2018 Tabletop Gaming Conventions Map

2018 tabletop gaming conventions

Gaming conventions are a great way to find awesome new games, connect with other gamers, and even get feedback on your own designs. Good things happen when gamers gather together!

Fortunately, hundreds of board game cons large and small are happening all over the world in 2018. We have put together this map to allow you to easily find gaming conventions near you!

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If you would like to view the source data, click on the button below. The spreadsheet is read-only, so you can sort and filter the spreadsheet without affecting anyone else. You are also free to download a copy if you wish.

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What if I need to update data?

If you are an event organizer or you would like to help us keep the data up-to-date, click on the "View Only" button within the spreadsheet and click "Request Edit Access." We will approve of new editors on a case-by-case basis. Please do not email us or comment about changes that need to be made — we ask that you make the changes yourself. If you have edit permissions, please do not sort or filter the data in any way.

 

Avonelle Wing
Avonelle Wing's picture

This spreadsheet is SO useful to me; I reference it several times a month. 

 

Your January listings are wonky - many of the conventions listed there happened in fall 2017. Would it be helpful if I made a list? How can I contribute to what you provide? 

I was not sure how to add a new convention to the map, but 

Hexacon is a board gaming / RPG convention coming up in January 19-21, 2018 near Denver CO 

 

It's at the Ramada North Denver. 

10 E 120th Ave. Denver, CO 80233

Chris James's picture
Site Admin
Member Since: 04/27/2012

Thanks for the feedback! If you see data that needs to be updated, please follow the instructions above under the heading "What if I need to update data?" In almost all cases, we are willing to grant access to edit the spreadsheet.

We would really appreciate your help making our data the best it can be. There will always be holes, so we depend on our users to help provide updates.

Chris,

Great idea.  I did something similar 4 or 5 months ago when trying to determine which conventions to visit to promote our game.

Consider using Google's My Maps to import the spreadsheet so the map is fully interactive.  I took the liberty of creating one to show you what it could look like.  I added a "Focus Short" column to the database so My Maps can categorize the cons by type.

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/viewer?mid=1V07fj7OD5kqAyzwzOaAQ2ZzuJ1q78-wq&ll=25.963620305093613%2C-42.36642914999982&z=2

I was looking through the spreadsheet and the month for IndieCade East is incorrect. The spreadsheet lists it in April when it's going to be in February for 2018.

Margaret
Avonelle Wing's picture

I clicked on Boston and didn’t see PAX East in April. It has a whole table top section that runs till midnight every day if the con