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Earlier this month we got confirmation that PAX Australia was back and headed to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre for the weekend of October 7-9. With badges for PAX Aus 2022 now available for purchase, Early Bird 3-Day badges are $170 with Early Bird Single Day badges available for $65.

Head here to grab your badges, though it's worth noting that at the time of writing there is a queue.

“There is nothing quite like the feeling you get from standing on the PAX show floor. The whole team wants to get back to it just as much as you, and we’re already hard at work to give our community the event they deserve,” said Lauren Luciani, Event Director at Reed Exhibitions. “It’s our honour and our privilege to be able to put on the event, and we can’t wait for this October.”

The press release for the event notes a return of all of the things that have made PAX Australia memorable, from big publishers showcasing upcoming titles through to panels, concerts, tournaments, and more.

"With three years of planning going into PAX Aus 2022," Luke Lancaster, Head of Content & Partnerships for PAX Aus adds. "Strap in for everything you love about the show, as well as some brand new stuff we’ll no doubt tease you with over the coming months.”

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