Registration Information

As the world's largest and most influential tech event, CES is where the entire ecosystem gathers to conduct business. 

From global tech companies to tech startups, pioneers from aroundt he world come to launch products, build vrands and partner to solve some of today's most pressing challenges. 


Who Can Attend

CES is a trade-only event for individuals 18 years of age or older and affiliated with the consumer technology industry. CES is not open to the general public. Friends, family and children under the age of 18 will not be granted access to the event.

To attend CES, you must submit business credentials in advance so that we may verify your affiliation with the consumer technology industry.

See a list of acceptable business credentials.

CES Registration


Early Bird Price: $100
Price increases to $300 beginning December 18, 2019

Your attendee registration includes entry to the CES Show Floor showcasing the world's most innovative technologies, plus sessions from the industry's business leaders and pioneering thinkers.

What's included:

  • Exhibitor show floor
  • Keynote addresses*
  • SuperSessions*
  • 20+ conference tracks including Research Summit, Innovation Policy, C Space Storytellers, Sports Tech and more*

 

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Starter Conference Pass


Early Bird Price: $700
Price increases to $900 beginning December 18, 2019

Take your CES experience to the next level with access to specially curated tracks on the hottest emerging trends, including artificial intelligence and 5G.

What's included:

  • Exhibitor show floor
  • Keynote addresses*
  • SuperSessions*
  • 20+ conference tracks including Research Summit, Innovation Policy, C Space Storytellers, Sports Tech and more*
  • 4 curated tracks highlighting the hottest emerging trends, including artificial intelligence and 5G*


Available in October

 

Deluxe Conference Pass


Early Bird Price: $1,400
Price increases to $1,700 beginning December 18, 2019

Get the highest level of access and flexibility. Attend four days of conference programming at CES, including sessions by our most valued partners on topics such as IoT solutions, service robotics, the digital economy and more.

What's included:

  • Exhibitor show floor
  • Keynote addresses*
  • SuperSessions*
  • 20+ conference tracks including Research Summit, Innovation Policy, C Space Storytellers, Sports Tech and more*
  • 4 specially curated tracks highlighting the hottest emerging trends, including artificial intelligence and 5G*
  • 14+ partner sessions on topics including IoT solutions, service robotics, the digital economy and more*


Available in October

 


*Available on a first-come, first-served basis

Consumer Technology Association logoSave 25% on Passes with CTA Membership

As a member of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® — producer of CES — you can save 25% on the Starter Conference Pass and Deluxe Conference Pass, which include access to specially curated sessions on trending topics and sessions from our most valued partners.

At CES, CTA members also have exclusive access to member lounges with private meeting rooms, refreshments and seating, plus an invitation to the CTA Member Party.

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Register for CES 2020

See the next generation of innovation at CES 2020. 

On-Site Badge Pickup
CES Badges are never mailed in advance of the show. Whether you’re an attendee, member of the media or exhibitor, you’ll need to pick up your CES badge at one of the designated location, including McCarran International Airport and various hotels throughout the city.
 

Industry Attendee Registration

What You Get With Registration

CES Industry Attendees registration includes access to CES 2020 exhibitor show floor, keynote addresses, SuperSessions and select conference programming on a first-come, first-served basis.

To attend additional conference programming, you’ll need to purchase an individual conference track or – for the best value – upgrade to a Starter or Deluxe Conference Pass.

Registration Requirements

  • Badge Photo: Badges will feature a photo ID. Please have a recent headshot ready to upload when you register.

  • Unique email address: A unique, verifiable email address for each registrant is required. Those who created a CES Account in 2019 may re-use their account to register for CES 2020.

  • Date of birth: In line with guidance from federal law enforcement and industry best practices, we require date of birth for all CES registrants.

  • Business Credentials: In order for your registration to be approved to attend CES, you must submit current business industry credentials to show your affiliation with the Consumer Technology industry. Please have this ready to upload when you register.

Proof of Industry Affiliation

CES will accept any of the following credentials as proof of your industry affiliation. Please do not submit any private or personal information.

  • Business card that matches the name of the company you are representing.

  • Verification of your employment on company letterhead.

  • Link to your company website showing your name on an employee roster.

  • Link to media article (print, digital, broadcast) that you wrote or in which you were quoted or cited as an industry professional; article must be published within the last year.

CES will not accept credentials that do not associate you with the company you are representing. CES reserves the right to request additional business credentials if deemed necessary.

Media Registration

What You Get With Registration

A media badge included access to CES Unveiled Las Vegas, Media Days, the exhibit show floor, keynote addresses and more than 250 conference sessions. Media will also receive lunch coupons and a media bag on-site.

Who Can Attend

Media badges at CES will be granted to working media that cover consumer technology (across any vertical).
Media accreditation will not be granted to publishers, general managers, account managers, sales representatives, brand ambassadors, PR/marketing and non-editorial media professionals or anyone whose principal purpose for attending CES is for reasons other than covering it as working news media.

Required Media Credentials

CES will accept any of the following credentials as proof of your media affiliation. Do not submit any private or personal information. If you do not meet these specific media requirements, please register as an Industry Attendee.

  • Article or blog post published within the past three months with your byline. Online Media must also provide a recent monthly traffic report from an external web analytics service, like Google Analytics (or its equivalent), verifying the online publication gets 10,000 or more unique visitors monthly (UVM). The online publication must be previously established, independent (not a corporate blog) and regularly updated with original and current content.

  • Letter from editor or producer on station/network letterhead or from a company email address that states you are covering CES on assignment.

  • About page or masthead from newspaper, publication or blog listing you as an editorial contributor. 

  • Article published within the past six months with your byline.

  • Article published within the past six months quoting you as an industry analyst

  • Cover of a market research report from the past six months listing you as a contributor

Reports must be made independently and not solicited by exhibiting companies. 

  • 1 million or more YouTube subscribers

  • 500,000 or more Twitter followers

  • 500,000 or more Facebook friends

  • 300,000 or more Instagram likes

  • 300,000 or more WeMedia followers

  • Article or blog post published within the past three months with your byline
  • Letter from editor or producer on station/network letterhead or from a company email address that states you are covering CES on assignment

 
Freelancers with online publications must also provide a recent monthly traffic report from a web analytics service like Google Analytics that verifies 10,000 or more unique visitors per month (UVM). The site/blog must be previously established, independent (not a corporate blog) and regularly updated with original and current consumer technology news.
 
Communities, forums, newsletters and users groups will not be considered for media accreditation.

Exhibitor Registration

Interested in being an exhibitor at CES 2020? Apply to exhibit/learn more here.

The standard exhibitor registration badge is an Exhibitor Personnel badge. This badge includes access to the exhibitor show floor during exhibitor move-in and show hours. The Exhibitor Personnel badge also includes access to keynote addresses, SuperSessions and select conference programming on a first-come, first-served basis.

To attend additional conference programming, you’ll need to purchase an individual conference track or — for the best value — upgrade to a Starter or Deluxe Conference Pass.

For confirmed CES 2020 Exhibitors

You must work directly with the person managing registration for your company to receive an Exhibitor Personnel badge. If you will be registering as an exhibitor, contact the person responsible for your space to initiate your registration.

Registration Requirements

  • Badge Photo: Badges will feature a photo ID. Please have a recent headshot ready to upload when you register.

  • Unique email address: A unique, verifiable email address for each registrant is required. Those who created a CES Account in 2019 may re-use their account to register for CES 2020.

  • Date of birth: In line with guidance from federal law enforcement and industry best practices, we require date of birth for all CES registrants.

  • Business Credentials: In order for your registration to be approved to attend CES, you must submit current business industry credentials to show your affiliation with the Consumer Technology industry. Lease have this ready to upload when you register.

Exhibitor Personnel Registration Process for Primary Contacts

As the Primary Contact, you may assign the role of Registration Coordinator to someone else if you will not be managing your company’s registration. If a Registration Coordinator is not assigned, you will be responsible for registering your exhibitor personnel. The Primary Contact and/or assigned Registration Coordinator will have control over the company badge allotment and distribution. Primary contacts/ Registration Coordinator must either complete the registration for all exhibitor personnel or initiate the registration for each exhibitor personnel so that individuals may complete their own registration. Anyone who needs access to the show floor, during show hours, must have a CES badge.

All Primary Contacts received or will receive an email with instructions on how to access your Exhibitor Dashboard. Once you have accessed your Exhibitor Dashboard, click on the “Register Exhibitor Personnel” tile to access the registration page. Only the Primary Contact and any assigned Registration Coordinator will have access to this section of the Exhibitor Dashboard.

Once in the registration page, you will have two options to register your exhibitor personnel.

  1. If you are able to provide all personal details for your exhibitor personnel, including date of birth and photo, you may register them in full by selecting “Register on behalf of” and completing the registration process.

  2. If you are unable to provide all personal details for your exhibitor personnel, you will have the ability to enter their first name, last name, business job title and unique email address to initiate the registration process. An email will be sent to them inviting the exhibitor personnel to complete the registration requirements.

All completed registrations will receive a confirmation email. Registrations without a photo will not be printed on-site.

Badge Photos

Everyone in attendance must upload a photo to be printed on your CES badge. Badges will not be printed without a recent photo headshot. To avoid lines on-site, make sure to upload a picture prior to your arrival.

Having Trouble Uploading A Photo?

Make sure the photo you’re attempting to upload is a recent headshot. Offensive or obscene photos will be declined and will not be printed on-site. Photos of cartoons, caricatures or avatars will not be accepted.

  • Make sure the photo is an approved format type - .jpg, .png, or .bmp and below the maximum size of 5 MB.

  • Use a clear image of your face. Do not use filters.

  • Photos of cartoons, caricatures or avatars will not be accepted.

  • Zoom in to your face, especially if there is a busy or distracting background.

  • Wearing hats or sunglasses are discouraged and may cause your photo to be declined.

If you are still having trouble uploading your photo to your CES registration, submit your inquiry to CESreg@CTA.tech. Be sure to include your name and registration ID for assistance.

Warning About Registration Scams

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, as the owner and producer of CES, has designated CompuSystems, Inc. as the ONLY official registration vendor of CES 2020.

All registration communication will be sent directly from CES. CompuSystems will not contact individuals directly.

CES 2020 Cancellation Policy

Cancellations for paid registrations received in writing by Dec. 18, 2019, are refundable, less a $50 processing fee. After Dec. 18, 2019, cancellations are subject to the entire fee.

If you do not cancel by Dec. 18, 2019, and do not attend the event, you are still responsible for payment. All cancellation requests should be sent to CESreg@CTA.tech.

Substitutions may be granted on a case-by-case basis if received in writing by Dec. 18, 2019. Limit one substitution per registration to another individual within the same company who meets all registration requirements. New registrant must verify and provide an updated photo ID. 
 
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