Hello, fellow geeks!

It is that time of year again, and we here at the Geek Post couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that we will be attending Gen Con 2023! For those of you not familiar with Gen Con, let us shed some light on this monumental event.

Gen Con is the largest tabletop game convention in North America, attracting legions of fans from around the globe. Gen Con is a celebration of all things related to board games, card games, role-playing games, and more. With a vast array of gaming events, seminars, workshops, and exhibit halls packed with new and exciting products, Gen Con is a haven for gamers and geeks of all ages.

As fellow enthusiasts in geek culture, we are excited to connect with our readers face-to-face, delve into the latest gaming trends, and learn about and once we get back home spend some time to further introduce you to artists, game crafters and designers, and much more.

This year,  we also want to share YOUR stories. We know that behind every cosplay outfit, every game tournament, and every fan-art masterpiece, there’s a fascinating story waiting to be told. Whether you are a game designer unveiling your latest creation, a cosplayer showing off your fantastic costumes, or a passionate fan eager to share your love for all things geek, we want to hear from you. Click Contact in the menu above or below to send us a message. We would love to connect at the con, or after.

So, if you’re planning to be at Gen Con 2023, and you’re willing to share your story, we would love to connect. We’re eager to spotlight the diverse voices that make the geek community so vibrant and unique.

Remember, Gen Con isn’t just an event. It’s a gathering of a community bonded by a shared love for all things geek. And we, at The Geek Post, can’t wait to be part of it with you.

Along with work we will also be taking part in many events, so, feel free to say hello if you see us.

Mark your calendars for Gen Con 2023, and let’s geek out together!

See you in Indianapolis, geeks!

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