Board Game Club marks launch of toy inventor’s club Mojo Nation with playtesting special

The London grown-up games night, Board Game Club is returning this April with a playtesting special to mark the launch of Mojo Nation, a body dedicated to the toy and game designer community.

The event – taking place on Thursday, April 20 at the every Hotel Piccadilly in London – will provide budding inventors and established games designers with the chance to try out prototypes and games ideas in a friendly and sociable environment.

“This is the first playtesting special that we’ve held,” said Board Game Club’s co-founder, Lesley Singleton.

“We’ve always welcomed inventors and designers over the past few years, but with the launch of Mojo Nation, we felt it was a perfect time to hold a ‘proper’ night dedicated to prototypes and new ideas.

“That said, we will still have an eclectic collection of established titles on offer for everyone to play too. We’re looking forward to seeing what our guests bring along and excited that maybe – just maybe – the ‘next big thing’ might be played for the first time at our Board Game Club.”

Board Game Club events regularly attract an eclectic mix of 60 to 80 games brand execs, buyers, inventors, influencers and general public. The nights are open to anyone over the age of 18 and are free to attend.

For further details and to get your name on the guest list, sign-up at www.boardgameclub.net and check your inbox for the invitation.

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