Tickets for inaugural Olympic Esports Week 2023 now on sale, prices start from $10

The four-day virtual sports and gaming festival will take place in June at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Seif Umar

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Published: 27 April 2023, 10:44 AM

Tickets for the first-ever inaugural Olympic Esports Week (OEW) are now on sale.

Taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from Jun 22 to 25, the OEW is a four-day festival of virtual sports and gaming created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

A total of nine sports will be featured at the tournament, which include archery, baseball, chess, cycling, dance, sailing, tennis, taekwondo and motorsport.

Ticket prices for single-day passes cost $5 for students and $10 for adults. Day passes for families – two adults and two students –  costs $25. 

Three-day passes are also available, with student passes costing $20 and adult passes costing $30. 

The tickets can be purchased via SISTIC

To be eligible for the student promo, students must present their student pass before entering the vicinity. Random checks on concession tickets will also be conducted at the point of entry. Those who are unable to present proof of eligibility are required to upgrade their concession tickets to full priced tickets.

Attendees at the festival will be able to experience a wide variety of games with a host of additional titles set to be announced for the line-up of exhibition matches. 

Visitors who are inspired by the Olympic Esports Finals and exhibition match action can also get hands-on experience with selected games at the free-to-play zone. 

They are also able to explore the latest innovations across virtual sports and gaming such as motorsport, baseball, cycling and cricket. 

There will also be an exclusive sneak preview of the OEW experience from May 5 for ticket holders based in Singapore. 

This will be done through a mobile trailer which will bring the world of esports and virtual sports to 13 locations across Singapore for a period of 50 days up until the Olympic Esports Week. 

The sneak preview also aims to provide visitors the opportunity to try the OEW titles first hand, compete to win attractive prizes and meet with key leaders in the world of esports and virtual sports. More details will be revealed in due course.

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