True Dungeon Raises $9,000 for Gygax Memorial [Video]

At Gen Con this year in Indy, True Dungeon pledged to donate $2 for every ticket sold for their event at Gen Con this year. 4,500 tickets were sold for True Dungeon so the grand total came to $9,000 which would be donated to the Gygax Memorial fund.

The fund benefits the late Gary Gygax whom which helped create the game Dungeons and Dragons and founded the Gen Con convention. The money will go towards a memorial dedicated to Gary and his legacy. Check out the video of the check presentation below.

About True Dungeon:
True Dungeon, produced by True Adventures, Ltd., has been the premier gaming event at Gen Con Indy since its inception in 2003.  Sponsored by Wizards of the Coast, True Dungeon is a two-hour live-action walk through event were players lose themselves in a medieval fantasy adventure complete with traps, monsters, puzzles and physical challenges.  Peter Adkison, CEO/Owner of Gen Con, LLC, said this about the event: “Simply put, True Dungeon is the coolest event in the gaming universe. It’s the largest event at Gen Con, in fact it’s so big that Gen Con has to open registration for it separate from the rest of the event listing or the system crashes. It’s so cool it has its own line of merchandise that is traded on the secondary market like collectibles. It must be seen to be believed! I am very proud to have True Dungeon as the Gen Con centerpiece.”

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