Thursday Game Night at PASS Summit

On Thursday night, Oct 27, 2016, Andy Warren and I are hosting a game night event at the Washington State Convention Center. This is a low-key, alternative fun event for those of you that might not be attending another party elsewhere.

If you’re interested, please purchase a ticket. We have arranged for a bar, but this required a financial commitment. With your $10 ticket, we’ll provide you with a single adult beverage ticket or two soda tickets. You can purchase more with cash if you’d like. The tickets are more for planning purposes, as we have a limited space. However, if lots of you want to come, we’ll work on securing more space.

Andy and I will provide some board games (Monopoly, Scrabble, Chess, decks of cards), but please feel free to bring your own. Pass the word to friends, letting them know that they can come and enjoy their favorite tabletop game with others at the Summit. You can look to join a group and just play.

Our goal is more networking and fun in a safe, comfortable environment.

We are complying with the Anti-Harassment policy from PASS, so no Cards Against Humanity. Andy and I may ask you to leave if we feel your game is inappropriate. However, feel free to find another location and play there.

Again, please register today if you’d like to enjoy some gaming with fellow data professionals at the Summit. If we fill up, please join the waitlist and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Alternatively, come even if you’re on the wait list and perhaps you can find a few people that might want to migrate to a hotel lobby, restaurant, or other location for some gaming.

Hope to see you there, and please, pass the word to others.

Game Night – PASS Summit 2016

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3 Responses to Thursday Game Night at PASS Summit

  1. paschott says:

    No idea how I missed this until checking the “newcomer’s guide”. Definitely interested and I can bring a couple small, modern games to play – limited by suitcase space. I don’t know if Seattle has a local game store that rents games, but that could be an option as well for some different types of games that are a little larger – Pandemic, Small World, Ticket to Ride, Caverna, etc.

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