Are you interested in game development? Are you currently working on a Table Top Game? Are you going to Gen Con? If so, then we have some great news for you.


We recieved a press release recently that is highly applicable to anyone interested in table top game develpment and is going to Gen Con this year. Its from the good folks at Game On Tabletop and states the following:


LYON, FRANCE (July 24, 2017) – Game On Tabletop, the crowdfunding community dedicated to tabletop games, will make its debut at Gen Con 50 (August 17 – 20, Indianapolis) and calls on attendees to participate in the Get Your Game On search for the best yet-to-be-discovered games.

The Get Your Game On initiative celebrates independent game design by providing free prototype kits with contents such as dice, meeples, blank cards, pencils and more, to aspiring designers. Tasked with creating a quick-rule game that plays in less than 10 minutes before the end of the convention and then demonstrating it for the Game On Tabletop judges, winners will receive gift vouchers to level-up their prototype development and exposure to the game industry.

“Have you dreamed of becoming a game designer? Are you as dedicated as we are to the discovery of great new games? The Get Your Game On challenge is a fun way to open game design up to everyone, by and for the community that knows tabletop games best – tabletop gamers,” says Laura Hoffmann, Game On Tabletop’s business manager. “We can’t wait to see what the community brings to the table for Gen Con 50’s debut of Get Your Game On.”

After four years of hosting highly successful tabletop crowdfunding campaigns in France under the name Casus Belli, Game On Tabletop is a community-driven platform for gamers, by gamers.

About Game On Tabletop
Game On Tabletop is located in Lyon, France and was created by the team behind Black Book Editions, France’s premier RPG publisher and promoter. With more than 20 years of experience in the hobby gaming industry and four years successfully running the Casus Belli crowdfunding platform, Game On Tabletop takes that platform and launches it on the global scale to create an engaging crowdfunding community for gamers, by gamers. For more information, visit


So what are you waiting for? Get your game ready and bring it to Gen Con. Contact the folks at! This could be your big shot!


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