"It's amazing what one can do when one doesn't know what one can do" (Jim Davis)

Bidding a Game

We are seeking out a diverse selection of LARPs / Freeforms, Live games, call them what you will, in as many different styles and genres as we can find. Ask ten LARPers what LARP is about and you'll get thirteen different answers. We're trying to find interesting games that satisfy as many of those possibilities as we can. We encourage new authors to bid games as much as we recruit experienced authors. We also encourage authors who've never run anything before to bid, but we would suggest a maximum of one game in this case, if you are an established group or GM we would welcome a maximum of two bids, in the initial stages. We'd like to give lots of people a chance to run a game. and we'd like our GMs to get the chance to play some games as well. Whether it's a new game or one that's been run before, we're interested in what you have to propose.

I Want To BID!

Please fill out the bid form with as much information as possible. This is the best way to help us evaluate your bid quickly.



What kind of games are you looking for?

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When do I have to get my bid in?

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Other Frequently Asked Questions About Bidding

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Bid Deadlines

Consequences solicits bids for games in rounds, as needed, based on the number of registrants we get. It's our goal to have a great schedule of games up as early as possible!

Game bids received before the deadline will be evaluated in a timely manner. Early bids will get an early decision!

Round Bid Deadline Decision Date
First: March 15th March 19th
Second: June 15th June 19th
Consequences schedules games as needed
to meet registration demands

Consequences actively solicits bids in the months leading up to the convention. As the convention attendance grows, based on registration numbers, we may need a third round of bids.

Why Bid Early?

There are several great reasons to get your game bid in early:

  • You're likelier to get the time slot you desire. As the schedule fills, the prime time slots fill up.
  • Your game gets more publicity and advertising. It's likelier to fill earlier, which will give you more time to cast and plan.
  • You get a better chance at attracting the players who know that it's smart to sign up early for games.

If you have any questions, please ask our Bid Chair: info AT consequences DOT org DOT uk