Conesy’s Diary is a short show, roughly 15 minutes or so and done roughly three times a week with the purpose of just catching up or rambling on about gaming, new product, or other topics that we just don’t normally cover on the main Warhammer cast.
One episode might focus on the review of a board game while the next episode may be a complete break down on how the Conesy put together a terrain project.
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Welcome to 2021!!! I take one last look back at 2020 and picks out his five favorite games he played. Looking at the list, I found a couple of games that really surprised me. When I was prepping for this episode, I realized how much I really like those games.
2020 for most of us has been a crazy year, yet I feel like I was able to hit some pretty big gaming milestones. This week’s diary I look back at some of the crazy statistics I have tracked all year. Like all of us, I am looking forward to a new year and all of the gaming that it will bring. Happy New Year!
Join me for another episode of the Conesy’s Diary. On this week’s episode, I ramble on about how to promote and market your tournament. Marketing your event is really a way to attract attendees to turn out. Not everyone is a sales person, but hopefully these tips will help you when you run your next event!
Over the years, I have ran a number of tournaments and events. None of these ever had over 100 people at the event, but the experience of organizing and putting on an event that people looked forward to every year is something I wanted to share.
On this episode of the Diary, I dive into what factors you should consider when budgeting your event. There’s more to it than entry fees and prize support. Hopefully I can help share of my experiences to help you have a successful event.