Event registration is OPEN!

Events are now being accepted. Events submitted now until November 6, 2017 will be scheduled and are guaranteed to be in the program book and online system. Events submitted after November 6th will the scheduled per area director approval based on time and table availability. Event submission period will close on December 20, 2017.

You must log in before you can submit an event (click login at the top of the page). If you do not have a user account go here to create an account. Once logged in, you will be able to access the event submission page.

Gamemastering

Every convention needs dedicated, passionate, and talented people like you to run events that give players what they want most, a really great and memorable gaming experience. You help make a good con great! You can submit your event on-line or download the forms by using the links provided below.

We accept events in all genres: role-playing, miniatures, card games, board games, independent games, young player games, LARPs, and more. If you would like to host a special event or tournament that needs special accommodations (several tables, large spaces, etc) or needs significant lead time for promotions, please contact the Event Director, Steven Parenteau, as early as possible so arrangements can be made.

Events received by November 6 are guaranteed to be in the pre-reg listing and on-site book. Events received after November 6 will be accepted at the discretion of the directors according to space and time slot availability. Event submission period will close on December 20, 2017.

Event Submission Clarifications

When submitting an event or signing up for an event please check the “Maturity Rating” for the event. If you are a game master and submit an event with a rating “Everyone” you have acknowledge that children as young as 6 years old may be present at your game. Attendees: if you select an event please check that you meet the maturity requirement of the event. This will help mitigate late starts or issues at the tables.

Everyone denotes that anyone 8 years old, (6 if accompanied by an adult) or older, is permitted to participate in these events.

E10 denotes attendees aged 10 and up are permitted to participate in these events. Reading cards and such is required for these events.

Teen denotes attendees aged 13 and up are permitted to participate in these events. These games often have violence and sometimes mild adult language in them.

Mature denotes attendees aged 17 and up are permitted to participate in these events. They often have violence, adult language and crude remarks. Any event running into the late night game slot (11pm) is always labeled mature.

Mature 18+ Mature 18 is used sometimes by special request from the writer of the event for anything else that is not listed above and want to keep the non-adult crowd from playing. A warning is often listed in the game description.

GM Reimbursement Policy

Any Referee, Game Master or Volunteer that contributes 2 hours of time towards Total confusion on site during the convention will receive $6.00 dollars in credit towards their account.

Reimbursement will be pre-preloaded into the registration system. Pre-loaded reimbursement is credit loaded into the registration system. This credit may be used towards any purchase online including but not limited towards; badge, t-shirt, glass, mugs or any other purchasable item available in the online system. If you do not pre-register, reimbursement will be made within 30 days from the end of the convention. Reimbursement will be made via PayPal unless other arrangements have been made.

NOTICE: GMs are required to fill out the GM envelopes in their entirety. They are considered the “GM Time Sheet”. Without them we cannot confirm your event ran and thus reimbursement may be delayed or denied if the envelopes are not filled out and returned to Event office, registration desk or another Total Confusion staff member. If a GM has been given credit upfront and does not complete the hours submitted, that GM will be asked for payment and may be denied the opportunity to game master in the future.