PAX Australia organisers have announced the dates for this year’s show. The annual event will take place October 11-13 at the Melbourne Convention Centre, organisers announced in a tweet that includes an image of a block-shaped Ibis.
There is no word yet on when tickets will go on sale or what the programming lineup- including panels, speakers, music acts and more-will look like yet. But those details and more-like who the keynote speaker will be-should become available in due course, so keep checking back with GameSpot for more.
2018’s PAX Australia was the first to feature combined efforts between PAX and EB Expo. Specifics about 2019’s show are unavailable at this point, so it remains to be seen if this partnership will continue in 2019 or what other changes and updates there might be in general.
Last year, Tomb Raider writer Rhianna Pratchett gave the keynote address, while other big names like Bethesda executives Pete Hines and Tim Willits attended the show. For more on PAX Aus 2018, check out GameSpot’s hub with all of our written and video coverage.
PAX Aus is just one of the show’s global events. The next PAX is PAX East which comes to Boston, Mass. starting on March 28.