SkullSplitter Dice Releases Huge New List of the World’s Best Gaming Conventions
With interest in games like Dungeons and Dragons growing explosively, new list of conventions will help many take the pastime to the next level, SkullSplitter Dice reports
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – September 2, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Tabletop games like Dungeons and Dragons are more popular than ever before, and it has now become easier to find the best Gaming Conventions anywhere. SkullSplitter Dice, a veteran-owned, family-operated gaming accessories company, has put together the industry’s most comprehensive list of local, regional, and national gaming gatherings all over the world.
While many are familiar with large-scale events like Gencon and PAX, most areas also host well-attended gaming conventions that are considerably more accessible. With so many now learning to How To Play Dungeons and Dragons and other tabletop games, heading to a local convention to connect with others has become something of a rite of passage.
The new SkullSplitter Dice list of gaming conventions covers everything from small, low-key events to major ones that typically welcome tens of thousands of gamers. Already the longest list to be found anywhere, it will be regularly expanded and updated in the future.
“We’re happy to report that we’ve just published our giant list of gaming conventions,” said SkullSplitter Dice founder Ted Cory. “I’ve been an avid tabletop gamer for almost 30 years, and a big part of the reason for that is simply that the community is so terrific. From headline events like PAX, Gen Con, and Dragon Con to the many smaller gatherings that are found all over the world, fans of tabletop gaming love to get together at conventions. Our huge new list of the best conventions is sure to be of interest to passionate tabletop gamers everywhere. Stop by the SkullSplitter Dice website to have a look, and feel free to nominate your favorite convention for inclusion.”
The tabletop role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons was created by Midwesterners Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax in the early 1970s, with the first official set of rules being published by TSR in 1974. Taking much of its inspiration from miniatures-based war games that had been around for many years, Dungeons and Dragons brought a new and more complex type of gaming into the mainstream for the first time.
More than 40 years later, the tabletop gaming industry has been enjoying an equally significant recent surge in popular appeal and influence. A GamesIndustry.biz report from last October, for example, described how tabletop games have been topping the charts at crowd-funding sites like Kickstarter and setting sales records with every passing year.
The new SkullSplitter Dice list of the best tabletop gaming conventions will therefore be of great interest to many. The list is available now at the SkullSplitter Dice website, where many other free, informative, gaming-related resources can also be found.
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