February 13th, 2020
February 6th, 2020
We are always excited to bring in notable names from the games industry and we couldn’t be more delighted to have long time friend and co-founder of Behemoth, John Baez, open the show for us in 2020.
Behemoth is responsible for some of the funniest and funnest games you have ever played like Alien Hominid, Castle Crashers, Pit People, and Battleblock Theatre. They have been an institution at PAX for over 15 years and are currently working on their fifth independently produced title - Alien Hominid Invasion. We can’t wait for John to share his story of coming up in the industry and growing the company to what it is today for our PAX Audience.
February 6th, 2020
It was no easy task for us to get all our exhibitors compiled onto a single document, but we’ve pulled it off and you can dive into the full expo hall map and list right here.
We’ve got a pretty dang full house this year, featuring exhibitors such as 3BlackDot, ArenaNet, Annapurna Games, The Behemoth, Devolver Digital, Larian Studios, Nintendo, PlayStation, Private Division, Square Enix, THQ Nordic, tinyBuild, Double Fine, Tripwire Interactive, Inti Creates, Brace Yourself Games, Team17, Yacht Club Games, Perfect World Entertainment, Motion Twin, and Ysbryd Games. Be sure to check out the entire list, as well as a map for exactly where you can find them, all right here.
That’s not all, though, here’s a rundown of the exhibitors we’ll have in our Tabletop Area!
Armor Class 10
Battleground Games & Hobbies
Blood on the Clocktower
Foam Brain Games
Fog of Love
Free League Publishing
Greater Than Games, LLC
Jason Anarchy Games
Jim Likes Games
Jordan Draper Games
Knght Moves Cafe
Lay Waste Games
Level Up Dice
Pandemonium Books & Games
Solis Game Studio
Steve Jackson Games
The Unpub Network
Wild Power Games
Wizards of the Coast
January 28th, 2020
At long last, the PAX East 2020 schedule is complete*! You should click here to gorge upon it with your sight-balls.
(*Nothing is ever complete with PAX until it’s history, you can expect additional details in the coming weeks along with a few extra sessions mixed in for flavor.)
You should really stop reading this and go devour the schedule.
Knock it off!
Stop reading this!
Go see it!
This isn’t a Marvel movie credits sequence, you don’t have to keep reading expecting some extra hidden content.
December 17th, 2019
Getting a pass to PAX wasn’t that hard when we were just a little gathering of fans in the Hynes, but now that PAX is a humongous 4-day event, the act of getting your badges means a significant investment of time and energy for anyone who wants to come out to play. With the prevalence of scalping and counterfeiting badges that came with getting So Dang Big, we took measures that made it harder to game the system - things like keeping badge sale dates secret and limiting the total number of badges per household.
These helped to a degree but also made it difficult for large families or groups of friends to get to the show (to say nothing of the folks who couldn’t get online when tickets went live.) We asked ourselves: how do we ensure everyone who wants to get to PAX to be able to buy a real, honest-to-Arceus badge, and give those who can’t make it to the show an opportunity to get their money back?
We found an answer with Lyte, a company that buys back your badges and makes them available to folks who couldn’t get their passes the first time around. Lyte works with our ticketing system partner Showclix to ensure the badges are genuine, and they constantly monitor and adjust prices to undercut the going rate on the resale market. With Lyte, we finally feel we have found a system that provides a safe and easy way for fans to exchange the badges they no longer want or need, verifies they’re the real deal, and helps them get to other deserving fans.
This is a system that helps get more people to PAX and makes it harder for scalpers, scammers and racketeers to profit off of our fans. We see this as an absolute win.
Click here see how this all works and get started.