Gen Con 2018

02Aug2018
05Aug2018

100 S. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana

Gen Con is the original, longest-running gaming convention in the world!

At Indiana Convention Center

100 S. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana

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With 500+ exhibiting companies from the game industry, award-winning authors and artists, costumed attendees, more than 19,000 events, a Family Fun Pavilion, and the debut of exciting new games, Gen Con truly is The Best Four Days in Gaming™!

Experience the Time of your Life!

For more than 50 years, Gen Con has created a home for games and for more than a decade, it has brought its unique atmosphere to Indianapolis. With numerous programs and events for those of every interest, Gen Con has something for everyone! Here's just a sampling of what you can expect:

  • A sold-out Exhibit Hall with hundreds of game companies
  • More than 16,500 events
  • A Costume Contest
  • An Art Show featuring the world's best illustrators
  • The Writer's Symposium and Authors' Avenue, including New York Times Best-Selling authors
  • A Digital Gaming area with arcades, unique imports, and retro games
  • A Film Festival that awards prizes to winning submissions
  • Fresh, hard-to-find anime selections
  • Giant balloon sculpture
  • A beer garden with late night hours
  • 40+ food trucks from top local vendors
  • Panels and seminars with Industry Insiders
  • The massive, long-running True Dungeon
  • A vibrant Family Fun Pavilion with kids events all weekend long
  • Bands and on-site music

And of course, there are more games than anyone could count! Check in soon for more news and program updates!

Attending Ronins

Joseph Carriker, Crystal Frasier, Jaym Gates, Kara Hamilton, Steve Kenson, Nicole Lindroos, Hal Mangold, Jack Norris, Chris Pramas, Evan Sass, Marc Schmalz, Malcolm Sheppard, Owen K.C. Stephens, Dylan Templar, Veronica Templar, and Barry Wilson

Our Events Director, Veronica Templar was born and raised in the 1880s, before accidentally falling through a time hole. Her hobbies include repurposing aluminum foil, organizing ALL the things, and owning fabulous shoes. She divides her time between the past, present, and future, and has twenty seven cats between the various time lines. When Veronica is not out fighting crime, she goes out and fights even more crime, because that’s what heroes do.