Tickets to see local e-sports team at Rogers Arena start at $80
The Vancouver Titans are the newest franchise to join the Overwatch League.
Published Tuesday, August 20, 2019 2:31PM PDT
The online gaming community has proven it's eager for real-world excitement and the tickets to see Vancouver's own e-sports team are expected to be a hot commodity.
The city's newly formed team, the Vancouver Titans, is the owned by the Aquilini family, so it is no surprise the Titans will be playing in the same arena as the Canucks.
On Twitter, the Titans announced details of two so-called Homestand Weekends during the upcoming 2020 Overwatch League season.
The events are nearly a year away – May 16 to 17 and July 4 to 5 – but fans are encouraged to pay a deposit if they'd like to ensure they get tickets.
The tickets for the first Homestand Weekend will be available to the public next month, but devoted fans can pay a non-refundable deposit to secure their seats.
On Aug. 28, those spots can be saved with a $50 deposit to sit in the bowl or a $100 deposit for a seat on the floor.
The deposit means they will have their tickets before the public is able to buy them on Sept. 29.
The weekend passes for a bowl seat start from $80.
A floor seat weekend pass begins at $180.
The deposit will be applied to the cost of a weekend pass.
The Titans will play two games during that May weekend. They will face off against the Dallas Fuel on Saturday and the San Francisco Shock the next day.
For more information on tickets and the game schedule, visit the Titans' website.