Dungeons & Dragons loves the amazing video streams produced by our fans. This community-generated live-play highlights what’s fantastic about D&D—sitting down together with your friends to tell a grand story!

To celebrate, we’ve invited a bunch of D&D streamers and luminaries to Seattle, Washington to hang out and roll some dice on June 2nd and 3rd! This two-day event is called the Stream of Annihilation and it’s two full days of streaming that D&D fans won’t want to miss. We’ll have folks from Misscliks, Maze Arcana, Critical Role, and Dice, Camera, Action! with Chris Perkins, not to mention international gaming groups like Yogscast's HighRollers (U.K.) and Dragon Friends (Australia).

Programming

Kicking off at 10am on both June 2nd and 3rd, hosts Anna Prosser Robinson and Kelly Link will talk to the Wizards of the Coast D&D team and learn all about our next exciting storyline coming in September. Then each group of streamers will play or share a sample of what to expect from the campaigns they’ll be running over the summer that preview the new D&D story. There will be multiple live games, interviews, new product unveils and improvised hilarity each day, starting at 10am PT and ending at 10pm each night. You’ll get introduced to the High Rollers crew delving into uncharted territory DMed by Mark Hulmes, a new Misscliks show investigating rumors called Risen, two weekly groups from our friends Satine Phoenix and Ruty Rutenberg at Maze Arcana, a new group of L.A. actors called Girls Guts Glory, and more!

Throughout the Stream of Annihilation, we’ll drop details on our expanded D&D Twitch programming, new accessories fans have been clamoring for coming later this year, and amazing board games and products from our partners. You’ll hear from Cryptic Studios about plans for Neverwinter, Curse Media for D&D Beyond, as well as WizKids, Gale Force 9, Fantasy Grounds, Roll20, and more. Plus, like any Dungeon Master worth their salt, we have a few exciting surprises to pull from our bags of holding!

About the Group: The HighRollers

The HighRollers are a group of UK-based D&D Streamers, partnered with the YouTube gaming network The Yogscast. The HighRollers gang aim to produce a genuine D&D experience in their streams, something that would feel right at home with any gaming group. The party is a mixed bag of D&D experience, with some having played for years, some completely new, and everything in-between.

Kim Richards, freelance presenter, writer, YouTuber and Streamer, plays K’ehleyr Ragehorn the Half-Orc Barbarian. But don’t let the fact that K’ehleyr tries to charm the pants off everyone or feast on whole hog roasts fool you. Inside her proud heart lies a passion for discovering ancient relics and the secrets of forgotten kingdoms.
Twitter: @nanosounds

Matthew Toffolo is an in-house video editor for the Yogscast and possibly the world’s biggest Doctor Who fan. Matt plays Sir Cromsby Regnus Dolnum the Third, Dwarven Bard, socialite, and wheeler-dealer. Sir Cromsby isn’t afraid to work with thieves, scoundrels or mad sorcerers if it means he can line his pockets with gold.
Twitter: @batmanmarch

Chris “Trottimus” Trott, one third of the popular YouTuber trio Hat Films, will be playing Six Frisky Flames the Tabaxi Sorcerer. A strange and unusual seeker of forgotten arcane knowledge, especially the history and stories of ancient treasures.
Twitter: @trottimus

Katie Morrison, Talent Manager for Multiplay Events, will be playing the Half-Elf street urchin Fia. A thief and scoundrel who appears to care for coin and not much else. Hired as an “assistant” for Sir Cromsby’s nefarious dealings in antiquity, Fia has stolen her fair share of ancient treasures from tombs, palaces, museums and manors.
Twitter: @LittleNommer

Mark “Sherlock” Hulmes, is the Dungeon Master. Mark wanted to bring his own brand of DMing to the Yogscast audience and gathered a plucky bunch of players to run through his own homebrew adventures. HighRollers: Uncharted Territory is his chance to bring his love for pulpy, action/adventure to the gaming table.
Twitter: @sherlock_hulmes

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