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Scheduling...?

gcwebbergcwebber PhiladelphiaRegistered User new member
Howdy, new to Pax cons but not new to cons generally. I'm interested in running some board game demos and am wondering how to submit them so they're on the schedule when it's published?

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  • whypick1whypick1 PAX [E] Info Booth Manager ~2' from an LCDRegistered User regular
    Paging @Gundabad

    Is it PAX <insert nearest future PAX here> yet?
  • GundabadGundabad PAX East & Unplugged Tabletop Manager NJRegistered User regular
    Unlike most tabletop con, PAX does not list scheduled events submitted by individual attendees. In addition, game demos are never included in the PAX schedule, as that is considered a walk-up activity, not a scheduled one.

    Closer to PAX, there is a community-run game scheduling GeekList on BoardGameGeek.com (I can make a thread here sharing that and other links once live), which you can use to arrange games with other attendees.

    If you are interested in demoing, there are many exhibitors who will be in search of demo team members closer to the event.

    zerzhul
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