The Moose Jaw Gamer’s Association mission is to provide a safe and entertaining environment where people of all types can come together and enjoy the pastime of various forms of entertainment collectively known as gaming.
Jess is a native of Moose Jaw and has lived here for most of his life with a few short periods away for school. He has worked for SaskTel since 2007. Jess has previously produced an off the cuff podcast that discussed current news, runs his own technology consulting business, and enjoys all genres of gaming.
Talon Regent’s two passions are gaming and the law. He is a lawyer by day and a politician by night, Talon tries to fit in a healthy dose of gaming when he can. He enjoys all types of gaming and argues that Virtual Reality is a reasonable substitute for real exercise.
Kurt lives in Regina, but his favorite place to be is gaming. When he isn’t working he’s splitting his time between PC gaming, pen and paper RPGs, as well as board and card games. He’s been part of the GAX community for many years and in 2018 he will be added his passion for gaming to the Executive team.
Lance has lived in Moose Jaw for the past decade and worked for SaskTel for over 11 years. He enjoys the outdoors, spending time with friends and computer gaming. He believes gaming can be a positive influence on our communities, and is a wholesome activity if given the right environment.
Ryan was born and raised in Moose Jaw. He moved to Saskatoon in 2010 to work for the City of Saskatoon in the Traffic Signal department. He enjoys all sorts of computer, console, board, card, and pen & paper rpg games. He has been helping with the GAX for many years and officially joined the executive team in 2018.
Kristian was born and raised in Moose Jaw. He moved away to the west for about a decade, and returned home after some college, university, and work to join the Sasktel workforce. He enjoys many online games with friends, so long as they are MAC compatible. He brings some great connections in the media and has a broad knowledge of public relations from school and life experiences.
As a part of our general charter, we have dedicated any profits above and beyond each year’s operating budget to be donated to children’s charities in the spirit of gaming.
We are solid believers in listening to what our attendees request and say in regards to events. The sky is the limit!
Throughout any growth, our main vision will always be to provide a place for people to gather and enjoy a time of stress free, no-pressure gaming.
We adhere to the Canadian Non-Profit Corporations Act S.C. 2009 and as such a copy of our bylaws can be attained upon request.