Penny Arcade’s latest PAX event, PAX Unplugged, will take place in Philadelphia, with a focus on tabletop gaming.
Penny-Arcade has made a name for itself as the host of the Penny-Arcade Expo (PAX), which currently includes PAX West and PAX Dev in Seattle, PAX East in Boston, PAX South in San Antonio, and PAX Australia in Melbourne. The latest edition is PAX Unplugged, which will be taking place in Philadelphia and will be entirely focused on tabletop gaming and video games featuring board or card game elements.
The inaugural PAX Unplugged will take place November 17-19, 2017 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, and now we know that badges for the convention will go on sale Wednesday, May 3. Single day badges will cost $25, three-day passes will be $60, and kids between the ages of six and twelve can get in Sunday for $10.
“I played my first game of Dungeons & Dragons at six years old, and never looked back,” said Jerry Holkins, co-founder, Penny Arcade. “PAX Unplugged will give us a chance to let the thriving tabletop area of the PAX shows breathe a bit – and take an opportunity to celebrate the incredible, ongoing renaissance of the form.”