This year, instead of directly selling the Google I/O tickets, the Internet giant decided to do a lottery because of the heavy demand and rush. The registration for the tickets closed just a few days ago and today, Google has sent out emails to everyone informing whether they have won a ticket to I/O this year or not.
The winners are now be eligible to attend the Google I/O this year on June 25-26 with Google already charging their Google Wallet account for the ticket prices.
If your application did not make it to the list, then also you will be receiving an email from Google informing you about it. Considering that Google streams the important keynotes live from the I/O and later on uploads all the videos on YouTube, losers don’t really need to take their lose to heart.
If you are still desperate to get a ticket to I/O, head over to the various Google websites and look for random goo.gl links, which could win you an assured spot to buy an I/O ticket.