Gaming Conferences

The following is a list of gaming conferences and gaming conventions.








  • DreamHack – Jönköping, Sweden & Skellefteå, Sweden

United Kingdom

  • Eurogamer Expo – Leeds, England & London, England
  • GEEK – Winter Gardens, Margate, England in February


United States (Arranged by regional divisions)

North East

New England (Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont)


East North Central (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin)
  • A&G Ohio – Cincinnati, Ohio in April
  • Bashcon – Toledo, Ohio in February
West North Central (Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota)
  • Nuke-Con – Omaha, Nebraska around the first of October


South Atlantic (Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia)
  • MACE – High Point, North Carolina – November
  • MAGFest – National Harbor, Maryland
  • Momocon – Atlanta, Georgia in March
West South Central (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas)
  • ScrewAttack Gaming Convention (SGC) – Texas in Summer
  • Glitch Con – Gamers, Anime, Trade, Steampunk, Fantasy, & Sci Fi – Bentonville, Arkansas, in the summer.
  • RTX – Austin, Texas in early July. Internet and gaming convention hosted by Rooster Teeth


Mountain (Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming)
Pacific (California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington)
  • BlizzCon – Anaheim, California in October – computer gaming (Blizzard Entertainment, creators of World of Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo)
  • Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) – Los Angeles, California in June
  • GameStorm – Portland, Oregon in March
  • GaymerX – San Francisco, California – LGBT-centered gaming convention
  • MineCon – Las Vegas, Nevada in November – computer gaming
  • Northwest Pinball and Gameroom Show – Seattle, Washington in June
  • Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) Prime – Seattle, Washington on the last weekend in August or Labor Day Weekend



Wikipedia contributors, “List of gaming conventions,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, (accessed March 15, 2013).