Pax East

PAX East Indie Megabooth line-up revealed, 102 games on display

The Indie Megabooth organisers have announced their 90 dev, 102 games-strong line-up.

Pax East headlines

  • PAX East Indie Megabooth to showcase 62 games from 50 developers

    The Indie Megabooth makes a return to PAX East this year, and it’s looking pretty crowded. Visitors can expect to see 50 developers showcasing 62 games across the designated showfloor.

  • PAX East stays in Boston until 2023 under new deal

    Penny Arcade and MCCA (Massachusetts Convention Center Authority) have announced PAX East will stay at the MCC for the next ten years up until 2023. The new deal will mean the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI) will get $325,000 each year the convention is held as part of the new deal to promote the industry’s […]

  • PAX East sees 69,000 visitors, 2012 event dated

    Penny Arcade has confirmed that 69,000 visitors hit this year’s PAX East in Boston, up by 19,000 from last year.

  • PAX East 2011 schedule now online, RAGE and Amalur demos confirmed

    Penny Arcade’s thrown up the entire schedule for PAX East 2011. If you’re going, you may want to look.

  • PAX East staying in Boston for three more years

    Reed Exhibitions, the event organizer for PAX East, has signed an agreement with the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority for the annual event to be held in Boston for the next three years.

  • Concerts and exhibitors announced for PAX East

    Concerts and exhibitors were announced today for PAX East, and if you thought Jonathan Coulton wouldn’t be there again – you’ve lost some nerd cred with us.

  • PAX 2009 pulled in 60,750 attendees

    Penny Arcade’s Robert Khoo has revealed that 60,750 people attended PAX this year. Because of this great mass of bodies, the show’s organizers are looking into expansion plans for next year so that even more people can come and catch the flu, er um, enjoy the festivities. Attendance for 2008 was 58,500 – leading some […]

  • PAX East opens registration a year early

    PAX East takes place in Boston next year: early registration has already started. You can book yourself in now, providing you are free between March 26-28, 2010. The schedule of events and list of exhibitors is empty at the moment. Doubt it’ll stay that way for long. Thanks, Blue.