Club Fantasci Announces FLGS TV

Just about every FLGS I’ve been in has a couple TVs in it, usually playing material based on games that they’ve got for sale. Or maybe it’s just some geeky stuff that the customers love (I don’t know how many times I saw The Gamers while hanging out at The Fantasy Shop, St. Charles). Well, David Lowry over at Club Fantasci has created FLGS TV, a new service to help inform game store shoppers of all the cool products that are available therein.

From the announcement:

FLGS TV was created to help retailers sell more board games, by turning existing in-store TV monitors into dynamic Point of Sale merchandising.
Partnering with game publishers to create simple, 30 second TV ads, highlighting their most current titles, FLGS TV provides a cost-free, completely customizable stream of board game ‘eye candy’ to intrigue shoppers and drive inquiries at your counter. The ad stream is easily and quickly tailored to the specific needs of each retailer, showing only those games they currently have in stock or may wish to showcase as ‘Coming Soon.’
Created by two industry insiders, FLGS TV provides affordable marketing for the publisher who wishes to support their brick & mortar retailers with effective, compelling, in-store content to help drive sales


  • Thank you very much 🙂

  • Andrew Franke

    Club Fantasci Rocks I hope this takes off. David and crew are really talented.,

  • Michael Dee

    Is this just for boardgames or?

    • No. It will have RPG’s, #miniatures, accessories to start. We have already been asked to move into the comics industry as well.

      • Michael Dee


        I ask because you have things like: Your name
        FLGS TV-The Board Game Retail TV Network

        FLGS TV: the in-store TV Network, dedicated to driving sales of more board games.

        • Cross

          Fixed it:

          FLGS TV – The Board Game, Card Game(CCG, LCG and other), Dice Game, Roleplaying Game (not LARP), Miniature Game also maybe Comic, Action Figures and Accessories for the above, Retail TV Network.

          More accurate, but not so catchy as a tag-line. I think I’d stick with the original.

          Seriously though, FLGS TV looks like a great idea, I look forward to seeing it develop.

          • Thank you very much 🙂

          • Michael Dee

            Fixed it:

            FLGS TV – The Gaming Retail TV Network

            I’m even going to assume that when asked is this just for boardgames the response of
            “No. It will have RPG’s, #miniatures, accessories to start.”
            Was in addition to boardgames…

            It would make even less sense to promote yourself as The Board Game Retail TV Network and not actually promote boardgames.