IsekaiCon builds a virtual get-away for those affected by COVID-19

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IsekaiCon is a new, upcoming virtual convention creating their own virtual world for those affected by the terrible COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020. The convention will be held July 17 – 18, 2020 online on their custom-tailored website, featuring a virtual exhibitors’ marketplace that includes creators of all kinds and educational, entertaining panels.

Despite the disruption to everyday life, COVID-19 has had the unanticipated effect of bringing together individuals of varying backgrounds. Among these people, a group of artists, a demographic most negatively affected by the virus financially, have come together to plan an event online – a location that most people are gathering now that Stay-In-Place orders have been issued across the country preventing them from meeting in person. This diverse group spans locations like here in the United States all the way to Australia

IsekaiCon is the perfect event for those stuck at home looking for things to do during the lockdown. It will be free to all attendees and anyone can visit from the comfort and safety of their home. July 17 – 18th will be days full of fun, from browsing and shopping several artists to watching live stream panels.

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