#gamesondemand #paxeast #fencingandarcherydotcom
Originally shared by Kira Magrann
Diversity Scholarship Application for Origins – Games on Demand
Please apply even if you’re not sure, we’d like to see your face!
We’ve been so successful with our campaign to raise money! Thank you so much for the community support for diversity at our Games on Demand event at Origins. It’s still running til the end of the month here: https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/help-games-on-demand-bring-diversity-to-origins
Here’s part 2 of the initiative!
Are you a woman identifying, person of color, or LGBTQ oriented human who would like to attend Origins and volunteer for Games on Demand?
Would you like some monetary support to attend? APPLY FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP HERE:
Check out our fundraiser for Origins!
Originally shared by Kira Magrann
Please Spread the Word
We’ve been trying really hard to get more diversity to our lovely Games on Demand event at Origins Game Fair in Columbus, Ohio. This year, Jay Treat has organized a fund raiser to help us do exactly that. As we all know, cost is one of the biggest barriers for women, people of color, and lgbtq folx to attend conventions. Help us bring them to Origins 2016 so they can run games, network with industry professionals, and have a blast at Games on Demand.
GoD at PAX South
Hey everyone! Who here is interested in seeing Games on Demand at PAX South? Andi Carrison would like to help us make that happen!
“I manage the Tabletop department for PAX South, and I’m looking to find the right folk to lead and coordinate a Games on Demand presence there. Last year (its inaugural year), there was no GoD at PAX South. I want to remedy that going forward, as it’s important to me that GoD has a presence at PAX. In short, I’d like to invite GoD to PAX South.
PAX South is January 29th-31st in San Antonio, TX at the Henry B
Gonzalez Convention Center. I’d love to talk about what this could look like.”
So who’s interested in stepping up to make this happen?
Originally shared by Michael Godesky
Games on Demand. #gaspcon
The Indie+ team organized a Google Hangout panel discussion about Games on Demand. It aired live on Sep 19, 2015 and featured Rich Rogers moderating a conversation with Kristin Firth, Evan Torner, Renee Knipe, Ross Cowman, Natalie Holt, and Steve Segedy.
“At big cons like GenCon, Origins and PAX, as well as little gaming conventions, brave souls organize and sign up to run games on demand. Why do they do this thing? How do they pull it off?”
Games on Demand will once again be running a slate of excellent games at PAX Prime this year. The show runs from August 28th-31st in Seattle, WA. The event will take place in room 305 on the third floor of the convention center again this year and we’ll be co-located with Gamma Ray Games to make it easy to grab a copy of the games you’ve played.
New games will begin each day at the following times:
Thurs-Sun 10am, 1pm, 4pm, 7pm
Monday 10am, 1pm, 4pm
If you have questions, just send us a message and let us know!
114 Unique Games were played at Gen Con this year!
Games with Most Player Hours
- Dungeon World 248
- The Warren 144
- Fate Core 108
- Fiasco 102
- The Sprawl 88
- Project: Dark 80
- Worlds in Peril 76
- Monsterhearts 76
for example, a 4-hour game with 3 people is 12 player hours
There were 910 volunteer hours recorded at the show.
758 hours for Facilitators
152 hours for Hosts
For a full list of games played by number of sessions, see below:
In just two days, starting at 10am on Thursday, the Games on Demand crew will be running a huge selection of their favorite games! If you’ll be at Gen Con, come join us in the Marriott Downtown Hotel, Ballroom 6 on the second floor!
What games are we running? See for yourself!
(Fair warning, the tabletop PDF is nearly 7MB because it’s packed full of games.)
Follow @Games_On_Demand on Twitter for news during the show. We hope to see you there!
Are you going to be at Gen Con next week? Would you like to know where to demo, play, and buy all the great independent and small press games? Check out our Indie Games Explosion map!
Feel free to download this image and print it out to show your friends where you’ll be at the show.
Thanks to John Stavropolous for putting this map together.