While Warframe has TennoCon, and Blizzard has BlizzCon for the company’s games, it loooks like Bungie is gearing up for the studio’s own event, as the company has filed a trademark for “Bungiecon” (BungieCon?)!
Goods and Services:
jewelry Instruction guides and reference guides in the fields of video games, science fiction, fantasy and action-adventure stories; posters, calendars, trading cards other than for games, books, namely, novels, graphic novels and comic books in the fields of video games, science fiction, fantasy and action-adventure stories; stickers Halloween costumes and masks sold in connection therewith; costumes for use in role-playing; apparel, namely, shirts, sweatshirts, pants, shorts, hats, baseball caps, jackets, footwear, shoes, boots, namely, boots featuring video game characters, scenes and symbols Toys, namely, action figures and related accessories; playing cards and card games; trading card games; board games; plush toys education and entertainment services, namely, organizing and conducting fan conventions in the fields of video and computer games; entertainment services, namely, providing a website for news, reviews, previews and information, all related to video and computer games
Of course, given we are in the middle of a global pandemic, the big question here is: is this something that Bungie plans to do soon? Perhaps digitally?