A Fateful Encounter

My journey with MAGWest began during Rockage 3.0, in February of 2014, at San Jose State University. As part of the campus’ Game Development Club I volunteered some of my time to watch over our pride and joy student-built Arcade Cabinets. While here I had what I’ll always consider to be a fateful encounter.

I met Dominic Cerquetti, former game developer, and at-the-time CEO of MAGFest Inc. Read that tale here.

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Introduction to MAGFest

The first ever interaction with MAGFest was during Rockage 3.0, in February of 2014, at San Jose State University. As part of the campus’ Game Development Club I volunteered some of my time to watch over our pride and joy student-built Arcade Cabinets. While here I had what I’ll always consider to be a fateful encounter.

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It All Starts With A Name Many things in this world revolves around names. Everybody has one. Me, you, my father. My father was born David Alexander Richard Evans, and he was the son of Derek Alexander Evans. I am Daniel Alexander Ross Evans, and I am the son of David Alexander Richard Evans. I can’t quite explain why. Honestly, I don’t think I really need to. I just, I can’t explain why this lineage of names is important to me.