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“The event is small enough that I know most of the people there.
I can always find wonderful indie role-playing game designers to kibbutz and play with.” If you love RPGs, story games, experimental games, board games, card games, and more, you’ll eat up Go Play Northwest.
Don’t be deceived by its down-to-earth approach to conventions: this event is supported with very professional underpinnings that will make you feel engaged.
Its family-friendly format makes it a big draw for people of all ages.
UPDATE [09/06/2016]: 2016 – 2017 dates, locations, pricing, and new names of select conventions. Thanks to your excellent feedback on this article, I’m starting a series of geek convention round-ups. It’s certainly not an exhaustive list, but a carefully curated one based on my experiences and those of my convention-pro friends.
They’re a curated resource to see when the convention is happening and what’s worth seeing there. It’s definitely not a requirement to be a certifiable geek on a topic. Location: Seattle, WA Dates: TBA (likely Labor Day Weekend 2017, September 1-4) Ticket price: – 0 (Registration will likely open Spring 2017.
Other goodness that’s in store for you: a library full of all the tabletop gaming you can possibly cram into one weekend, massive gaming industry panels, one helluva big exhibit hall, and probably the single most epic gaming tournament ever.With the advent of mobile devices, it’s becoming easier than ever to self-publish your own games. Visit Indie Cade for a jam-packed weekend of game development education for all ages, a 10-game arcade tournament, the chance to try out 27 top independent games, and much more.Location: Los Angeles, CA Dates: June 13-15, 2017 Ticket price: 5 (and only if you can prove you’re a gaming industry professional) Great for: Rubbing elbows with industry insiders, expanding game business knowledge, learning about upcoming gaming technology Photo by phatfreemiguel (creative commons) I’m calling this a “bonus round” because attendance is tightly reserved for industry members only but definitely worth some coverage. It’s where gaming news not only breaks, but E3 is where news is created.E3 started cracking down on the fandom attendance to get it back to its insider industry roots.It’s tough as nails to get in without knowing the right people.