MAY 24th - 27th 2018 / Atlanta, GA



MomoCon 2018 Indie Games

MomoCon 2018 Indie Game Exhibitors

MomoCon 2018 is the 4th year for our Indie Game Area, and will feature over 48 spots to demonstrate games to the more than 34,000 (unique) expected MomoCon 2018 attendance. This will be in the Exhibit Hall, located near vendors and exhibitors, which is a change from previous years in our gaming hall. Each Indie group who is accepted will be provided with a 10 x 10 booth bordered with 3 ft low curtains, skirted and covered 6ft x 2ft table, 2 chairs, 3amp power hookup, and 4 MomoCon 2018 4-Day Memberships. This space will be provided for the event days of Thursday May 24th to Sunday May 27th. Companies that apply here and later selected as a finalist in the Indie Game Showcase, you will be provided with a full refund for the booth.  If you have questions about spaces larger than 10 x 10, please contact info@momocon.com

If you would like to register for booth space in advance, you can register for a booth here. We are providing a special price for indie game exhibitors of $550 for a 10 x 10 with power and wireless internet included. Normal vendor prices are $700 – $800 for a 10 x 10, and normal exhibitor prices are $900 for 10 x 10 with no power and internet. If you become a finalist, we will refund the payment as part of the prizing. The judges are unaware of who is exhibiting, and is not a factor in making a decision of the 20 finalist games.

Indie Game Registration is Live.

MomoCon Indie Awards Showcase

MomoCon 2018 will be our 4th annual Indie Awards Showcase. You can see Kotaku‘s report of the judging process here. And registration is available here.
Prior to the convention, 20 finalists will be selected from the pool of submissions.  The 20 finalists will be provided with complimentary space in the MomoCon 2018 Indie Game Exhibits Area, and will then be reviewed by a group of journalists and an indie game developer, including:

  • Rami Ismail, founder, Vlambeer
  • Jen MacLean, executive director, IGDA
  • Mike Fahey, senior reporter, Kotaku
  • Tina Amini, games editor, Mashable
  • Sam Leichtamer, producer, GameSpot
  • Darren Nakamura, Destructoid

Five winning entries will be chosen from the 20 finalists and announced in an awards ceremony on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Developers of the winners will receive:
$1,000 Prize
10 x 20 Exhibit Space at MomoCon 2019
Dedicated Panel at MomoCon 2019
Highlighted placement in a MomoCon newsletter going to tens of thousands of gamers
Glass Trophy

MomoCon 2017 Finalists

In addition to the 20 finalists above, we are excited to highlight 3 Georgia made games eligible for the second ever MomoCon Georgia Award:


MomoCon 2016 Finalists

In addition to the 20 finalists above, we are excited to highlight 3 Georgia made games eligible for the first ever MomoCon Georgia Award:


MomoCon 2015 Winners