Local Organising Committee (LOC) launches ticketing for the first-ever Olympic Esports Week (OEW). Taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from 22 to 25 June, the inaugural Olympic Esports Week is a four-day festival of virtual sports and gaming created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and hosted by Singapore.
Tickets start from S$10, you are invited to experience all the thrilling action of the Olympic Esports Series 2023 live finals, as well as watch exhibition matches and try out the latest innovations in the free-to-play zone.
The Olympic Esports Series 2023 is a global virtual and simulated sports competition created by the IOC in collaboration with International Federations and game publishers. The finals, held live this year for the first time, is one of the highlights of the OEW at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.
There are nine featured sports for the Olympic Esports Series:
- Archery (World Archery Federation, Tic Tac Bow)
- Baseball (World Baseball Softball Confederation, WBSC eBASEBALLTM: POWER PROS)
- Chess (International Chess Federation, Chess.com)
- Cycling (UCI, Zwift)
- Dance (World DanceSports Federation, JustDance)
- Sailing (World Sailing, Virtual Regatta)
- Tennis (International Tennis Federation, Tennis Clash)
- Taekwondo (World Taekwondo, Virtual Taekwondo)
- Motorsport (Federation Internationale Automobile, Gran Turismo)
Tickets start from S$10 per day and three-day passes are available from S$20, ensuring that more can witness the making of history and enjoy the epic competitions between some of the world’s best players. Day passes for families (two adults and two students) are also available from S$25.
Full event agenda and tickets are available here. In recognition of Visa’s long-standing partnership with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Visa is the official and preferred way to pay for Olympic Esports Week tickets.
Singapore’s hosting of the inaugural Olympic Esports Week will also be boosted by the support of organisations known for being among the best in their respective fields. Partners include all Worldwide Olympic Partners as well as local event partners; global technology leader Alibaba, Singapore Airlines, virtual reality company PICO, network connectivity provider Singtel, one-stop esports solution provider VSPO and real estate group CapitaLand.
Those in Singapore will also get a sneak preview of the OEW experience from 5 May 2023 with a roving trailer bringing the world of esports and virtual sports to 13 locations across Singapore for a period of 50 days up until the Olympic Esports Week.
This will give visitors the opportunity to try the OEW titles first hand, compete to win attractive prizes and meet with key leaders in the world of esports and virtual sports. Other exciting programmes will also take place in various key locations across Singapore.
More details will be revealed in due course.