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Paizo is proud to be participating once again in this year's Gauntlet charity boardgame tournament. Ever since the initial Gauntlet in 2013, Paizo has been playing boardgames and raising funds each May for organizations that benefit a different excellent cause each year. 


Jason Bulmahn accepts the Gauntlet trophy for Paizo's win at the first tournament in 2013. 

Last year at the Gauntlet: Realms, we set a new personal record for ourselves by raising $4,635 for Wellspring Family Services. We need your help to blow our previous record out of the water and raise even more! 

This year, we are excited to play games and raise funds to benefit of El Centro de la Raza  (the center for people of all races) which serves as a voice for the Latino and immigrant communities in Seattle and King County. Since 1972, El Centro de la Raza has built unity across racial and economic sectors, empowered the most vulnerable and marginalized populations and strives to provide justice to all peoples. From education and youth-focused programs to community building and development, they offer services to aid the Seattle community and beyond throughout all stages of life. 


Gauntlet: Realms 2018 group shot. 

On Sunday, May 19th, 2019,  twenty teams of 4 will gather to compete in a contest of skill and chance at Mox Boarding House in Bellevue, WA.

In the weeks leading up to the tournament, teams of four from local community groups and games industry businesses will raise donations for El Centro de la Raza. These donations will unlock power-ups to aid them as they compete in a series of table top games to win glory, and victoriously hoist the Gauntlet! This event is sponsored by ENGAGE - Card Kingdom and Mox Boarding House’s charitable giving program. For more information on how to make a donation, please visit the team pages to show your support!


Team Paizo 2018 from left to right: Luis Loza, Katina Davis, Andrew White, and Mark Seifter.


The Gauntlet trophy, in all it's glory!

Be sure to tag us on Twitter @moxboarding and use the official Gauntlet hashtag #MoxGauntlet when sharing about our event!

Watch the tournament unfold, live, on the Card Kingdom twitch channel!  Card Kingdom Twitch Channel

Thank you, generous donors, for making our event a success, year after year!  With your donations, we are able to create a measurable impact for the beneficiaries we hold near and dear to our hearts.  


                                                          -The ENGAGE Team

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