Google I/O 2015 registration begins today. This time Google is doing it differently.

Written by AndrewH

There is really a decent amount of news coming from Google today and there is a reason for that, Google I/O 2015 registration begins this morning at 9:00am PDT. However, prior to going bananas with the reload button, looking to get your ticket prior to the site crashes or they’re sold out in Ten minutes, which happens each year, Google is going to be doing things a little differently this year.

Instead from the entire process of getting your Google I/O 2015 ticket being first come – first serve, this season it will be from a random selection. Quite simply everyone can register to attend Google I/O 2015 but it’s a random selection process that determines whether or not you wind up being able to buy a ticket. Which means that no matter what time you sign up for Google I/O 2015, whether it’s in the first A few minutes of the sign-up page going live or you get it done tomorrow,? you will find the same chance of being selected to attend as everyone else.

If you are selected being an attendee, you’ll then need to purchase your ticket and begin getting those travel plans set up. Ticket prices weren’t revealed yet. Last year tickets were $300 academic admission and $900 of general admission, so that you can expect prices to be with that amount.

Registration will open today at 9:00am PDT and can remain open until 5:00pm PDT on Thursday, April 19th, 2015. Get a Google Account if you don’t have one already because you will need one to register for Google I/O. If you cannot attend this season, Google is going to be streaming a lot of the sessions live so you’ll be able to watch a lot of the event in your own home.

So what is your opinion will be the focus of the year’s Google I/O? Our guess is that Virtual Reality will certainly be a part of it. There will also definitely be considered a concentrate on Android gaming as well because of Google using a strong presence at GDC 2015 regarding Android game development and marketing. That may perfectly continue to Google I/O 2015 as well. There’ll be some hardware related announcements as well. What is your opinion will be this year’s focus?

Official Website: Google I/O 2015