About GG Fest
The Good Game Festival (GG Fest) is a new addition to Westminster’s commitment to community. The Good Game moniker is a concept that promotes good sportsmanship in online and tabletop games. By saying “Good Game” at the end of a match, you are signaling a well played game and that your opponent put up a good fight.
Schedule of Events
What GG Fest Is About
GGFest brings competitive gamers, collectors and casual fans together to enjoy the games of the past and present while building friendships and memories for the future.
Now in our second year, we are excited to offer expanded console tournaments, tabletop tournaments , mental health workshops and discussions, an expansive vendor village, and so much more!
We are MAGIC!
The organizers of Good Game want to create a diverse and inclusive gaming festival that promotes healthy gaming attitudes, sportsmanship, and education. Online, video, and tabletop gaming can be a great way to connect and engage with others who have the same interests.
Our goal is to promote the “Good Game” lifestyle by identifying the triggers of “game rage” and finding acceptable ways of channeling anger, frustration, and anxiety. By understanding game addiction behavior, we find acceptable ways to change that behavior. It’s all part of a the “good game” lifestyle.
Food and Hotels
Rules and Policies
We try very hard to make our event safe, free from drama, and a family friendly environment. Please take a look at our the Rules and Policies that govern our event. We take all complaints and issues very seriously.
Please be a GOOD festival goer and treat everyone with respect and dignity.
GGFest Code of Conduct
MAGIC proudly stands by our long tradition of providing safe and secure environments at all of our events. We want to provide a welcoming experience for all attendees. To help ensure this, we will not condone any offensive behavior at our events. Please bring any concerns to the attention of the conference organizers. Our official statement is below:
Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory(MAGIC) is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Sexual or suggestive language and imagery is not appropriate. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event without a refund at the discretion of the event organizers.
We ask that if our attendees experience any behavior that they feel is in violation of this Code of Conduct to responsibly report it to us. This report should be made as soon as you feel comfortable doing so and should be done via one of the following methods:
- In-person at the Registration Desk
- Via sending a Direct Message on Twitter to @magicwestmd
- Sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All of these methods will be monitored at all times during our conferences to ensure that we receive reports promptly.