Thank You!
May 3, 2017

Thank you to all the incredible gamers, exhibitors, vendors and speakers who helped make BetaCon 2017 such an awesome success. We are honored to help bring together such a great community and humbled by your support. We are also thrilled to announce that BetaCon will be returning in the spring of 2018! So, keep an eye out for a date announcement in the coming months.

A special thanks goes out to all the media who covered BetaCon 2017. We are excited to continue these conversations about video games and tech throughout the year. Here is a selection of the write-ups on the inaugural event. (Photos by Adam Kupka below!).

Oregonian Preview

Oregonian Feature


GamerBoyTalks (SoundCloud)

Bad Yeti Media

Portland Tribune

Geeks WorldWide

The Button Smashers

Plug and Play Gamer

Byte Me Podcast

YouTube - Inquisition Studios

YouTube - Hijiump Heads to BetaCon 2017

We also want to extend a heartfelt thank you to all of the sponsors, exhibitors, panelists and other supporters of BetaCon. These participants helped make this event such a huge success.

Sponsors & Supporters: Intel, Insomniac Games, Wacom, Red Bull, Survios, CD 

Projekt Red, Razer, Art Institute of Portland, Kinjo, Form 3D Foundry, Potter Decal

Stage Presenters: Intel, Sony, Wacom, Nike, Ubisoft, Pipeworks, Liquid Development, Phoenix Labs, Art Institute of Portland, Teak, Polycount, Oregon Story Board Kinjo, Portland Retro Gaming Expo, Portland Mercury, Oregon Games Project Challenge, University of Oregon, Black Shell Media, Nightdive Studios

Exhibitors: Appsomniacs, Baroque Creations, Bits & Bytes PDX, Boss Drop, Brian Wolf, Daylight Studios, Deadlock Interactive, Form 3D Foundry, Geek Girl Stuff, Gravity Wave, Hunters from the Bathroom, Indie Voyage, Kumoricon, Kinjo, Longneckgames, Lucid Sheep Games, Morgan Designs, Oregon Games Project, PIGSquad, polycount, Portland Retro Gaming Expo, Potter Decal, Queermo Games, Ragtag StudioSniper City, Spectradia, Spooky Buns, StepManiaX, Tacoma,Think On Labs, Thunder Lion Studio, Transfixed Games, Wacom, Wickworks.

Photos by Adam Kupka: