December 5, 2022

2022 Board Game Industry Predictions In Review

Episode: 103

The Crowdfunding Nerds review last years predictions and discuss the developments and trends of the board game industry in 2022.

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The Crowdfunding Nerds review last years predictions and discuss the developments and trends of the board game industry in 2022.

00:04:02 – Reviewing Rick’s First 2022 Prediction
00:07:31 – Reviewing The Elden Ring Kickstarter Campaign
00:21:27 – Reviewing Rick’s Second 2022 Prediction
00:23:58 – Reviewing Andrew’s First 2022 Prediction
00:30:19 – Reviewing Andrew’s Second 2022 Prediction
00:36:07 – Reviewing Andrew’s Third 2022 Prediction
00:46:51 – Reviewing Sean’s Only 2022 Prediction

Shownotes

Gabe Barrett’s YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@gabebarrett

2022 Crowdfunding Predictions & Forecasts For Tabletop Marketing – https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode52/

Elden Ring The Board Game – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/steamforged/elden-ring-the-board-game

Summer Vacation Spend Up 91% – https://www.travelagentcentral.com/your-business/stats-summer-vacation-spend-91-percent-over-pre-covid-levels

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