Welcome to fun & games at the Huntsville Comic & Pop Culture Expo! We love them so much that we have extended hours for the game room!
Tabletop gaming is available 2:00 pm – 12:00 am on Friday, 10:00 am – 12:00 am on Saturday, and 11:00 am – 4:30 pm on Sunday. Most scheduled games align with two-hour time slots; however, there are exceptions depending on the game. Game times and duration are clearly noted on the schedule when posted.
Board, card, role-playing, and miniature strategy games are available to play for all ages and experience levels. We offer a game library from which attendees may check-out games to play as time allows and a play-to-win game selection (provided by our wonderful sponsors) from which lucky players get to take a fun game home. Additionally, there will be games hosted at specific times. The game schedule is usually posted 1-2 weeks before the convention.
These scheduled games depend on submissions by game enthusiasts who volunteer to host a game. If you have a game you love, please consider volunteering. You earn benefits based on your hours which may include free passes for the convention.
Dungeons & Dragons Tournament
Our Dungeons & Dragons Tournament was introduced in 2021 and was a great success! Teams of adventures simultaneously fought foes and solved puzzles to win Player Bundles from D&D Beyond. We hope to host this event every year. If curious, you can purchase a copy of last year's adventure, DC-PoA-KJ2108 The Needs of the Many, from the Dungeon Master's Guild.
As mentioned above, we offer a play-to-win selection of games. The general idea is that you and your friends (including new friends you just met at the convention) check-out an interesting game from the play-to-win desk, play it, and then return it. Once returned, you have the option of entering into a drawing for the game or entering into our general drawing for prize support. We could not offer play-to-win games without our generous sponsors so please let them know you appreciate their support.
Our game library is provided by a local gamer, Craig Goodrick. Craig has an extensive game library requiring 12 ft. of shelf-space so if you are looking for a game to play, we should have it! The process to play a library game is simple: you check-out a game from the game library desk and then return it once finished. Craig will be available to teach games as well, but his time may be limited by demand.
If you have any questions about tabletop games at the Huntsville Comic & Pop Culture Expo, you can email the Tabletop Gaming Coordinator, Kerry Jordan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.