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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > October 2019 (#35) > At a Glance

At a Glance

London’s unmissable gaming convention returns to Alexandra Palace next September for its third year

We’re excited to announce that our London convention Tabletop Gaming Live will return for a third year in 2020!

After an amazing first year in 2018 and what looks to be an even better 2019 (as we write this, we’re mere days away from the show!), Tabletop Gaming Live 2020 will bring the year’s biggest and best games back to London’s gorgeous Alexandra Palace on Saturday, September 26th and Sunday 27th 2020.

As for what you can expect, we’ll have plenty of exciting announcements to reveal in the weeks and months to come – be the first to know by picking up the latest issue of Tabletop Gaming magazine and keeping an eye on

This year’s convention saw even more hot releases and upcoming games available to play on the show floor – many for the first time in the UK – including the likes of Dune, the new Disney Villainous game, the next game from Kingdomino creator Bruno Cathala and the latest instalments in the Ticket to Ride, Pandemic, Sushi Go! and Love Letter series.

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