IFGS – International Fantasy Gaming Society
Ohio River Valley IFGS brings fantasy LARP to CinCityCon. At our booth, we will have people ready to review rules, character creation, help people sign up for membership, and sell starter kits. People can also register for one of our demonstration modules Friday and Saturday.
Extra Life unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. By playing games we raise money to directly help the children in our local community
AcadeCon is specifically designed to be a smaller, non-traditional convention. We are not trying to (nor do we want to) compete with or replace the huge conventions that attract a national audience. At our convention, you’re going to get access to 24-hour gaming hall, a better chance to play in the games you want, the opportunity to spend time and game with special guests, and time to hang out with some of the best gamers in the world—the fans of our show!
Cincinnati Geek Meet
We are about all things Geeky. Do you believe in The “IDIC” Cons, Comics Movies, Music, Cosplay, Amime , Action Figures, Gaming, and you agree that spelling SyFy is just plan wrong? Do you Want to play Quiddich but just don’t know where to go? Have you always love this stuff but just didn’t have a place to meet with folks that get YOU, Whelp you’ve found that right place. We just don’t get you We want YOU . w00t
We are a community of gamers that continuously strive to grow the hobbies and games we love through demos, tournaments, and just playing the games. While supporting the local gaming stores!!!!
Super Heroines, Etc. fosters continuous learning for women of all ages interested in things typically described as “nerdy.” We’re unironically enthusiastic about stuff – ranging from science to history, comic cons to lectures, and everything in between.
Through our online community, we offer exclusive content, online events, and a safe community. The online community focuses on providing a place for women to connect with others who share their interests. It is also accessible to anyone, anywhere. We create online versions of the courses offered at local chapters that lend themselves to a web-based format.
We have local chapters starting up in cities throughout the United States and encourage anyone to look into how to start your own local chapter.
Geek Feminism Initiative
Our Geek Feminism Initiative raises awareness of issues facing nerdy women. We provide speakers and panelists for libraries, comic cons and other public events to talk on women’s representation in geek media, online harassment, and other relevant issues. Our monthly podcast focuses on one topic each month and delivers insightful discussion on timely, relevant issues.