OrcaCon

12Jan2018
14Jan2018

300 112th Avenue SE Bellevue, Washington 98004

OrcaCon 2018's focus is on highlighting games and art created and published by Indigenous voices in the tabletop games industry.

At Bellevue Hilton

300 112th Avenue SE Bellevue, Washington 98004

$45 – $250

OrcaCon / info@orcacon.org

OrcaCon is a tabletop games convention, which includes board and card games, role-playing games, and miniature games. OrcaCon is focused on creating a safe and welcoming space for promoting the tabletop games hobby, supporting diversity in tabletop games, and building a community of both novice and experience game players.

OrcaCon is excited to offer a wide variety of panels and workshops. We have a great line up of Guests of Honor and Special Guests, and we are looking for more folks to talk about their gaming passions. We’re looking for game industry professionals, community leaders, and other smart folks who love to talk about games.

In particular, we’re interested in talks and workshops about the game industry, inclusive design, game development, and more. We have limited space so the process can be very competitive. We’re always looking for a good balance of skills and specialties, and therefore might turn down impressively qualified people if their skill set overlaps too much with other people we’ve already invited.

Attending Ronins

Joseph Carriker, Crystal Frasier, Jaym Gates, Steve Kenson, Nicole Lindroos, Chris Pramas, Evan Sass, Marc Schmalz, 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.