We always like to try out new things–new ways to help streamers, media, and… well… whoever get the most out of their time at events. PAX can be an overwhelming experience, with so many games to play, and all those shiny lights. It can be hard to figure out what’s worth playing. Wellllll here comes Evolve PR, beacons of hope in a confusing world. At PAX East in Boston, we’ve created a little game we like to call Scavenger Hunt by Evolve. Terribly inventive name, yes.

What is it?
Essentially, the Scavenger Hunt is a way for us to highlight some of our clients and their awesome games–no joke, we don’t work with companies whose games we don’t really like!–and to let you have some fun. And if you’re interested in this sort of thing, by completing the card and sending it in to us, you’ll be entered into a random draw for a prize pack including a $200 Amazon gift card and a bunch of exclusive, signed swag from the devs on hand.

How do I play?
Grab a map from a participating booth, or print off the PDF below. Using the map, locate participating Evolve PR clients on the PAX East show floor, and ask for the relevant person. Play or watch the demo (depending on the booth), and get your stamp. Once you’ve completed your card, send it to us at [email protected] (either a scan or a photo), and you’ll be entered to win the prize.

Do I have to be in the media or a streamer to participate?
Not really! While some of the demos will be limited to media or influencers, in a lot of cases you can just stop by and check out the games. You do still need to get the stamp from the relevant person, though!

Something to note: 
Many of the demos are being shown on a set schedule, and many of the media slots are full already. If you stop by a booth and they don’t immediately have room, ask if you can make an appointment to stop by later, or see if you can just hop on an open pod to play.

If you have any questions, just email us at [email protected], or swing by the Nidhogg booth (MEGABOOTH 13085) and talk to our own Brian Rowe.


Low-res map (download the high-res one if you want to print it)

Download the high-res PDF here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B4tB_X6gKk7MNDZMRnFsZVlTazA?usp=sharing

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