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BATdevs – Design Workshop in Oakland #2

We’re back! A new year of tabletop games from local designers will be arriving at the MADE, in Oakland. DATE: Tuesday January 24th 2017 TIME: 6:30pm-9:30pm LOCATION: The Museum of Digital Art and Entertainment, 3400 Broadway, Oakland, California. We will open with a short talk from our guest speaker (TBC), before opening the floor to any Read more about BATdevs – Design Workshop in Oakland #2[…]

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Review: The Board Game Arcade, our first Kickstarted event!

Thanks to 49 wonderful people, on Thursday September 29th, the Board Game Arcade was successful backed on Kickstarter, even surpassing our goal by $111! We really could not have done this without you. Thank you all so much. The Board Game Arcade opened our doors at 10am, and thanks to our dedicated team of volunteers – plus an Read more about Review: The Board Game Arcade, our first Kickstarted event![…]

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Review: BATdevs playtesting #2

We had another great turn-out at our last playtesting monthly meetup. There were over seven games been played at any one time, and once again ran dangerously low on chairs at the MADE. (Unfortunately, there was only an iPhone on hand. We apologise for the low quality images!) It was great to see some old faces Read more about Review: BATdevs playtesting #2[…]

ToBeGosu Bay Area Tabletop Devs

Our first Bay Area Tabletop Devs event was a success!

ToBeGosu has been expanding beyond our original mission to make esports accessible to all. Now we’re developing board gaming events and helping to build communities of designers. Since May, TBG has been growing the Bay Area Tabletop Devs community, bringing together board game, card game, dice game and roleplaying game designers from all over the Read more about Our first Bay Area Tabletop Devs event was a success![…]

Crash Course in Roleplaying: Interactive Storytelling and Games – Class #2

Crash Course to Roleplaying: Interactive Storytelling in Games This course will introduce players to Tabletop Roleplaying, and show how these games of  collaborative storytelling can influence Video Game Design in a positive way. The class is for 4-6 people, and attendance is expected for the full duration of the course. It is aimed at people Read more about Crash Course in Roleplaying: Interactive Storytelling and Games – Class #2[…]