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WPTavern: WordCamp Europe 2017 Livestream Tickets Now Available

WPTavern: WordCamp Europe 2017 Livestream Tickets Now Available

WordCamp Europe will be livestreaming all sessions again this year to make the event accessible to those who are unable to travel to Paris. Live stream tickets are free, but viewers must sign up on the tickets page.

Organizers have also set up a page on the event’s website for people to advertise for buying or selling tickets. Many who have already purchased regular tickets have had a last-minute change of plans, problems with obtaining a visa, or have an extra ticket due to being selected as a speaker or a volunteer. More than two dozen tickets have already been posted for sale.

Regular ticket sales concluded at the end of May, but there are 2,915 livestreaming tickets remaining, along with 272 micro-sponsorship slots at € 150.00 apiece.



Source: WordPress

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