Colorado Gamers Con is an annual get-together of the Colorado community of tabletop gamers. Held at the Haunted Game Cafe in Fort Collins, CGC is a way to meet some people, play some games, and participate in something particularly special: Extra Life, the yearly gaming marathon that helps heal kids. This year, CGC is holding a silent auction, bringing in some special guests, and giving you a chance to be a hero among heroes. Get your ticket and join our team.
Your $20 ticket guarantees you a spot at one of our gaming tables for the duration of the convention and the Extra Life marathon, starting with the store opening at 10 am on November 5, 2016. It’ll be all gaming, all day – you can bring your favorite game or play one of ours. 100% of the ticket sales go to the Colorado Children’s Hospital. Spots are limited (only 40 lucky gamers will get in), so purchase your ticket today!
What’s the point of a convention if you don’t get a chance to interact with the all-stars of your fandom? We’re no exception, which is why we’ve invited our favorite gaming personalities – the reviewers, podcasters, and game designers who bring that extra sparkle to the industry. Currently we’ve got them duking it out with a cupful of dice for their chance to attend. This we can guarantee: you won’t want to miss whoever wins the day.
Extra Life is an amazing fundraiser that is simple in its gameplay. It works like this: You recruit sponsors and supporters. You pick your favorite game. You play ’til you drop. The money your sponsors pledge goes to support your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. CGC is a great place to spend your Extra Life day. Join our team and play through the day and night, for the benefit of the Colorado Children’s Hospital.
A fantastic charity, playing games to help kids! What could be better? HGC is a fantastic venue and support for this event. Come help us help kids!!
I had a great time supporting a great cause! HGC provided lots of opportunities to play different games throughout the day. The only problem was that too many people had bedtimes before 5 AM. 🙂