TN Game Days Middle Tennessee's Annual Open Gaming Convention



Based on feedback from various attendees, we are reviving the annual TGD Math Trade.  The first question some people have right now is "What is a math trade?"  It is a lot simpler than it sounds.

First, you come up with a list of games that you are willing to trade and share them on a public list.  Then, after the time for submissions has closed, you take a look at all the other games being offered.  You then submit a list of which games you'd be willing to accept for each of your games that you are willing to trade.  A computer algorithm is then applied to all the lists to create as many trades as possible.  You bring the games that traded to TGD and you get new (to you) games in return - it's a win for everyone!  Plus, this system allows for chains of trades to be made - A gives to B who gives to C who gives to A - allowing trades when a one-to-one swap wouldn't work.  Take a look at the games up for trade and add your game today.

If you have ANY questions about the process, feel free to post in the comments and we'll answer them!