Gaming

Dragon Con, Game on.

In 2020, join thousands in a world of limitless adventures.

Don’t have a “Meltdown!” We won’t leave all of you gamers “Alone in the Dark” by going virtual. If you’re “Commander Keen” on gaming, it’s your “Quest” to grab a “Paladin” (Get it? “pal and then?”) join us for the “Kaos” for all-day gaming. This is the “Ultima” way to get your favorite Dragon Con gaming experience without spending your “Time Runners” over to AmericasMart Building 1 and playing “Frogger” over Peachtree Street.

Okay. We’re done with the game puns. We know they are “OverKill.”

That was the last one. Promise.

Role-Playing

  • Role-playing games featuring D&D Adventurers League Pathfinder Adventures and Judge’s choice role-playing adventures. There will be organized role-playing game sessions twice a day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
  • Role-playing games featuring D&D Adventurers League, Pathfinder/Starfinder Society, and Judge’s choice role-playing adventures. There will be organized role-playing game sessions 3 times per day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 9AM, 2PM, and 7PM.

Details and Registration

  • D&D Adventurers League sessions are 4 hours long with 1-hour intermission for DM prep, mustering the next table, and bio-breaks.
  • Pathfinder sessions are 4 hours long with 1-hour intermission for GM prep, mustering the next table, and bio-breaks.
  • Non-campaign sessions are 5 hours long.
  • Register for your favorite role-playing game today! Players will need to register from the Home Page, which leads players to “Create An Account” and pay a $2 administrative fee to the platform.  Once the player has officially registered, they can begin choosing games to play from the Event Schedule.
  • The Event schedule has filtering for game type, day, and time.

Dragon Con Role-Playing Discord

The Role-playing game Player’s Discord allows players to find their GM, Table, ask questions, or receive assistance from Event staff:

General role-playing game discussions are in “#general” channel

Assistance from Gaming Event Organizers and HQ staff is in “#event-hq” channel

Announcements can be found in “#announcements” channel

Video Gaming

Click here for information on video gaming tournaments.

Tekken 7
In partnership with 4o4 Esports, DragconCon will be hosting a Tekken 7 online PC tournament. It is a free entry event, and we will be putting up a $500 prize pool for participants. Sunday September 6th @ 3PM EST.

DRAGON BALL FighterZ
In partnership with UGL, DragonCon will be hosting a DBFZ online PS4 tournament. It is a free entry event, and we will be putting up a $500 prize pool for participants. This event will take place on Saturday September 5th @ 4PM EST.

Rocket League
In partnership with All Mid, DragonCon with be hosting a Rocket League 3v3 tournament. It is a free entry event, and both DragonCon and All Mid will each be contributing $500, for a total prize bonus of $1000. Registration is available on their Smash.GG page here.

Werewolf

  • Friday 7 PM – 8 PM Werewolf Zoom Happy Hour
  • Friday 8 PM – 10 PM Werewolf Trivia $200 Bezier Credit
  • Friday 8 PM – 1 AM Werewolf
  • Saturday 7 PM – 1 AM Werewolf
  • Saturday 9 PM – 10 PM Werewolf Costume
  • Sunday 7 PM – 1 AM Werewolf
  • Sunday 9 PM – 10 PM Michael Mirth Magic Show

National Security Decision Making Game

The fine folks from the National Security Decision Making Game (NSDMG) will be running two games at Dragon Con Goes Virtual:

If you pay attention to the news or current events, or have an interest in military and geopolitical history and/or contemporary affairs, it is a hoot! The National Decision Making Game (NDMG) is a political, military, and economic roleplaying game that uses gaming as an entertaining medium to inform players of contemporary, historical and futuristic geopolitical, military and economic issues. The idea behind the NDM game is: “You players are the Congress. You over there, you’re the Cabinet. You folks in the corner are the Joint Chiefs. This guy’s the President. The scenario is that it’s the world as you know it today. Fix it. You may start now.”

There are new issues and problems explored and different nations in play in every game, showing a range of real issues across the world and modeling a number of different political systems. Can you affect Iran as the US? Can you take the Ukraine playing Russia? And how to you solve a problem like Korea? In addition to trying to fix the world as it is today, the NDM staff will also be running a game with SciFi themes set in the near future, the consequences of instability in North Korea and the unrest & conflict in Russia and Saudi Arabia.

If you wish to play either of the two games offered you must complete the registration form at this link.

NSDMG’s Cuban Missile Crisis Game – “Monroe Doctrine or No Doctrine”
Friday 8PM-12AM EDT (12 Players)
United States players deal with the Communist challenge in Cuba

This simulation uses real and potential events from the period to simulate national decision-making during the early 1960s. Players take on the roles/motivations of the real participants during the Cuban missile crisis. This immersive game allows you to experience the challenges historic personalities faced while using the resources they had available constrained by the command, control & communication challenges of the Era.

NSDMG’s Cuban Missile Crisis Game – “Last Tango in Cuba” United States and Soviet Union players contend over Cuba and the world balance of power.
Sunday 6PM-10PM EDT (24 Players)
This simulation uses real and potential events from the period to simulate national decision-making during the early 1960s. Players take on the roles/motivations of the real participants during the Cuban missile crisis. This immersive game allows you to experience the challenges historic personalities faced while using the resources they had available constrained by the command, control & communication challenges of the Era.

Jackbox Schedule