Submit an event at EYECON 2020
Please use this form to submit an event at EYECON 2020 (Easter Long Weekend, Friday 10 April - Monday 13 April 2020), Submissions will close Friday 31 January 2020.

Please submit ONE FORM PER EVENT. You may submit multiple forms for multiple events, eg, you want to run one session of a LARP/Freeform event as well as a tabletop game.

You will receive a receipt via email that your game submission has been received. There will be a link in this receipt to edit your game submission. We recommend using this option if you would like to update you game submission (blurb, session times, etc) before the close date (Friday 31st January 2020)

PLEASE NOTE: Games submitted are generally ACCEPTED therefore it is best to fill out your submission as accurately as possible and indicate the sessions you want to run. The ConOrgs may only contact you if any of the required information is missing.

Thank you for submitting a game for EYECON. These conventions only can run through the hard work and creativity of our volunteer game designers. Your work is greatly appreciated.
Email address *
Contact Information / Personal Details
Designer full name: *
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Contact phone number *
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Event Information
Event name
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Minimum / Maximum players
We acknowledge that it might be a challenge, but games with flexible player numbers are much easier to run at a convention.

Optimally, having a tabletop game that can run with 3 - 6 players is best.


Minimum number of players
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Maximum number of players
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Type of Game Session
Tabletops
Usually presented in one to two sessions, tabletops are roleplaying games intended for 5-6 ad-hoc or team-based players. Some designers choose to use published system materials, whereas others prefer to utilise modified rules. Independent game designers are welcomed, however we do require a link to your game site to allow participants to read about your game system.

Freeforms/LARPs
Freeforms & Live Action Roleplaying Games (LARPs) are larger games usually intended for anyway from 10 to 60 players. Players are typically encouraged to physically "act" out the role of their character and the games are almost always based on a custom designed system or no system at all. PLEASE NOTE: No weapons play permitted.

Demonstration/Promotional Events
Demonstration games are a way to promote a new or existing system in just 1 - 2 sessions and are useful for independent designers who would like to promote their game or players wanting to introduce a game system to the local role playing community. These sessions usually involve more of a discussion on how the system works and then some play testing.

Miniatures Game Tournaments
Miniatures Games fall under the banner of "War Gaming", where players field armies consisting of scale models of soldiers, vehicles, etc and battle opponents in order to achieve objectives or score points. Most tournaments require players to bring their own figures though demonstration games are sometimes available.

Card Game Tournaments
Card tournaments are a fun way to spread awareness of a given card game and can be anything from being social and casual in nature to being highly competitive. You may wish to offer a prize as an incentive for competitive tournaments.

Special Events
Special events cover any sort of individual or unusual activity offered by the designers or the organisers of the convention. They often provide ample opportunity for both individual players and teams to socialise with their gaming peers in a fun and sometimes competitive environment.

Learn 2 RP
Learn to Roleplay (L2RP) are specially designed sessions that act as an introduction to roleplaying in general and to systems may not have played before. Perfect for beginners, or those keen to learn new systems, L2RP is a chance to experience different genres/styles of role-playing.
Type of games
System
Please indicate which game system your game uses.

For Independent game designers we will require a link to your game site to allow participants to read about your game system. This helps players to pick their games and also promotes your system.
Which system?
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Scheduling
There are 11 three hour sessions available to run during EYECON. Please indicate the sessions you would like to run, this will be used to generate the website schedule.

Please note that for tabletop games (not Demonstrations or Learn to Roleplay sessions), we require at least 4 sessions.

Longer sessions may be available on request, as per the convention organisers' discretion.
What is the maximum number of sessions you are willing and able to run? (1-11)
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What sessions would you like to run your game?
Blurb / brief description
Blurbs should be 1 -2 paragraphs and should set the scene for the game and scenario that you will be playing. You don't have to give everything away but keep in mind that this is how players determine what games they will be playing.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be a link in your submission receipt that you can use to edit your game submission. We recommend using this option if you would like to update your blurb or session times before the closing date.

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Anything else?
Do you have other requests? Do you have specific images you wish to use to promote your game which we should contact you about?
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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