Free RPG Day Rescheduled for July"); the pandemic has once again caused the event to be moved in 2021.
"[W]e wanted to give everyone involved the opportunity to return to something closer to normal," Gaming Days’ Paul Alexander Butler said. "By moving this year’s event to October, our publishing partners will have more flexibility to provide compelling offerings for the day and our hope is that more stores will be closer to safely hosting a highly-attended event or even in-store gaming."
Despite the challenges, the 2020 event was the most successful in its history, with over 500 stores participating, according to the organizers.
Gaming Days has released info on participation, with publishers asked to commit by April 9, and retailers able to begin ordering Free RPG Day kits on the event website beginning March 30.
Gaming Days hopes to bring back its second event, Board Game Expo (see "Retailers To Host Board Game Expo") in 2022.
Return to June Date Planned for 2022
Posted by Milton Griepp on March 22, 2021 @ 3:25 am CT
With Their Latest Round of Banned and Restricted List Updates
December 4, 2023
Wizards of the Coast updated their banned and restricted lists for Magic: The Gathering on December 4, 2023.