As an event sponsor CMON had one of the larger footprints at Gen Con 50 and they made full use of their space. It’s not clear whether they learned some lessons from the Origins booth or if they were saving all the good stuff for the big show, but the new booth was nothing short of spectacular. In fact, they had to divide it up into two booths: 415 and 617.
The first thing most everyone noticed in the larger booth is the two giant light box walls advertising the Godfather and Rising Sun which divided the demo area’s 20 or so tables up into sections: big games and medium/small games.
The smaller booth not only housed the CMON store, but also the Song of Ice & Fire demo area complete with violinist playing music from the Game of Thrones!