Articles for May 2016

How To Serve Man T-Shirts Now Available!

There comes a time in the life of every young game company when thoughts turn to promotional merch. To that end, Gateway Games is proud to announce fancy How To Serve Man t-shirts!

How To Serve Man Shirt

We don’t have a model but it does look pretty sweet haphazardly folded on a table.

Let’s face it: Polite society demands people wear clothing most of the time. So if you’re going to wear a shirt, why not wear one that declares your love for the galaxy’s favorite cooking competition? Make perfect sense to us, anyway. Besides, these 100% high-quality black cotton tees feature a road map to the tastiest bits of people, er, meeples. The only way this shirt could be any better is if it came in Women’s AND Men’s sizes, and guess what? WE’VE GOT BOTH.

Supplies are very limited, so if you want to make sure you’ve got one of these shirts for your next BBQ, you’ll need to jump on that quick. We’re not sure when we’ll get another run printed, but it won’t be for a long while.

Pop on over to our shop and grab a How To Serve Man shirt while supplies last. Who knows? If these do well, maybe we’ll branch out into Gateway Games aprons? Socks? UnderpOKAY okay, just the shirts for now, geez.

HUGE SUCCESS: 2016 Ryan Walsh Memorial ITTD Cancer Research Benefit

Many of us here at Gateway Games experienced an immeasurable loss when we lost our good friend Ryan Walsh to neuroendocrine cancer back in October of 2015. We immediately knew we wanted to host an event in his memory and raise funds to help others battling the disease. So we made a humble request of the St. Louis board game community: come play some board games with us on International Table Top Day and, if you can, buy a raffle ticket or make a donation to the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation.

And boy, the St. Louis board gaming community delivered.

Ten hours and nearly one hundred attendees later, we raised $1626 for the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Center, much more than we ever expected. The event was so successful, in fact, we’re already making plans to do it again next year!

Thank you so much to everyone who came out and enjoyed International Table Top Day with us. Special thanks to Arch Reactor, Stonemeier Games, The Geek Nest, Miniature Market, Eric Heibbler, TRX Tattoos, VIVIsect Studios, Jeffrey Bain, SUBCULTURE Comics, Matt Reedy, Jezzy, Geekway to the West, DieCon, Piaza Productions, STL PRO Inc., Little Fox Tarot, Doll Teeth, Amanda Pepper, Joe Ploch, and Jamie Toon for generously donating their time and prizes for our raffles and play-and-pay. You all made this event more successful than we could have imagined.

If you missed the event and would still like to make a donation to the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Center, you can do so by visiting our event page and donating via Paypal. Thanks again, and we look forward to seeing you all again next year!