CinCityCon is offering awesome tournaments again this year. Of course, you will see the return of our huge Catan tournament. But you will also enjoy Ticket to Ride, Splendor, Crokinole, Pandemic Survival and Euchre!
All tournament winners receive amazing prizes and their name recorded permanently in the CinCityCon Hall of Fame!
Pathfinder, Starfinder, Call of Cthulhu, D&D Adventurers League, D&D 5th ed., a fantastic number of custom quests, and many, many more roleplaying games are on offer at CinCityCon.
RPG events are free, but we do offer the opportunity to pay to guarantee your seat in advance.
The miniatures room is back and even better. Our big event this year will be a Shadespire tournament on Saturday, and we are working on some super cool prizes. We will also have space and offerings for 40K, BloodBowl and more, but bear with us while we finalize the details.
Come, play. We will provide the tables, the chairs, the library, the snack bar and the adult bar.
The Ginormous Game Library
16 racks of games. 30+ 2018 Releases. 80% of the BGG Top 100. Well over
1000 1200 1500 1700 total games (and growing every year). All for you to browse and check out.
Play to Win
Closing in on 100 Play to Win games. All will be gone to new homes by Sunday, October 8.
Games for Couples, Games Everyone Should Know, our 5 Top GenCon games, and a massive group game teach on Friday; our game experts will teach you.
Twilight Creations, Eagle Gryphon, Steve Jackson Games, AEG, lcoal designers and more.
The CinCityCon Cosplay Contest complete with prizes and a costume party Saturday night!
Friday and Saturday, learn from experts in publishing, cosplaying and playing.
Artemis Spaceship Simulator
Take your station on the bridge of the SS CinCityCon and work with your team to survive the dangers of deep space.
Sponsored by Scallywag Tag, CinCityCon is thrilled to bring in a portable LaserTag game, with a bit of the pirate thrown in.
Giant Werewolf, Two Rooms and a Boom, and a cascade of hilarious freudian slips.
The one thing not to miss at CinCityCon 2018. If you don’t go, you won’t know why.