Photo courtesy of The 2019 Game Theory Expo

The 2019 Game Theory Expo welcomes 30-year veteran, avid gamer Liz Courts, as it presents a weekend of tabletop gaming. The convention focuses on the independent and small publisher side of the industry, while also making table-space for gaming available to the general public. 

Featured guest Liz Courts has worked on over 90 different roleplaying game products, helped organize the first unofficial PaizoCon, started and headed the Wayfinder fanzine for its first four issues, went on to work for Paizo (publisher of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game), and is now a mostly organic, free range freelancer, designing books and illustrating for numerous publishers. Additional guests include Houstonians Brett Barkley and Angel Viator Smith and Texans Mark Carroll, Calvin Johns, Amanda Kahl, and Michael O. Varhola.

The 2019 Game Theory Expo welcomes 30-year veteran, avid gamer Liz Courts, as it presents a weekend of tabletop gaming. The convention focuses on the independent and small publisher side of the industry, while also making table-space for gaming available to the general public.

Featured guest Liz Courts has worked on over 90 different roleplaying game products, helped organize the first unofficial PaizoCon, started and headed the Wayfinder fanzine for its first four issues, went on to work for Paizo (publisher of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game), and is now a mostly organic, free range freelancer, designing books and illustrating for numerous publishers. Additional guests include Houstonians Brett Barkley and Angel Viator Smith and Texans Mark Carroll, Calvin Johns, Amanda Kahl, and Michael O. Varhola.

The 2019 Game Theory Expo welcomes 30-year veteran, avid gamer Liz Courts, as it presents a weekend of tabletop gaming. The convention focuses on the independent and small publisher side of the industry, while also making table-space for gaming available to the general public.

Featured guest Liz Courts has worked on over 90 different roleplaying game products, helped organize the first unofficial PaizoCon, started and headed the Wayfinder fanzine for its first four issues, went on to work for Paizo (publisher of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game), and is now a mostly organic, free range freelancer, designing books and illustrating for numerous publishers. Additional guests include Houstonians Brett Barkley and Angel Viator Smith and Texans Mark Carroll, Calvin Johns, Amanda Kahl, and Michael O. Varhola.

WHEN

WHERE

Hilton NASA Clearlake
3000 NASA Pkwy.
Houston, TX 77058
https://tabletop.events/conventions/game-theory-expo-2019

TICKET INFO

$25-$80
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