Tabletop gaming without the turbulence.

Product subscriptions, publisher exclusives, profound care.

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New releases, automatically.

Since 2011, Covenant Subscriptions have been the easiest way to keep up with your favorite games. Ditch the "status quo" of constant pre-orders, allocation, and confusion, and spend that time enjoying the hobby instead.

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Real publisher relationships.

We don't just sell products. We establish relationships with publishers that we believe in and do everything we can to help them succeed. Passion and creativity is more than a commodity.

Steven talking to Simon Swan about Sorcery TCG
Christian Petersen having a discussion about tabletop games
Zach and Steven talking about Ashes Reborn

A better way to ship products.

Traditional online retail starts queuing product for shipment on or after their release date. We target release day delivery, which means getting products out the door before their release date.

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Covenant components on top of a packing envelope. An example of Covenant shipping packaging.
Steven and Zach having a discussion during a livestream.
A deckbox with a Covenant Phoenix during a tournament at Covenant.
Jonathan and Robert posing for a photo with someone at GenCon.
A row of drink glasses with the Covenant phoenix printed on them.
Jonathan sitting at a computer monitoring a video-recorded conversation between Steven and his guest.
Raphe addressing tournament participants during a Covenant-hosted event.
A full store of players during a tournament at Covenant.
Unopened Arkham Horror products stacked on top of each other with Steven working on a laptop in the background.
A camera's viewfinder in the foreground recording a conversation about the board game Ankh between Steven and Eric Lang in the background.
A view of the Covenant logo printed on the store entrance door from the inside of the store.
Bryce, Robert, and Steven discussing different design treatments of the Yellow Beam Cosmic Board for Marvel Champions.
A table number card 23 at a tournament run by Covenant.
Steven and Zach having a discussion during a livestream.
A deckbox with a Covenant Phoenix during a tournament at Covenant.
Jonathan and Robert posing for a photo with someone at GenCon.
A row of drink glasses with the Covenant phoenix printed on them.
Jonathan sitting at a computer monitoring a video-recorded conversation between Steven and his guest.
Raphe addressing tournament participants during a Covenant-hosted event.
A full store of players during a tournament at Covenant.
Unopened Arkham Horror products stacked on top of each other with Steven working on a laptop in the background.
A camera's viewfinder in the foreground recording a conversation about the board game Ankh between Steven and Eric Lang in the background.
A view of the Covenant logo printed on the store entrance door from the inside of the store.
Bryce, Robert, and Steven discussing different design treatments of the Yellow Beam Cosmic Board for Marvel Champions.
A table number card 23 at a tournament run by Covenant.

Retail that matters.

Covenant was founded in 2007 because the tabletop gaming environment we all grew up in left a lot of people, and a lot of excellent games, behind - and that's still the case. Game stores, both online and local, have massive influence over the direction of the industry, which is why we've been so focused on developing solutions like Covenant Subscriptions, the Player-Driven Production model, and the next iteration of our local play space. There's a lot more work to do, so we hope you'll join us in crafting a better future for this hobby.