Arthell Isom, the CEO of Tokyo-based D'ART Shtajio and the half-Japanese Tokyo-based journalist Roland Nozomu Kelts, will take part in a discussion about race in anime.
On this page, you will find Geek Native's latest convention coverage. Articles talk about convention announcements, cancelled conventions or even new conventions. Online or physical conventions are both covered.
There's $20,000 set aside to reward people who make the time to try an build a D&D adventure in the Core system. The top prize is a $5,000 Amazon gift card.
Gen Con reports that 40,000 people took part in 2020's online convention and that there were nearly 7,000 different events.
A Geek Native survey shows a great deal of uncertainty around attending a convention in 2021.
We have Virtually Expo this year rather than the twice COVID-19 struck UK Games Expo but that does not mean the UKGE Awards aren't going ahead.
The internet gathering will be a chance to meet cast and creators from “So I’m a Spider, So What”, “The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter”, and “Rent-a-Girlfriend”.
Last year, at the UKGE, Asmodee brought over 150 staff to talk about (and sell) over 100 different games.
Running just one game will get you $10 in credit at the Arc Dream store.
NerdBurger Games, the makers of the Roaring Twenties themed superhero game Capers, Murders & Acquisitions and the GM-less Die Laughing horror-comedy has announced a convention of their own from August 14 to 16th.
AlbaCon is a two-day event, kicking off on 3rd of October and running to the 4th.