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Happy New Years from Gen Con!

 

Hello Gen Con Fans!

Happy New Year! What better way to ring in the new year than sharing information about Gen Con Indy 2012. Be prepared as registration and event submission are right around the corner. We are looking forward to sharing this exciting year with you! 

  • Badge Pre-Registration – opens January 29th
  • Pre-Registration Badges – pricing and information
  • Event Submission – opens January 13th
  • RPGs– are moving in 2012

 

 

 

Badge Pre-Registration Opens January 29th

 

It’s that time of year again – time to get ready to buy your Gen Con Indy badge! But first, log into your Gen Con account and make sure everything is up-to-date. Just follow these simple steps: 

  • Go to www.gencon.com/indy
  • Click the “Register Now!” icon on the right side of the page. This will take you to the main Gen Con Registration site.
  • Click “Sign In | Sign Up” at the top of the page.
  • If you don’t already have an account, click “Don’t have an account yet? Create one now!” and enter your information to create a Gen Con account. 
  • If you already have an account, enter your username or email address and password. If you have any trouble, you can use the “Forgot your password?” link or contact Customer Service at customerservice@gencon.com for assistance. 

This year Badge Pre-Registration opens at Noon (Eastern) on Sunday, January 29th. Here are some important things to know:

  • Everyone ages 9 and older will need a badge to attend Gen Con Indy 2012.
  • Buy a badge of your choice when Badge Pre-Registration opens on Sunday, January 29th.
  • Choose a shipping option from the “Cart” page or your purchase will default to Will Call.
  • Book a hotel room through the Housing Bureau reservations portal starting at Noon (Eastern) on Tuesday, January 31st, using the housing code provided with your badge purchase. 
  • Add your friends and family members to your “Friends” list in order to purchase badges and event tickets for them also.

Remember, before the show badges are purchasable online only. We don’t accept email or phone orders for badges or event tickets. 

 

 

 

Pre-Registration Badge Prices

Here’s a reminder of all of our discounted badge prices. Be sure to get yours before Pre-Registration closes and the prices change!

4-Day badge – $70
1-Day badge (Thurs-Sat) – $40
Family Fun badge (Sun) – $30 (available for purchase onsite only)
Family Fun package (Sun) – $40 (available for purchase onsite only)
Trade Day package – $110
VIG package – $540
VIG Companion badge – $110

More information can be found at www.gencon.com/indy under the “Attend” tab. When Pre-Registration closes on June 30th, ship-to-me options will end and badge prices increase, so make sure to purchase your badge early!

 

 

 

Event Submission opens January 13th

 

Event submission for Gen Con 2012 begins on an auspicious date this year: Friday the 13th of January.

Last year blew past every record we’ve ever set and it looks like just about everyone wants to come back bigger and better, so make sure to get your events in the system early so you’ll be in the first wave of event placement.

The process will work basically the same as it has the past few years and there aren’t any drastic changes for 2012. You will want to make sure that you check out the revised Event Host Policy for the current rules and procedures, and you can refer to the Host Page for a central reference.

If you have any questions about the submission process (or just have an event idea you want to run by us before you submit it), please email us at events@gencon.com or visit the GM Forum.

We hope we’ll join us at Gen Con Indy 2012 and run a game or two!

 

 

 

RPGs Moving Around in 2012

 

As we grow into the newly expanded convention center, we’re shifting a few things around this year and trying to consolidate RPGs so they aren’t quite as spread out.

In 2012, most RPGs will be in the JW, Marriott, and the Hyatt, so they will all be within a block of two of each other, making it much easier to get between games. There will be some exceptions, depending on event needs and overall submission volume, but the bulk of RPGs will be in those three hotels. In addition, Wizards of the Coast will be hosting the majority of their RPGA and Living Forgotten Realms events in the Marriott, where True Dungeon used to be.

Keep the new locations in mind as you are choosing your hotel room for 2012. You might want to try a new hotel to keep close to the events you want to play.
 

 

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