Normally E3 is awash with journalists, game developers, and other gaming personalities, but some of the biggest gaming enthusiasts out there are the public, who have not had their own place in the event, we until today.

Today the Entertainment Software Association revealed that the people that they invite to the event will be changing, allowing the public to attend E3 2017 in person, finally.

Sadly, they will only be offering 15,000 tickets to the general public, so they aren’t stepping into it in a huge way just yet.

If you think that you are lucky enough to grab one of those 15,000 tickets then you will need to keep your eyes out this Monday, February 13th.

On that day the tickets will be released for $150 at an early bird price or for $250 if you are a little too late for that.

These tickets will grant you access to the show floor, panel discussions, and the other events that will be taking place during the event.

The organisers revealed more with the following tweet:

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