Game submission for SnowCon 2019 is now open for everyone! 

Game Masters are the lifeblood of SnowCon and we welcome lovers of ALL tabletop games!

From board games like Settlers of Catan and Carcassonne to card games like Magic or Munchkin; minis like Warhammer and Full Thrust to classic role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons and Shadowrun; and social games like Apples to Apples or Werewolves of Miller’s Hollow – we love all kinds of games and there’s always someone to play with at SnowCon!

If you are interested in running a game at SnowCon – as an expert or novice – we welcome your enthusiasm! Game Masters get a special piece GM swag as a thank you.

NEW IN 2019 – Submit Games Using Tabletop Events

Submissions are open.
Register at Tabletop.Events.

There is a Submit Events button directly below the Buy Badges button on the first page of Tabletop.

For past GMs, here are some changes you’ll notice with the new system:

  • You must have purchased a badge, or had one assigned to you, in order to submit a game.
  • Games are submitted in Tabletop and not an outside form.
  • Tabletop refers to you as a host (as in you host the game.)
  • Age options have been simplified. They are Family (all ages welcome), 13+ (teens and up; no young children), and 18+ (adults only).
  • Although the system allows for games to start every hour, we are still running slots.
    • Please use the following start times
      9am (4 & 2 hour games)
      11am (2 hour)
      2pm (4 & 2 hour)
      4pm (2 hour)
      7pm (4 & 2 hour)
      9pm (2 hour)

Meal times will be schedule between 1pm-2pm and 6pm-7pm as in years past. It is acceptable for games to run a little late into these breaks and to set up your game during a break.

  • Submitted games will go to admin for approval. If approved, they will be assigned a timeslot and table and will appear on the schedule.

Submission Advice:

  • Sell your game in the description. Tell players a little about the game and make them want to play. But be concise, you have 2500 characters to work with.
  • There is a box where you can submit a url for “more information”, i.e. a boardgame geek link about the game, manufacturer’s page, etc.
  • There is another box where you can assign yourself as the host (please do so).
  • Finally, consider yourself when setting the number of tickets for your game if you are playing it too. For example, if you are merely teaching a 4-player game and not playing, set your game for 4 tickets. However, if you are indeed playing the game, set tickets at 3.