GaymerConnect (Formerly GaymerCon) Gamifies the Gaming Convention, Dares Attendees to Level Up for Special Lootz
What’s in a name? Absolutely everything if you own a trademark. And it seems that the group who plans to run a new LBGTQ gaming convention did not own the trademark to the name Gam3rCon. That would belong to Gaym3rcon (who also owns all phonetic variants). The organization that is currently working to organize the upcoming LBGTQ-friendly convention, not wishing to run afoul of the law, has changed its name to Gaymer X. But that’s not all.
The Kickstarer project for GaymerCon, a convention for gamers who are LGBTQ, has been receiving a lot of love from fans who want to see this project get off the ground and into a hotel. In fact, GaymerCon has exceeded its initial goal of $25,000 and at the time of this writing, is at $75,000. […]
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