QLP Productions and Low Country Anime and Gaming are proud to announce RoundCon 2011 – Anime and Gaming Expo! We took two great events and combined them into one special celebration of RoundCon’s 25th year!
RoundCon 2011 will be held at the Marriott in downtown Columbia, South Carolina on February 18, 19 and 20. Members start at $30. Hotel rooms are $92.
For a limited Time, Roundcon is offering a free anime DVD to all paid memberships! We have 100 different titles, but supplies are limited! Titles include Alien Nine, Dragon Ball Z, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Tenchi in Tokyo, Kiddy Grade , They Were 11, Legend of Lemnear, Shadow Star Narutaru and many more. *email removed*
RoundCon is very pleased to host a complete anime programming track! It is so complete that it really should be a standalone anime convention. On the anime side of the programming RoundCon currently has the following to offer:
Anime Viewing Room
Anime Voice Actor Guests (to be announced soon!)
Are You Smarter Than An Otaku? Game Show
Cosplay Contest - Hosted by fan favorite Morgan Skye
Costume Contest - Hosted by fan favorite Morgan Skye
Costumed Themed Raves
Guest Q&A Sessions
Also new to RoundCon is our own Video Game Tournaments. Low Country Anime and Gaming is running the tournaments. At present we have Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (XBOX 360), Super Smash Brothers (Wii), and Golden Eye (N64). More titles will be added as we get closer to the convention date. We will also have open play.
Anime is making a big splash this year but gamers can still count on a great selection of games like we have had in the past. RoundCon 2011 has the following offerings:
Board Game Extravaganza
Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition Tournament
Game Mastery Workshops
Miniature Painting Contest
RoundCon Pod Racing Grand Prix
Warhammer 40K Tournament
Guests this year include Faith Hunter, Misty Massey, Elysabeth Williams, Gamer Girl, Mike Kaczmarski, Christina Stiles, Joe Ketterer, Thor Thorvaldson, Jr and Sean McGuinness.
You can register online at our website located at:
Re: RoundCon 2011
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