More crowd-pleasing announcements were deployed last week to keep the #BAM13 hype train cruising smoothly towards June 9th. For starters, here’s a swag of newly-confirmed games which will receive tournament support at Australia’s biggest FGC event:
Battle Arena Melbourne 11 is fast approaching for it’s eleventh year in a row and we are excited to announce this years guests attending our artist alley!
Jeffery “CHAMBA” Cruz is a renowned artist known for his work at UDON’s Street Fighter Comic series. Always a friend to the community (even doing some offical work for BAM in previous years, including the fantastic shirts for BAM9 in 2017) Chamba is back again for another year to sell and show off his fantastic, unique and stylish fighting game inspired art that is sure to bring a lot of personal flare to any player who wants to show off their FGC passion.
Danyon Street is a full time Freelance artist that has worked for a number of small film companies,game development groups, self published authors and startups.
Danyon also travels the country selling his art as printed posters that range from fan art to personal work. During conventions he also takes traditional ink commissions in addition to bookings for future work, from fan art pieces to a client’s personal visions.
Shenae and Mel Guzzardi, identical twins from Melbourne, Australia. They will be selling prints of their artwork based on video games, anime, film and pop culture, as well as offering commissions for custom art pieces.
Spin is an avid Nintendo fan, so the staple franchises you can expect to see at his table include such great Nintendo staples as Splatoon, Smash Bros. and Pokemon. Spin will be selling A4 and A5 prints, badges and stickers! As a personal message Spin says “I’m excited to meet you all – it’s going to be a fantastic weekend. See you there!”
Featuring charms and badges of fan favorites, curated by the local Fighting Game Community. Commissions also available on-site.
Calling all artists! Battle Arena Melbourne 10 is not just a major esports tournament, but a gaming convention too. We are taking applications for artists who want to hold a table at the event, where you can display and sell your artwork. Apply here: http://bit.ly/bam10artist
This year, BAM9 will be host to some of the most prolific and renowned pop culture and video game artists in all of Australia.
Local artists can join two very special guests who will be joining us for a weekend of Fighting Game goodness. Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz and Kode “Bosslogic” Abdo will join the Couchwarriors family for BAM weekend selling prints and other goodies.
Info for Artists to Exhibit at BAM
If you are interested in having an artist stall at BAM9, please email through to [email protected] and reach out to us via social media with any general questions.
Price per table: $150 for the 3 days
Table Length: 0.7m x 0.3m
Another superstar artist will grace BAM9: digital guru Kode Abdo aka Bosslogic!
An expert in the field of digital art/manipulation with his fingers everywhere in the entertainment industry, Bosslogic will have three tables at the BAM9 Artist Alley where he will sell his artwork and hang out with his fans. Checkout his work over at https://www.artstation.com/artist/bosslogic