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Thursday, September 27, 2018

PAX Aus 2018 Panel Schedule Announced

PAX Aus 2018 will feature the biggest panel lineup in the show’s history. The full schedule of panels at the expo, taking place 26-28 Oct, is available now on the event’s website.

PAX Aus 2018 will bring the industry’s biggest publishers to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, where companies including Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, and more AAA publishers will exhibit.

The schedule includes over 125 panels and events featuring speakers including Rhianna Pratchett, best known for her narrative work on Tomb Raider (2013), Mirror’s Edge and The Overlord series.

Once again, PAX Aus will bring global industry leaders and upcoming talent together, including the biggest names in gaming, such as Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, Ubisoft, and Bandai Namco, all of whom will feature an exciting array of playable upcoming titles.

PAX Aus 2018 will boast its biggest schedule of panels yet with more than 125 sessions, including keynote speaker Rhianna Pratchett. Best known for her written work on Tomb Raider (2013), Mirror’s Edge and The Overlord series, Pratchett will be lending her narrative prowess to this year’s “Storytime” keynote.

The hosts of Outside Xbox - the world’s favourite unofficial Xbox channel with over 2.2m subscribers – and its companion gaming channel, Outside Xtra, will be hosting a live show, Q&A panel, a PAX Movie Night and signing session over the weekend.

PAX Aus will finish, as per tradition, with the penultimate event – The Omegathon – which sees attendees showdown in games throughout the weekend until there is one final winner. Penny Arcade will also be holding several panels and live sessions throughout the show.

“We’re just a few weeks away from PAX Aus 2018, and it’s going to be a gargantuan show,” said Luke Lancaster, content manager, PAX Aus. “I’m not sure what the collective noun for panels is, but we’ll need to use it four or five times. The exhibitor lineup will test the structural integrity of the MCEC. It will be like staring into the sun, except you can for real do it at PAX.”

Tickets for PAX Aus 2018 are still currently available for sale via the official registration page although they are selling quickly and only single-day passes remain.

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