D&D: Celebs Play Live in NYC

The finale of the second season of Force Grey will be broadcast live from New York City on November 18 at 3pm ET. Force Grey: Survive the Tomb will pit the star-studded cast of Joe Manganiello (True Blood, Magic Mike), Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood, Marvel’s Daredevil), Dylan Sprouse (Zack & Cody), and Utkarsh Ambudkar (The Mindy Project, Pitch Perfect) against the machinations of the lich Acererak and Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer (Overwatch, Critical Role). D&D fans in the NYC area – here’s your chance to watch some of the world’s most entertaining storytellers play Dungeons & Dragons live at Villain in Williamsburg, Brooklyn!

Fans can grab tickets for the event on Ticketfly to watch it in person. For limited time, tickets to see Force Grey: Survive the Tomb are $20 and VIP seating includes a copy of Xanathar’s Guide to Everything for $65. D&D fans around the world can watch Force Grey: Survive the Tomb exclusively on twitch.tv/dnd.

Force Grey, the elite adventuring party from the city of Waterdeep, debuted last year on Force Grey: Giant Hunters. To celebrate the Tomb of Annihilation D&D adventure storyline in stores now, the second season, Force Grey: Lost City of Omu, has been broadcasting episodes every Monday night at 5pm PT exclusively on Twitch. After 18 episodes, Force Grey: Survive the Tomb will wrap up the season as the adventurers head into the Tomb of the Nine Gods and confront whatever horrors await them. Catch up on all that’s happened so far in the Force Grey: Lost City of Omu collection here on Twitch.


D&D on Twitch

Force Grey: Lost City of Omu is available exclusively on Twitch through a partnership with Dungeons & Dragons. The D&D Twitch channel is a destination for fans of roleplaying games to enjoy watching live D&D play including Dice Camera Action with Chris Perkins, as well as a peek behind the curtain with the wizards who make D&D through shows like Dragon Talk. While all content on Twitch is free to view, fans can help support the channel and get extra perks – such as custom emotes, badges, and ad-free viewing – by subscribing to the D&D Twitch channel for $4.99/month. Continued support will go to expanding D&D entertainment on the channel and improving the quality of the livestreams. The D&D Twitch channel now has more than 50 hours a week of original programming both from the D&D team and partners in the D&D live streaming community. Here’s a view of all the shows currently broadcasting on twitch.tv/dnd:

Twitch is the world’s leading social video service and community for gamers where 15 million visitors gather each day to interact in real time with the more than 2.2 million unique content creators who broadcast each month. As part of its gaming content, Twitch has a strong fan base around role-playing and tabletop games, with D&D-related shows consistently growing in popularity.

Tune into twitch.tv/dnd to watch Force Grey: Lost City of Omu on Mondays at 5pm PT.

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