Britizen
2018
Con
Radisson Blu Hotel, Manchester Airport

Thank you!

Despite some technical issues, BritizenCon was a great success once again this year. Thank you all for attending and a big thank you to everyone who helped with the organisation, set up and running of the event. And thank you too to our sponsors, exhibitors, and to CIG. We’ve come a long way from our little event three years ago but we still have some way to go to get BritizenCon to the event that everyone wants it to be. So with that in mind, please click the button below and fill out our feedback form to help us make next year even better!
The panel videos and on-stream CIG staff interviews should be up on our YouTube channel in the next few days.

guests

Please note: All guests appear subject to work and life commitments and so panel line-ups may change at short notice.

Dev Panel 1

Erin Roberts

Global Head of Production

Brian Chambers

Development Director

Luke Pressley

Lead Designer

Dev Panel 2

Simon Vickers

Lead Level Designer

Cory Bamford

Props Artist

Dan Whiting

Senior Animator

Lee Banyard

Audio Director

SpecialEffect

SpecialEffect Logo

We are pleased to announce that SpecialEffect will be attending BritizenCon 2018. SpecialEffect are the gamers charity who put the fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games.

SpecialEffect will be presenting a panel about the work they do and will also be available in the exhibitor hall for you to find out more about the valuable work they do in bringing gaming to people to whom it was previously inaccessible.

SpecialEffect is the Oxfordshire based charity that uses technology to enhance the quality of life of severely disabled people, including stroke, traumatic injury, life-limiting conditions and injured soldiers. Their mission is to empower anyone – whatever their disability – to participate, aiding rehabilitation, self-esteem and vital inclusion.

exhibitors

JR Design & Fabrication

JR Design & Fabrication Ltd.

JR Design & Fabrication Ltd, creators of the amazing Raven model seen at CitizenCon last October, are proud sponsors of BritizenCon 2018. You may recall last year JR brought the GSS Locker, which drew a look of interest. We don’t want to spoil what they are building for us this year but let’s just say we’re excited to see them!

JR Design & Fabrication Ltd will have a table in the exhibitor hall and have also donated a special 6 Unit Star Citizen Crate to give away to one lucky winner in our raffle.

Republic of Lorell

Republic of Lorell

The Republic of Lorell is a Role Playing Organisation within Star Citizen. It features a complex lore, opportunities for text-based RP and a community spirit devoted to helping its members to realise their full potential. Lorell has members from all over the world and from a variety of different backgrounds.

The organisation will have a table in the exhibitor hall where they will have some trinkets and original artwork for sale.

schedule

Below is the official schedule for the event. This could change on the day so please check our live updates at the top of the page for the latest information.
  • 10:00 - Bar and exhibition area open. Anyone wishing to register for the competitions should also arrive at this time.
  • 10:30 - Competition heats start.
  • 13:00 - Welcome Address.
  • 13:15 - Dev Panel 1.
  • 14:00 - Dev Signing Session 1.
  • 15:00 - HCS Voicepacks + Fan Films.
  • 15:30 - Exhibitor Q&A.
  • 16:30 - Dev Panel 2.
  • 17:15 - Dev Signing Session 2.
  • 18:30 - Finals + Prize Giving.
  • 19:00 - Raffle.
  • 19:15 - Closing Address.
  • 19:30 - Close + Pub.
  • 20:00 - BarCitizen will commence about this time at the Tatton Arms.
With the exception of when the Dev panels are on, we plan to run the competitions and panels concurrently in two separate areas. This will allow attendees to watch whichever interests them more.


Cosplay
There is no cosplay competition this year but the wearing of cosplay is encouraged if you wish to do so. BritizenCon is an Armistice Zone. Attendees must not bring any weapons or anything that looks like a weapon to the event.

Short Film Showcase
If you have a fan film (up to 10 mins) that you wish to be shown at BritizenCon, please put them on YouTube and send us a link through our Contact Form. Ensure that the video is either public or unlisted. All videos will be vetted before being shown.

tickets

Please note! Tickets are no longer available to buy online but can be bought on the door for £35.

BritizenCon 2018 Tickets Available Now!

Tickets will be on sale until 11:30pm on Fri, 20th April 2018. Tickets will be sold on the door at an increased price of £35.

Standard Ticket



Entry Ticket
and
BarCitizen Entry



£30
 
Gold Tier
  • Entry Ticket
  • BarCitizen Entry
  • Hotel Room - Radisson Blu
    - Saturday night
  • Inclusive Breakfast
  • Raffle Ticket


£170
Sales of this tier end 19th March 2018

merch

Whether you bought a ticket that doesn’t have a T-Shirt included or you’d just like to show your support, you can now get your hands on Official BritizenCon 2018 merchandise in time for the event!

Attendees that have Merch included within their ticket will be receiving these shortly and don’t need to purchase them from here. But don’t let that stop you if you really must have two of everything!!!

BritizenCon 2018 T-shirt

BritizenCon 2018 T-shirt

BritizenCon 2018 Women's T-shirt

BritizenCon 2018 Women’s T-shirt

BritizenCon 2018 Hoodie

BritizenCon 2018 Hoodie

2017

We had two Dev Panels at BritizenCon 2017. The full videos for each can be seen here:

Design Panel

Technical Panel

support

Introducing the BritizenCon Support Centre

Anyone who has contacted us using the contact form since August 2017 will be aware that we have now set up a customer support ticket system. This offers a number of advantages to us organisers over just using email and allows us to get a faster response to your questions.

This support system has its own web interface, available from the link below where you can submit new support tickets and check the status of existing tickets. At some point in the future it will also contain a knowledgebase of frequently asked questions so you can check answers to common questions without having to submit a ticket.

All support tickets are answered by volunteers so please be patient with us. We aim to respond to all support tickets within a week but depending on the nature of the ticket this may not be possible.