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Like so many cons this year, Gen Con 2020 has been reincarnated as Gen Con Online. They just opened their list of events that virtual attendees can register for, and I'm proud to announce that Deck of Wonders will be running Learn to Play events via Tabletop Simulator every 2 hours for the entirety of the con!

Click here to view the calendar of Deck of Wonders events and get registered to play for yourself. Not only will you get to learn the game directly from the creator, but you'll be the first to see NEW card art being revealed exclusively through these events!

Deck of Wonders made its debut at Gen Con 2019 (kind of), and this year will be a homecoming that marks our final big event before our Kickstarter launches. If you want to get hyped for the event, you can read the work-in-progress rulebook here, or you can watch a demo playthrough below. I'm so excited to share with everyone at Gen Con Online, and I hope to see you there!


Click here to back Deck of Wonders on Kickstarter!

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