(this was right at the start of the con, when no one had arrived yet. Uruguayans are famously late to things. This is the front room, there was also a back room)
(the guy n the lab coat was GMing Paranoia. And apparently, he has a reputation for being amazing at it. His table filled up almost immediately; before mine, I might add)
Unfortunately, most of the other photos taken of this particular event were close-ups of individual gamers, so it really didn't give a good impression of the overall event's look (just what Uruguayan gamers look like, I guess).
So here's a few pics from the previous INJU con, a few months back (when it was still winter; note the change in clothing):
I'm fairly sure the turnout was about the same for both Cons. Both were held at the Instituto Nacional de Juventud (INJU), and organized by 2d4orcos.com
(here, two of my Lords of Olympus players had moved away from the table to conspire together, as well they should. I ran LoO at the last con, and Dark Albion in this one using the Appendix P old-school house rules)
(I have no idea what this was about. Note that many of the Uruguayan gamers are quite young, and I'd guess that apart from skewing thinner, they also skew younger and more female than at the average North American gaming con. I think the turnout at either con was maybe 25% female? At the last con, my LoO game was 66% women, and at this game 20% women- I guess that's a difference between LoO and Old-school D&D)
Anyways, this should give you an idea of just how large, vibrant, and active the RPG scene is down here.
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