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  • 1d4Con - Annual con held in Northern Virginia by the 1d4cast Podcast team. Offers tabletop rpgs, card games, board games, LARPs and miniature games.
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  • Ancient City Con - Annual anime, comic book, gaming, and science fiction convention held in Jacksonville, Florida.
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  • AnCon - (Another Game Convention) Held annually in the Cleveland / Akron OH area in the late spring. Includes rpgs, indie gaming, board gaming and a gaming room for children.
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  • Archon - Annual science fiction and fantasy convention in the St. Louis, Missouri area with a large gaming section.
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  • BASHCon - An annual three-day gaming convention hosted by The University of Toledo in Ohio.
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  • BPA World Boardgaming Championships - The World Boardgaming Championships, held annually in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and sponsored by the Boardgame Players Association. The convention runs 100 boardgame tournaments. It also has a separate set of tournaments for children and preteens.
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  • Carnage on the Mountain - An annual tabletop gaming convention the first weekend in November in the upper Connecticut River Valley of Vermont. Features role-playing games, historical and fantasy miniatures, CCGs, board gaming, and LARPs.
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  • CharCon - Annual gaming convention held in Charleston, West Virginia.
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  • ChimaeraCon - Annual game and fandom event in San Antonio, Texas
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  • ChupacabraCon - Austin, Texas convention featuring roleplaying, tabletop games, panels, special guests, vendors and more. Held in January.
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  • Cod Con - Held in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, in April. Events include Dominion, Dungeons and Dragons, Live Action Role Playing, video games and board games.
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  • CogCon - Held each September, in Rolla, Missouri. Includes: roleplaying, CCGs, wargames, and computer games.
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  • Con in the Castle - Annual spring convention held at Ravenwood Castle in New Plymouth, OH. Held to benefit the Child's Play charity. Offers board games and rpgs, as well as, a medieval style dinner on Saturday night.
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  • Con of the North - Non-profit, all volunteer games convention held annually in St. Paul, Minnesota. Roleplaying, war, board, miniatures, collectable card, and computer games.
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  • Con*Stellation - An annual science fiction convention held in Huntsville, AL which is sponsored by the North Alabama Science Fiction Association. It features a full line of events from gaming to panel discussions.
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  • ConnCon - Annual game convention in Stamford, Connecticut. Includes many systems of role playing and war games. Features a number of ongoing campaigns.
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  • DieCon - Game convention located in the St. Louis, Missouri area. Its purpose is to promote adventure gaming in the Midwest. Features RPGA, RPG, miniature, board and collectable card games.
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  • Double Exposure (DexCon, Dreamation, Metatopia) - Trio of game cons run by Double Exposure in Morristown, NJ. DexCon is traditionally 4th of July weekend and Dreamation is traditionally Presidents Day weekend in February. Metatopia is a game designers' convention where attendees are play testers of new games for the weekend.
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  • Dragon*Con - The world's largest fantasy/SF convention, held annually in Atlanta, GA, on Labor Day weekend.
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  • Dragonflight - Annual convention held in August in Bellevue, Washington, featuring board games, miniatures, roleplaying, RPGA, CCGs, computer games, and an auction.
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  • DunDraCon - A February convention in San Ramon, California. Featuring board games, miniatures, card games, LARP, roleplaying, and SCA.
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  • EconoCon - Convention in April at PSU in Plymouth, NH every year. Games include RPGs, board games, LARP, panels, and anime viewing.
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  • Erie Days of Games (EDOG) - Annual fall con in Erie, PA. Offers board games, card games and miniatures games.
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  • Fields of Honor - A gaming convention held in Des Moines, Iowa. Includes board games, war games, role playing games and card games.
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  • FIRE & ICE - Held in Wisconsin every February since 2001, Fire & Ice attracts board, card, miniature and role-playing gamers from around the state and the midwest.
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  • FlatCon - Annual gaming convention located in Bloomington, Illinois. A variety of roleplaying, miniature, board, and card games and tournaments are represented. Vendor range from Anime, gaming, fantasy gifts, and comics.
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  • Game Days - Held annually in the spring (March/April) in Timonium, Maryland. Offers four days of open gaming.
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  • Gamehole Con - Annual fall convention in Madison, WI. Features table top gaming of all sorts including role playing games, board games, collectible card games as well as, fantasy and historical minis.
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  • GameStorm - Annual social and strategic game convention. Held in March in Vancouver, Washington.
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  • Gamicon - Annual game fair held in Iowa City, Iowa. Offers roleplaying, CCGs, board and strategy games, miniatures events, and live-action roleplaying games (LARPs), as well as special guests, an auction, and free pop all weekend (That's soda, for those not from the mid-west).
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  • Gary Con - Annual spring con held in Lake Geneva, WI to honor the memory of E. Gary Gygax. Offers both modern and old school role playing games, an open gaming room and a board game room.
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  • Gen Con - Annual summer convention in Indianapolis. Considered the main US game convention of the year.
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  • Gnome Con - Annual science fiction/fantasy and gaming convention in Savannah, GA. A majority of their profits are donated to a local library to promote literacy.
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  • Guns of August / Williamsburg Muster - The Hampton Roads Wargamers host two annual wargame conventions in Williamsburg, Virginia. Guns of August is their summer con and the Williamsburg Muster is their winter convention.
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  • Heat of Battle - A wargaming convention presented by (and held within) The National World War II Museum in New Orleans, LA. Gaming opportunities span all theaters and years of WWII: land, sea and air.
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  • HMGS-South - Historical miniature gaming society that hosts both RECON and HURRICON in Orlando, Florida.
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  • I-Con - Annual convention held in September in Springfield, Illinois.
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  • InConJunction - Science fiction/fantasy convention with a strong gaming track. Includes events such as roleplaying, miniatures, and collectible card gaming, tournaments with prizes, RPGA events. Indianapolis, IN. July.
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  • KantCon - Annual gaming convention in Kansas City during the month of July.
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  • KublaCon - Held annually in May, in Burlingame, California. Offers scheduled and open gaming, a large dealers room, seminars and other special events.
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  • LexiCon - A three day table top gaming convention held in Lexington KY, in early May. Featuring game designers and new games.
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  • Lunacon - Long running genre convention in New York, featuring Anime, Gaming, LARPing, dances, parties, panels, a costume contest, Rocky Horror, Filk, writers workshops, and meetups. Held in March.
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  • Lvl Up Expo - Las Vegas Video Game Convention covering gaming (both tabletop and video), anime, & comics. Held in February.
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  • MACE - Held in North Carolina. Featuring LARPs, roleplay, board, card and miniature games.
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  • Madicon - Annual science fiction, fantasy and gaming convention run by the Science Fiction Fantasy Guild of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.
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  • Mag Con - Annual game convention featuring board gaming, card games and role-playing games in the Houston, Texas area. All proceeds go to support a local charity.
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  • Marmalade Dog - Held each year by the Western Michigan Gamers Guild (WMGG) on the campus of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Features role-playing games, collectible card games, board games, special events and guests.
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  • MEPACON - Mid Eastern Pennsylvania Gaming Convention - Twice annual (Spring and Fall) gaming convention held in Clark Summit, Pennsylvania. Features board games, card games, roleplaying games, LARPs, and miniature gaming.
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  • MOBICON - Annual fantasy and gaming convention in Mobile, Alabama. Features roleplaying, board, miniature, computer, and collectible card games, live action roleplaying, and anime rooms.
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  • MomoCon - Multi-genre convention for fans of Japanese Anime, American Animation, table top gaming and video games. Over 12,000 attendees come together annually in Atlanta, GA to celebrate their passion by costuming / cosplay, browsing the huge exhibitors hall, gaming (video gaming, board gaming, card gaming, role playing) and meeting the celebrity voice talent, designers, and writers behind their favorite shows and games.
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  • Monster Con - Annual game convention featuring horror themed games held in October in Yakima, Washington.
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  • Nuke-Con - Supported by a not-for-profit group that promotes the positive educational, creative, and social benefits of gaming, through the yearly convention and monthly events and located in Omaha, Nebraska.
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  • Origins Game Fair - Strategic war simulations, board games, card games, and miniatures. Held in Columbus, Ohio.
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  • PentaCon - Long running convention in Indiana, held in early November each year and including roleplaying and live action RPG, miniatures, board games, and networked computer games, plus seminars and a dealers area.
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  • Phoenix Comicon - Comic book and anime convention held in June features gaming tournaments--console, CCG, and tabletop games. Includes FAQs.
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  • PolyCon - Held annually at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, California. Offers role playing, board games, wargames, and collectible card games.
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  • PortConMaine.Com - An anime/gaming convention for Portland, Maine. A yearly convention.
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  • Prezcon - Held in February, in Charlottesville, Virginia. Board games, miniatures and CCGs.
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  • Queen City Conquest - Annual summer gaming con in Niagara Falls, NY. Includes role playing games, war games, board games, and collectible card games.
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  • RetCon - Annual summer con on Long Island in NY. Offers board games, miniature games, RPGs, and CCGs.
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  • RinCon - Annual fall convention in Tucson, AZ. Presented by the Southern Arizona Gamers Association (SAGA).
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  • RunningGAGG - Annual winter convention on the campus of SUNY Geneseo. Hosted by the Geneseo Area Gaming Group and offering role playing events, warhammer tournaments, collectible card games, console games, a vendor room, and charity auction.
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  • ShaunCon - Roleplaying, miniatures, card, and LARP games presented by the Role-Players Guild of Kansas City, Ltd, in November.
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  • Siege of Augusta - Annual winter war game convention hosted by HMGS MidSouth in Augusta, GA.
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  • Spring Offensive - Annual gaming convention sponsored by Tri-County Gaming Association and held at Illinois Central College in East Peoria, Illinois. It hosts role-playing, miniature, board, and collectible card games.
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  • Storm - Con - Summer table top game convention with over 3500 sq feet of gaming space. Held annually in Summerville, South Carolina.
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  • Strategicon - Offers an array of family, historical, fantasy, and science fiction board, card, computer, miniatures, and roleplaying games in Los Angeles, California at the LAX Radisson. Runs three annual conventions: Orccon over Presidents Day Weekend, Gamex over Memorial Day Weekend and Gateway over Labor Day Weekend.
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  • Tennessee Game Days - A three day board and card game convention held annually in Nashville, Tennessee.
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  • TheWarStore Weekend - Annual fall war game con in New Jersey. Hosted by TheWarStore (Southold, NY)
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  • TooManyGames - Annual summer video game and board game convention in the Philadelphia area.
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  • Total Confusion - Annual convention held in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Includes roleplaying games, LARPS, miniature, board and card games, painting contest, and art shows.
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  • U•Con Gaming Convention - Held in Ann Arbor, MI, in November. Roleplaying games, CCGs, board games, miniatures, train games, LARP, dealers' room, auction, and specialty gaming tracks.
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  • WillyCon - Fantasy, Science Fiction and gaming convention held annually at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. Hosted by the Wayne State College Science Fiction and Fantasy Club.
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  • Winter Fantasy - Held annually in January, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Includes role playing, board games, MtG, and special guests.
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  • Winter War - Annual war game convention in Champaign, Illinois. Their core is historical miniatures, but they also offer a wide variety of board games and role-playing games, as well as Magic tournaments, dealers, and a live auction.
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  • WinterCon - Annual Winter gaming convention held in Rochester, Michigan, hosted by the Metro Detroit Gamers. Includes: board games, miniature games, role playing games, collectible card games, LARPs and other popular games.
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  • WOLFCON - Features board games, RPG's, mini's, computer games, a games auction, and prizes.
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