Depending on which blogs you read and which podcasts you listen to, you might have heard that competitive 40K is dead, or dying, or so out of control its not fun. Evidently the 2015 Adepticon 40K main event didn’t sell out in under and hour (as I’ve heard it has the past few years) and this is being touted as proof positive. I know that the last three years, since the demise of 5th edition, locally our tournament scene has been hurting a bit. The local premiere event sold out at 90 players in January 2012. We’ve been lucky to sell half that number of tickets the last 3 years. This gave rise to a feeling of doom and gloom about the state of competitive 40K. However, with the conclusion of the 2015 Las Vegas Open, hosted by Frontline Gaming, that cloud appears to have lifted.
League of Underwhelming Miniature Painters presents the “LVO Last Chance 40K Practice Tournament” hosted by Great Escape Games and sponsored by BattleComm in Sacramento, CA on Sunday February 8, 2015.
- First Round begins promptly at 10am, check-in at 9:45
- Entry fee is $15
- The address is 1250 Howe Avenue, suite 3A, Sacramento, CA 95825