Event Registration Open for Dungeon Con Online!

The Time to Submit Events for Dungeon Con Online is Now!

Dungeon Con Online is just weeks away and now is the time to submit your event(s). We are looking for Judges and DMs to run games, host twitch shows, even give seminars — and if that sounds like you, head on over to our Event Submission Page and reserve your time slot now.

Dungeon Con Online

Join us on May 28-31 for a weekend of games, seminars, streaming, and more! There will be 5E D&D games for new players and experienced players. We will have gaming on Saturday and Sunday, and Friday and Monday will have seminars and Twitch programming!

The convention is not centered around the Goodman Games 5E publications – all publishers are welcome! There will be a dealers hall and artist alley, as well. This convention is open to all game systems, but the focus will be D&D.

Our Twitch Schedule and Vendor Lineup have not yet been finalized, so be sure to check back with us for the latest news!

Event Submission Key Facts

For this convention, we have a freeform schedule. All times are available except for noon – 1 pm EST and 6 – 7 pm EST each day, which we have reserved for visiting our Dealers Hall and Artists Alley in the Citadel, so this should allow for more flexibility in scheduling. Find the Dungeon Con Online schedule for gaming here!

We will also have some rooms available in our Citadel for hosting your events, so if you would like to use our location for hosting, let us know when you submit the event.

Event Submission Directions:

Please read and follow the Dungeon Con Online Code of Conduct.

Please submit all RPG events as Silver RPGs. They’ll be changed to Gold or Electrum later if needed after approval. We will have gaming events on Saturday and Sunday during this convention. Twitch events and seminars will also take place on Friday and Monday.

Please fill out all of the fields and give descriptions (there is space for an optional long description – please use that!) when submitting events you wish to run. We especially need to know your game system, and if they fit one of our special interest tracks!

We ask for an email and an alternate contact method (such as Discord name to use on our SoCC channels) for Judges, so players may contact you. For privacy, you may wish to create a different email / other contact method than your personal one to use for contacting your players – just make sure it is one you will check often, as players frequently join events at the last minute and will need to know where to log on for your event.

Please make sure you are contacting your players early and often to confirm the details of your events!

Perks of Running Events

And once again, if you submit at least 2 events, we’ll give you a badge to the convention for $10 off, 3 events will get you $15 off, and 4 or more events will get your badge free. And if you run any events, you get to sign up to participate in other Judges events early, on April 25.

Author: billward

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