BLOXcon London is wrapping up as we speak. It was, as expected, an exciting and amazing opportunity to meet with ROBLOX fans across the pond (and one family from Tennessee that made the trek with us). While we’ll have a more detailed recap in the coming days, we want everyone to see what it was like to be part of BLOXcon London today at the Royal Air Force Museum. Thanks to everyone who attended and made it a totally enjoyable, totally worthwhile event.
BLOXcon London is open!
An aerial shot above the registration area.
The first run of CEO David Baszucki’s “State of ROBLOXia” presentation.
Being that we were at the Royal Air Force Museum and we’re a building platform, we had a paper-airplane contest where winners took home great prizes.
A shot from the hangar where BLOXcon was held.
Brad presenting on the Main Stage.
A shot from the R&D Lab.
ROBLOXians playing with the physics demo in the R&D Lab.
Physics demo = thumbs up.
More R&D Lab fun.
In the R&D Lab, players could test their skills driving with our new vehicle physics and get their times on the wall!
One more R&D shot for good measure.
The Main Stage Presentation crowd. Time for Q&A!
David and crew answering questions from the crowd on stage.
A BLOXcon attendee asking their question.
And getting an answer from Keith.
Another shot from the hangar.
Christina presenting awards on the Main Stage.
John and Becky signing posters at the Staff Booth.
Isaiah signing BLOXcon posters for a family that traveled from Malta.
Another shot of Isaiah and friends.
David (aka Builderman) signing BLOXcon London posters.
Shannon hanging out at the staff booth with a ROBLOXian.
John signing a full set of 10 ROBLOX trading cards.
A long shot of the staff booth area and paper airplane contest.
More shots from the hangar.
Simon working with Hackathon participants.
Dan working the Hackathon.