Little eLeague is a Competitive Team Gaming League for Youth ages 8-17. Their mission is to foster IRL (in real life) social interactions through Coaching, Connections, and Competitions using Esports as the glue. During WasabiCon 2018, little eLeague will be taking over the “Captain’s Boardroom” at the Lexington Hotel & Conference Center and converting it to a game room.
The game room is scheduled to open each day at 11:00 AM and run until 8:00 PM on Saturday and 5:00 PM on Sunday during the convention. (NOTE: room hours are subject to change. Please check out the event schedule page for the latest times and info.)
You can learn more about little eLeague by visiting their official website at www.littleeleague.com – or follow them on social media:
From MissFushi’s Facebook page… “It was a bumpy start. I knew I wanted to do this, do something, but I am always so critical of myself. There are a million and one channels out there and I thought, what makes mine so special? With each and every video I try and become more comfortable with representing my true self and giving you something positive to leave with. When you click that subscribe button you not only gain access to my videos everyday but you also give me affirmation, that you like what you see from me and want to see more. Thank you for your sub, comments and likes. They make me smile and keep me determined to keep on doing what I love. If you want more ways to interact with me please connect with me on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.”
Based in North Florida, MissFushi is a rising star in YouTube broadcasting – and as we love supporting local talent at WasabiCon! Be sure to swing by and check out her panels all weekend.
WasabiCon is Jacksonville’s ultimate convention for fans of anime, cartoons, comic books, gaming, and all around geek culture. The event takes place Saturday and Sunday, November 2-3, 2013 at the Jacksonville Marriott located right off of I-95 near Butler Blvd. Tickets are $20 for Saturday, $15 for Sunday, or $30 for the weekend.
We have a solid guest list for our second event in Jacksonville, and we’re proud to welcome William Salyers – the voice of Rigby from the popular Adult Swim program Regular Show.Mr. Salyers will be on site all weekend hosting panels and signing autographs for fans.
In addition, we’re also welcoming Chris Cason (Mr. Popo and Tien Shinhan in Dragonball Z), Candy Keane (our Cosplay guest of honor), Paranormal Crossroads (our Paranormal guests of honor), Paul Chapman (our Podcast guest of honor), and Lisle Wilkerson (Nina Williams and Christie Monteiro in Tekken 5).
Console Alliance was created out of passion for film and video games with Isaak & Jeff attending local conventions and interviewing many people famous and not about there opinions on the video game world and more. While filming convention videos Isaak & Jeff filmed short comedic skits that eventually were the most liked segments of the videos. Coincidentally, before starting Console Alliance Isaak and Jeff always talked about making comedy sketches about funny video game moments and observations. Console Alliance went from convention videos to original shows and videos to what you see now.
Console Alliance will continue to bring you fun and enjoyable films for a long time to come.
Jeff and Isaak wanted to create a name that signifies there belief and dream in gaming. They believe that all gamers should stand together and play as one and not be separated by specific things like systems, games or opinions.
“Console Alliance” took about a three days to come up with. One day during a three hour brainstorming session Isaak and Jeff compiled a list of gaming “words” i.e. game, over, gamers ect. They wanted a two word name that could roll of the tongue while still remaining catchy and rememberable. After compiling a list of words Isaak and Jeff read random combinations until Isaak said “Console Alliance” Jeff said to stop and that he liked the sound of that one, Isaak Agreed and Console Alliance was born.
Console Alliance’s main and original goals still stand strong today, To show gamers and the gaming industry that we should stand together as one and to create fun and enjoyable films for all to watch. Console Alliance always wants to educate people who are not gamers through the magic of film that Video Games are not what popular media perceives them to be. Through film, comedy and more, Console Alliance can show uneducated persons that the Video game industry and culture is one that is good, wholesome, safe, and fun.
Console Alliance will be hosting the following panels at WasabiCon…
Console Alliance: THE PANEL (Note: Mature Audiences – Language) in PANELS A, Saturday, November 2nd, at 8:00 PM
Watch console alliance skits, shows, and more and the WasabiCon exclusive premiere of a new console alliance video. Stay with console alliance and get to know the casting and crew personally with a Q&A.
Console Alliance: Up Close and Personal in PANELS B, Saturday, November 2nd, at 11:00 PM
Want to get to know the Console Alliance members and learn about their field? Discuss their creative process with their members in a Q&A environment.
Console Alliance Q&A in PANELS A, Sunday, November 2nd, at 4:00 PM
Join console alliance for a behind the scenes look at some of our films and skits with an in-depth Q&A
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