HyperX is the high-performance product division of Kingston Technology. Started in 2002, HyperX's portfolio includes high-performance memory, solid-state drives, USB Flash drives, headsets and mouse pads.

Booth: 12


PNY: Makers of XLR8 Graphics cards powered by Nvidia -- power packs, and much more! Be sure to check out their booth!

Nvidia VISIT

Torn Banner Studios VISIT

Torn Banner Studios is an exciting independent video game company located in Toronto, Canada. Passion and innovation are the core elements of everything that we do. We are people that truly love games and are lucky enough to be following our dreams, thanks to the incredible support from our community.

Codename Entertainment VISIT

Codename Entertainment was founded in 2008 in Victoria, B.C. by David Whittaker and Justin Stocks.
They started making games for Facebook and evolved in to making games for platforms like Kongregate.com, ArmorGames, and Steam.
In 2015, the company launched Crusaders of the Lost Idols.

Booth: 20

Steel Swords Productions VISIT

Steel Swords Productions is a media & communications company with the tools and experience to make any project come to life. We are proud to provide communications support for the LANtasy Gaming Society and help promote positive gaming culture on Vancouver Island.

Atlas Games VISIT

Atlas Games is a publisher of award-winning card games, board games, and roleplaying game books. Since 1990, we've delivered some of the most fun and well respected games in the tabletop gaming industry.

We pride ourselves on working with the hobby's best designers and authors, and releasing some of the most engaging gameplay and thrilling storytelling around. We're thrilled to be able to say that our games have changed the way gamers think about gaming.

TeamSpeak VISIT

TeamSpeak offers the ideal tool for online gaming, education and training, internal business communication, and staying in touch with friends and family. Our primary focus is delivering a solution that is easy to use, with high security standards, excellent voice quality, and low system and bandwidth usage. Featuring a client-server architecture, TeamSpeak is literally capable of handling up to thousands of simultaneous users.