Juggalo Gamers—The time is right on hand for the ultimate event that will cater to all your gaming desires! It’s the first ever Dark Carnival Games Con, being held at the 30,000 square foot indoor show space of the Gibraltar Trade Center for three days and nights of nonstop nerdy Juggalo gaming action! It’s going down all weekend long, April 21st, 22nd, & 23rd, 2017. This is your chance to test your skills at Into the Echoside, Quest for Shangri-La, Texas Hold ’em, Morton’s List, Magic the Gathering, and the off-the-wall hilarity of the grand debut of Psychopathic Records’ demented card game Juggalos Against Humanity. Battle against fellow Juggalos and gamers from around the country to find out who is the best of the best as you compete in hype tournaments for your chance to win dope prizes and the ultimate title of World Champion! And there’s so much more: We’re talkin’ role-playing adventures from Dungeons & Dragons to the extra rare, truly old-school Dark Carnival gem Pendulum’s Promise, with campaigns hosted by your favorite Psychopathic nerdies. With free-play video games; crazy Karmic Morton’s List events; Dark Carnival Tarot readings; autograph signings from all your favorite Psychopathic Records artists and game designers; giant, super-sized, massive games; a movie tent; the return of the infamous game show Juggalo Family Feud; inflatable sumo wrestling; medieval sword and shield Juggalo-to-Juggalo combat; inflatable games; an open gaming area with an extensive library of every type of game imaginable; literally hundreds and hundreds of vendors; and not to mention the chill spot—the soon-to-be infamous Morton’s Lounge. Come kick it with the Juggalo Family, and enjoy an event for gamers everywhere. You can peep all the details when the official website launches (www.DCGcon.com) on January 6, 2017, at 9 p.m., at which time tickets will also go on sale. So come join us at the first ever DCG Con, Three Days of Nonstop Gaming—Juggalo Style!
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