Gen-Con makes a play in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Indianapolis has not be overrun by vampires or wizards.
But hundreds of people dressed up as vampires and wizards started flooding the Indiana Convention Center on Thursday as Gen-Con kicked off.
It is the longest running gaming convention in the world and features 8,000 events over four days. It is expected to pump $36 million into the local economy over the weekend.
For more information on the convention, visit their website.