can expect in Microsoft’s own words.

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  • A world-class Xbox experience at the Copper Box Arena
  • World premiere hands-on gameplay of the biggest and best new games
  • Panels with the brightest and best creative minds from our Xbox Game Studio teams
  • Unique activations and experiences to bring the universe of Xbox to life
  • Developer meet-and-greets and autograph sessions
  • An on-site Xbox Official Gear Store featuring exclusive X019 gear you will not be able to buy anywhere else

If you want to attend the live Xbox FanFest on Thursday November 14th you’ll be limited to purchasing two tickets, while the session events on Friday and Saturday will allow you to purchase up to four tickets. Each session will require a separate ticket so your Thursday ticket will not work for a Friday or Saturday event. If you get a ticket for a Friday morning session you cannot use it for the Friday afternoon session too.

The session times are as follows:

Thursday, 14 November: (18 years and older only)

Friday, 15 November:

Saturday, 16 November:

Tickets will be refundable but only up until November 1st. After that you’re stuck with them as tickets are non-transferable. Microsoft has also confirmed that all ticket proceeds will be going to the gaming charity Special Effect which helps people with disabilities enjoy gaming and be part of the community.

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  1. Great to see the money going to Special Effect. I can’t imagine not being able to game so the work they do to help people start or continue gaming is incredible in my opinion.

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