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Sunday, July 20 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Retroware Q&A

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The experts behind classic gaming and knowledge are sitting down to answer your questions. Whether you love old games, or are thinking of starting to kick it old school, you shouldn't miss these guys are they are chalk full of knowledge.


The Game Chasers

Producers, Retroware TV
His name is Billy, and he’s been gaming since the Atari 2600 and Intellivision, but “true gaming” for him started his first NES. He fell in love with gaming at that moment and his passion continues to this day. He has been a serious collector since 2004. His name is Jay, and he is a gameaholic. People say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. But what if you know you have a problem and don’t want... Read More →

Joey DeSena

Co-Founder & Producer, Clan of the Gray Wolf
Once described as the “Alton Brown of video games” — his greatest compliment — Joey “Roo” DeSena co-founded the geek-centric website,Clan of the Gray Wolf, in 2009. His flagship series, “16-Bit Gems”, brings to light under-appreciated classics from the 16-bit era of video gaming. Meanwhile, his other main series “The Way Games Work” explains video game technology to the layman (with... Read More →

Shane Luis

Producer, Retroware TV
Straight from Cambridge, Ontario. Shane Luis is the host of Rerez, a YouTube channel with several shows focused on video games. His channel is home to Cooking 4 Gamers, Garry Gamer, Positives & Negatives, as well as regular weekly reviews and videos on gaming! Rerez grabbed the attention of RetrowareTV who wasted no time in adding Shane to their ranks. Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of the gaming industry, Shane is all about games.

Epic Game Music

Producer, Retroware TV
James Ronald is a 10 year veteran of the touring band Delinquints and creator of Epic Game Music which is a show re-imagining video game music with concussive beats, driving bass lines and wailing guitar solos. Recently Epic Game Music has been taking the internet by storm and most notably was picked up to be part of the RetrowareTV family.

Sunday July 20, 2014 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Webster ABC Hamilton Convention Centre by Carmen's

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