TsunamiCon 2015 Up On Kickstarter
TsunamiCon is looking to wash over Wichita, Kansas, but they need your help to do so. The convention is going to be held on October 23-25 at the Wichita Holiday Inn. They’re gonna have all sorts of board game and card game events, RPGs, LARPs, and even cosplay contests and a VIG Lounge. If you want to try a little bit of whatever, they have an extensive gaming library you can check out games from.
The campaign is set to run for another 42 days.
From the campaign:
In 2014, the Prismatic Tsunami gaming community launched our very first tabletop gaming convention in the great city of Wichita. TsunamiCon is the city’s only major gaming con, with lots of room for tabletop games – board games, card games, miniatures, and RPGs – organized tournaments, LARPs!, exclusive RPG events, a dealer hall, cosplay contest, panels, a VIG lounge, plenty of swag and prizes, and fantastic live entertainment, including the return of our MC’s, Beard and Bean, and the musical genius of comedy rock star Mikey Mason!
Our team encompasses decades of experience in running live gaming events and includes a staff of experienced gamers and game masters of every ilk. We offer preregistration for numerous games and plenty of open gaming opportunities. Attendees can get in on some old school RPG action or sit down and try something new. We also have access to a sizable library of hobby games and knowledgeable folk to help you get started. It’s a great event for novice gamers and old veterans alike!
TsunamiCon 2015 will be held October 23rd, 24th and 25th at the Wichita Holiday Inn, surrounded by great restaurants and plenty of shopping opportunities, including the city’s largest shopping mall. Attendees will have access to special room rates at the hotel, as well as some exciting opportunities to participate in organized con-related events (pub crawl, anyone!?).
We have the entire convention center for the weekend, around 10,000 square feet that can be broken up to meet our needs. And we want YOU to help us determine how we’re going to use it. The bigger the project gets, the bigger the con. We learned a lot from our first-year event, and we intend to build on our success and make this year’s con experience even better.