CALLING ALL GAME MASTERS
You can get into G.A.M.E. EXPO for FREE when you pre-schedule games! Without your help in running games, we would not have a gaming convention. As our way of saying “Thanks” we offer GMs free entry! See the process details below.
This last year, we are keeping this simple. Preschedule a MINIMUM of 4 or MORE hours of gaming, and you get in free. You are welcome to schedule more, but 4 hours is the minimum.
Please allow starting and ending times for your games. If your game is 1 hour long. Schedule a 2 hour block. This allows for set-up, players to get to your game, and closing down & resetting table. Please start and end games within your block of time.
GM Registration Deadline is OCTOBER 7, 2022.
We will be finalizing schedules and getting programs printed. Any gaming opportunities after this date will be “pick-up games” during the 3 days of G.A.M.E. Pick-up games do not qualify for a free GM badge.
TABLE & NUMBER OF PLAYERS
Pre-scheduled games have assigned table numbers. Pick-up games will be assigned a table number by HQ during the event.
PLEASE DO NOT walk up to an “empty table” and set-up a game. Go to Gaming HQ and ask for a table. We will find someplace for you to play provided we have the space. An “empty” table might have a game starting in the next few minutes and then you’d have to move.
We do our best to provide space for all types of gaming. Generally we have single long tables and double long tables. In SOME cases we can put tables of 3 and 4 together.
Available table arrangements are:
- 1 table for up to 6 players
- 2 tables for more than 6 players
- 3-4 tables would be for large groups (more than 10 players)
Games larger than 20 players, we will not be able to accommodate. You’ll need to break these games into smaller groups.
We are very accommodating to pick-up and prescheduled games, but tables must be assigned by GAME HQ. If you grab tables and chairs your game will not be allowed to be run. Thanks for you patience and understanding.
GAME REGISTRATION PROCESS
Flip through this slideshow to review the process.