L.A. Comic Con, the city’s largest event for comics, gaming, sci-fi, anime and pop culture, has big plans for this year’s show. The event, which will be held from December 2nd-4th, is only getting bigger.
They are partnering with Subnation Media, a gaming and web3 lifestyle company, to produce an expansive and exciting gaming, esports and anime experience in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. This expansion will run from December 2nd-3rd, and will feature appearances from gaming talent, streaming stations, esports competitions, anime exhibitions, PC Freeplay and much more.
Attendees will have a lot to experience across three main zones in the 147,000-square-foot West Hall – the Stream Studio, PC Freeplay area and the Main Stage. The Main Stage will be packed with programming that offers something for everyone. Those wanting to get more hands on can head over to the PC Freeplay area and enjoy some of the hottest games on PC from classics to the latest releases. Finally, the Stream Studio gives both established and aspiring creators a space to be themselves and stream to the world live from the event. Programming across all zones will consist of esports competitions, music showcases, panel presentations, cosplay competitions, live game demos and more.
Tickets are currently on sale for L.A. Comic Con where single-day passes are $35-$50, and 3-day passes are $95. A limited number of VIP tickets are still available, and Early Bird pricing is now in effect on 1-Day passes.