I'm Mike, the Event Organizer for a group of independent GM's. Our group is called the Conspiracy of Gamers. If you are considering running events this year, we'd love to have you in our group. I take care of the event submission details, so you can concentrate on your event prep work. We run events in RPG, board and card games, and even some miniatures games. Every event type is welcome. If you're interested, send me a message.
We also have a cool logo. :D
Conspiracy of Gamers EO
Currently running a local library group here in Michigan and a few online games via Roll20. Thinking about attending GenCon with a few of my gaming friends and running a few games!
I don't see much information on here about submitting to run games so I appreciate that you've offered to do some of the grunt work for us newbies ;)
I'm still on the fence about running a playtest of a boardgame or two at Gen Con this year and I'd definitely need help with the registering et al, but there's one thing I'm wondering about: Will the Conspiracy be going the paper-ticket route, e-tickets, just whichever way the GM would want?
Thanks and take it easy.
Hi again Mike
Is there a deadline for submitting events to you?
Of course, there's always next year. :)
Y'know, what the hey. Let's go for it.
How do I get the info to you? And do you think I should change my handle to "Waffleboy"?
Only if you bring maple syrup. :D
Shoot me an email to ConspiracyOfGamers 'at' gmail.
Got it. Welcome aboard!
I have completely brain farted on the idea of running games for someone else. I normally run everything I do under Games on Demand, who won't be present. DUH. Thank you for posting this topic!!!