Here are the top reasons why you should come attend the Salt City Gladiator Games
1. Two full days of tabletop gaming
What more can one ask for, right? There isn't an event like this in the state that offers you two great days of having fun with the hobby that you love.
2. Random prizes
Each person who attends one of the events has the opportunity to receive one of the random prizes we'll be giving through out the day.
3. Cash prizes
There will be cash prizes for those who place well in the Warmachine Masters, 40K tournament, and Salty Dwarf Painting Competition.
We'll have first year trophies for each Warmachine event, 40K, and Salty Dwarf Painting Competition.
5. Meeting new people
This event is looking to gather folks from around the state and a few from surrounding states. A perfect opportunity to meet new people and talk about the hobby.
6. Really great price
Our event is pretty inexpensive to attend and you'll be getting a lot more back in return. Most other events will have you paying $50+ to get in the door plus an added charge for events.
7. Help build the community
This is a community event and we want the community to benefit from most of all. The Salt City Gladiators are non profit and we are working very hard with the local game stores to help build this event into something amazing.
8. Exposure to new games
Our Open Play Area will be available for anyone who wants to bring in a new game to demo or hold a smaller tournament. Right now we have Malifaux and Infinity the Game setting up events.
9. Competitive and non Competitive events
Most people we talk to believe that they'll just get rolled over by super competitive players at this event, but that's not really the case. We'll have players of all skill level and experience at this event and we have events that are not geared toward heavy competitive play. You wont know how good you are unless you attend.
10. Be part of the first year
It's always great to be on the ground floor of something new. Look at how well Salt Lake Comic Con did at their first event. Ten years down the road you can gladly tell your friends that you were there at the Salt City Gladiator Games first year, the year everything changed in the world of tabletop play in Utah.