Nintendo Live 2023 Seattle Dates Set and People Can Win Tickets
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Nintendo Live 2023 Seattle Dates Set and People Can Win Tickets

Nintendo announced more details about Nintendo Live 2023, its Seattle, Washington presentation that will offer a chance to see Switch games and take part in activities. It will be a four day event running September 1-4, 2023. People will need to be at the Seattle Convention Center Arch at 705 Pike in Seattle Washington to attend. Nintendo noted people will need to register to win tickets to attend. This will start on May 31, 2023. Nintendo also confirmed it will run alongside PAX West, but that paying to attend that convention won’t get you into its show.

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The page to register isn’t live yet. Nintendo did note that the period during which people can possibly get free tickets will be May 31, 2023 through June 22, 2023. It only noted that there’s a chance people who sign up will get free tickets and didn’t say how many will be given away.

The official page for the Nintendo Live 2023 Seattle event hasn’t been updated with details about Switch games that will be there yet. It only noticed that “popular” ones will be there. There are also no updates about what the tournaments and live stage events will entail. Everything still looks the same as it did when we first learned about this event back in April 2023.

Nintendo Live 2023 Seattle will take place September 1-4, 2023 at the Seattle Convention Center Arch. Between May 31, 2023 through June 22, 2023, people can register and possibly get free tickets.

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