Tuesday, 20 May 2014

#BoardGamersAsk The Gamesmith

As ever, this weeks #boardgamersask promises to be very interesting... Let me introduce The Gamesmith...

Boyan Radakovich is a producer for Geek & Sundry’s wildly popular show “TableTop,” hosted by Wil Wheaton and the creator of the gaming holiday TableTop Day. Bo is also an Origins Award-finalist game designer, the creative director for Gamesmith, sought after creative consultant, the former marketing director of one of the largest games distributors, valued community organizer, and a outspoken advocate for the cognitive and social benefits of tabletop gaming.
Wednesday May 21st - 2pm (EST), 7pm (GMT) - is your chance to ask questions of the people behind the meeples

Making #boardgamersask easier!

To make this live Twitter Q&A easier, I have made a room on Nurph.com which we can all use. All you have to do is make sure you are logged into Twitter then go tohttp://nurph.com/BoardGamersAsk/chats/363 and log in, using your Twitter account. You don't have to use this, everything will be the same as normal, but if you do us Nurph, it acts like a chat room for twitter and add the Hashtag automatically :0)

So What is #Boardgamersask?

#BoardGamersAsk is a live Twitter event, were you the board gaming community can ask questions of industry insiders.

So the big question is how does #BoardGamersAsk work?
It's simple, to take part in the live Q&A interview just be on twitter at the time and day listed below:

Wednesday 7th May - start times are:

11am in L.A,
2pm in New York, (Eastern Time)
7pm in UK,
8pm in Germany,
9pm in Finland, 
Other times in the rest of the world!

To ask them a question just use hash-tag #BoardGamersAsk . To see what everyone else is asking or to see the answers being given by our guest just search for the same hashtag!

For one hour, #BoardGamersAsk is your chance to ask questions of the "people behind the meeples"

You can stay up to date with #boardgamersask just by following @boardgamersask

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Thanks for adding to the conversation on Ministry of Board Games ;-)