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Many conventions are being cancelled as a result of COVID-19. It is recommended you check the convention's website before making plans for attendance.

Game Conventions

White Plains, NY
Jun 6-7, 2020
Bristol, TN
Jun 13-14, 2020
Jun 14, 2020
Charlotte, NC
Jun 19-21, 2020
Evansville, IN
Jun 20-21, 2020
Evansville, IN
Jun 20-21, 2020
Jun 20-21, 2020
Villepinte, IDF
Jul 2, 2020
Columbiana, AL
Jul 2-5, 2020
Miami, FL
Jul 4-5, 2020
Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 9-12, 2020
Jul 10-12, 2020
Jul 10-12, 2020
Frankfort, KY
Jul 11, 2020
Jul 13-17, 2020
Jul 13-17, 2020
Houston, TX
Jul 17-19, 2020
Overland Park, KS
Jul 17-19, 2020
Winston-Salem, NC
Jul 17-19, 2020
Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia
Jul 18-19, 2020
Springdale, AR
Jul 24-26, 2020
New Orleans, LA
Jul 24-26, 2020
Jul 28-30, 2020
Las Vegas, NV
Jul 30-Aug 2, 2020
Indianapolis, IN
Jul 30-Aug 2, 2020
Aug 2, 2020
Cache County Event Center, South 500 West, Logan, UT, USA
Aug 28-29, 2020
Sep 11-13, 2020
Kohala Coast, HI
Sep 24-27, 2020
Oaks, PA
Sep 26-27, 2020
Bloomington, IL
Oct 9-11, 2020
Portland, ME
Oct 10, 2020
Buena Park, CA
Oct 17, 2020
New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Nov 6-8, 2020
Fort Myers, FL
Nov 22, 2020
Hyatt Place Fort Lee/George Washington Bridge
Mar 13-14, 2021
Minneapolis, MN
May 26-28, 2023
Minneapolis, MN
May 24-26, 2024

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What are gaming conventions?

Game conventions are events that bring together several gamers to participate in various types of gaming. Some game conventions focus on video gaming, with huge tournaments and prizes, while others center around pen and paper roleplaying games. Several large gaming cons, such as E3 and PAX, tend to focus around video gaming, with producers and game developers attending to show off their latest creations. Most other game cons are smaller events with a focus around table top games, however some smaller shows also focus on video gaming. There are also many conventions based in other genres that have a significant gaming emphasis, such as Dragon*con.
Some things you might play at gaming cons are games like Munchkin from Steve Jackson games. Board games like this are more popular in the 'open gaming' areas, while tournaments usually revolve around more complex strategy-type board games like Dominion. Bigger conventions, or other event types that have a smaller gaming sections usually focus instead on video games like Rock Band shown above. Most events we list as gaming cons will feature multiple different types of gaming tournaments, either board games or video games. Check the convention's website to find out which type of gaming the event focuses on.