Sarah Natochenny is a Voice Arts® Award-winning actor best known for her ongoing work in the role of Ash Ketchum on Pokémon since 2006. Since then, she's been the go-to actor for protagonists in many animated series airing all over the world, reprising roles like Marian in Robin Hood and Tinkerbell in Peter Pan, and originating many roles in other long running series.
Martha Harms is a voice, commercial, and stage actor most widely known as the voice of “Maya” in Gearbox Software’s BORDERLANDS franchise. Other video games include THE WALKING DEAD: SURVIVAL INSTINCT, EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 5, SMITE, PALADINS, DUNGEON BOSS, and motion capture work in id Software’s DOOM (2016). Harms has joined the POKEMON tv series and films, playing recurring roles such as “Officer Jenny” and a spunky little waterbug named “Dewpider” in POKEMON: ULTRA SUN & MOON. Other favorite anime roles include trained killer/professor “Irina Jelavic” in ASSASSINATION CLASSROOM, “Yomikawa” in A CERTAIN SCIENTIFIC RAILGUN, “Kiwi” in ONE PIECE, “Scorpio (Eclipse)” in FAIRY TAIL, “Kazama” in WANNA BE THE STRONGEST IN THE WORLD, “Ranmaru Rindo” in GOOD LUCK, GIRL!, and the two-faced villain “Baron Ashura” in the MAZINGER Z: INFINITY movie. Harms was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and holds a BFA from Southern Methodist University. She now lives in New York City.
Former WWE Tag Team Champion / AEW Star / Impact World Tag Team Champion
Boogie2988 is a life long gamer who has amassed millions of followers and billions of views on social media. Sometimes controversial but always funny you might know him better for his online persona “Francis”
Clint Basinger is the human behind LGR, a YouTube channel dedicated to revisiting retro technology and covering the history of vintage computing for the past 13 years. Whether it's weird enough to appear on LGR Oddware, showing up on a shelf in LGR Thrifts, or is simply a fascinating topic for a retrospective, vintage computer goodies are always on tap. If it has a microprocessor, a keyboard, and especially woodgrain, chances are it's an LGR Thing.
Metal Jesus Rocks
The Metal Jesus is a long-haired rocker dude who runs a popular YouTube channel dedicated to Retro Gaming with a Heavy Metal soundtrack. With the help of the Seattle gaming community he covers Hidden Gems, Buying Guides as well as the popular I HATE U series, Gamer Eats and much more. He was also an employee at mega publisher Sierra On-Line in the 90s and he brings his love of big box PC gaming to his channel as well. (Appearance Sponsored by: Upstate Games)
Alex, also known as CND, creates a variety of videos for his YouTube channel "Alex CND". Starting when he was only 13 in 2011 his channel began by making lots of unboxing and collection videos. From then he's made rants, live streams and lots of travel vlogs. His vlogs focus on the experience of going to gaming events/conventions and the social aspect of the gaming community. Alex's most notable vlog series was when he became the symbolic "first person in the world" to purchase the Nintendo Switch when it launched in March 2017. He did so by waiting for an entire month prior to make sure he was the first in line at the Nintendo NY store in New York City. Yes, his Nintendo Switch tattoo is real.
Pat the NES Punk
Pat Contri is a game historian, collector, and online content producer best known for Pat the NES Punk, Flea Market Madness, the Completely Unnecessary Podcast, and The Video Game Years. He is the executive producer of Not for Resale: A Video Game Store Documentary and has produced the Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library and Guide to the SNES Library books.
William or DooM is a Nintendo Youtuber known for his comedy videos on various Nintendo games such as Breath of the Wild & Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. - Enjoys to play & collect both retro & modern video games.
I’m a video game reseller from Lexington KY, and I’ve been making YouTube videos about learning the resale business for over a year. My favorite pastimes are playing ultimate frisbee, watching Winnie the Pooh, and investing for retirement, and my favorite games are Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey because I’m a normie and a fake gamer. (Appearance Sponsored by: All Games Matter)
Cody Dennison (born March 11th, 1990), also known by his internet pseudonym Camelot331, is an American internet personality, singer, songwriter, guitarist, gaming streamer and social rights activist. He is best known for his videos discussing his career at GameStop as well as current event and for his 4-hour video game live-streams three nights a week (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights 9pm-1am EST).
Jake Randall has established himself as an expert in helping people purchase the PS5 and Xbox Series Consoles. Since their launch he has helped over 56,000 people buy one through his YouTube videos that provide tips for every retailer, and also his live streams that coach his viewers in real time whenever major retailers have restocks. His Twitter account also posts when these restocks go live and he was featured on the Today Show for his ability to help people buy these elusive consoles. Jake has cystic fibrosis and is an advocate for CF patients in addition to his streaming career. https://youtube.com/JakeRandall https://twitter.com/Jake_Randall_YT
Paul E. Niemeyer
Paul E. Niemeyer's game art career began at Bally/Midway in 1982, working for pinball legend, Paul Farris. Paul did art on "Tapper", "PacMan Plus", "Super PacMan", "Professor PacMan", "TRON", "Satan's Hollow", "Spy Hunter", "WACKO", and "Midnight Marauders", as well as dozens of prototype games. In 1984, he went freelance and worked on games like "Time Killers", "Aeroboto", "Star Guards", an endless list of prototype games, and the huge success, the Original "Mortal Kombat".
Retro Rick is always on the hunt for all things 80s & 90s nostalgia! From the movies, toys and games he’s dedicated his channel to the simpler times of the past. His channel primarily focuses on live game/toy hunting at flea markets, thrift store and garage sales taking the viewer along on the journey! Retro Rick has been creating videos on YouTube for 3 years now and releases videos every Monday & Thursday.
The Game Chasers
Billy and Jay make up the dynamic game collecting team known as The Game Chasers. Their mission: to scour the land far and wide to uncover gaming treasures of old. Whether it be gaming stores, flea markets, thrift stores, or even people’s attics, they search out retro games and have a blast while doing it. In 2011 they decided to put their adventures on YouTube and became an instant hit.
John Riggs has a knack for nostalgia with everything from classic breakfast cereal of our Saturday mornings to video games and all points in between. His YouTube channel shows his love for classic games, especially NES, ranking them by publisher or covering the best, worst, most obscure and underrated games for all consoles. He's a frequent guest on the Metal Jesus Rocks channel, has been known to hack NES games and tries to bring non-working games to life with 'open cart surgery'. (Appearance Sponsored by: Upstate Games)
Adam Koralik is a content creator who has been producing videos for over twelve years on YouTube. Whether he’s unboxing a PS5, cleaning and restoring a Sega Saturn, or just giving an engaging history lesson on previous console generations; Adam’s videos are a must-watch for any gamer. He is a video game console expert famous for his "Quick Shoot" series as well as Keep Dreaming, Console Retrospectives, and PlayLoad. He features consoles from different generations of gaming and provides many videos detailing how to repair them. He even has whole videos with incredible access to one of a kind prototypes like the Sega Pluto and Nintendo PlayStation! Adam has also contributed to the YouTube channel “GameSocietyPimps” with work on Skyrim for Pimps, Christopher Walkenthrough, and Disneyland Adventures videos; and also contributed to “BlameSocietyFilms” with work on Chad Vader and Beer & Board Games. An avid game collector, Adam owns nearly every video game console ever made (including Japanese and European models) and, as a self proclaimed nomadic traveler, has scoured the world to amass a huge collection of thousands of video games for dozens of consoles.
Chris is the writer and editor of the “Declassified” series as well as numerous dry-witted, nostalgia-packed retrospectives about the golden age of gaming. With a bachelors in History and an MA signed by then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chris combines his passion for games and history to craft documentaries about the most popular games of the past! If you see him at the show (and he’s 6’4” so you will) be sure to say “Hello”. He’d love to meet you! https://www.youtube.com/nescomplex
Pixel Game Squad
Aaron has been in the video game collecting scene for years. He started back on youtube in 2014 and has been apart of 3 channels all revolving around the world of retro gaming and it’s importance. Aaron saw great success in a show called TheNESPursuit and has recently brought the show back to great reception from the retro gaming community. He runs a channel called Pixel Game Squad where he can now upload quality content every few days while keeping the passion for retro alive. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRwh3TVQszgmDK6UHzHNdQQ/featured
The Retro World
The Retro World is a YouTube channel dedicated to finding video games, toys, and more all while saving money by going to yard sales, thrift stores, and wherever we can find good deals! We release a brand a new video game hunting episode every Friday along with other additional video content throughout the month.
Cheap Finds Gold Mines
Korbin and Aimee from Cheap Finds Gold Mines. We are full time video game hunters, lovers and resellers along with FPS connoisseurs!
Celia Beth Schilling is a video game marketer and influencer based in Los Angeles, California. She is the Marketing Manager for the retro-rooted indie developer, Yacht Club Games (best known for titles such as Shovel Knight, Cyber Shadow, and Mina the Hollower.) She uses her expertise to bring the magic of video games to adolescents and those who are kids at heart. While she’s primarily focused on video game marketing, she also has a retro gaming instagram called KosherGamer, where she shares her vast collection and passion for the retro gaming industry with her followers. In her free time she enjoys gaming, fitness, and hanging out with her pet cat, Mister Schmutz!
RetroWolf88 is a game collector and YouTuber who had a complete US GameCube game set and sold it. Now he is rebuilding the complete GameCube set a 2nd time and sharing his entire journey through EPIC Retro hunting videos.
Gamer Ahmer has a passion for retro and modern gaming which is shown throughout her YouTube Channel. Having a massive collection of Videogames, Gaming Kiosks, Authentic Store Displays, Standees, Action Figures, and Vintage Toys, she shares her “Tips and Tricks” on her channel and takes everyone along on her “Collecting Journey” while finding deals and preserving the history of these items. She has always had a love for these items growing up in the 90’s and strives to relive her childhood memories and give everyone that nostalgic feeling. https://www.youtube.com/GamerAhmer
NES ADDICT was born the day Jay Crouch realized he never beat Batman on the Nintendo when he had it as kid. After hunting down a copy of the game and an NES, he finally put those demons to rest and in doing so fell in love with retro gaming. Searching out youtube as a source for information on other Nintendo games, he realized there was a whole scene revolving around his new found passion. On October 10, 2015 Jay uploaded his first video to the NES ADDICT channel wanting to share his love for the retro video games after being influenced by his favorite channels such channels and Retro Liberty, Michael B The Game Genie, Iretrogamer, and NESComplex. Jay's new found passion is showcasing old Nintendo merchandise licensed in the 8 bit era on his Nintendo Oddities series.