Personally I hope that MineCon 2013 should be in the U.S.A For family and financial reasons (and I'm sure others have the same problem) I cannot fly across the world for a video game convention. Also my dad promised me that I could go to MineCon when it comes back to U.S.A. I am also under 18, so everything is pretty much up to my parents.
well i think that minecon should be in the U.S because my parents also agreed that they would take me next time and because many families in american cant got o minecon. parents arent going to let their kids fly half way around the world to go to a minecraft convention. so martyn(inthelittlewood) does a live stream every friday at 8 his time but that is 3 my time the ppl on the west cost cant watch it bc its to early of a time most kids are at school or something. minecon 2013 should be in america washington DC because DC is the nations capital of america and it has many rentable places to have minecon.
Reason being, a lot of kids that live in America can't just fly over to paris during thanksgiving when its about a 11 hour flight and being very expensive.
That reasoning is just downright stupid. Reason being, a lot of kids living in Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa and South America just can't fly over to North America for a gaming convention, and it was in Vegas last year. So tell me, what makes you think north American kids are so entitled that Mojang should just ignore the other five continents (including the one they live in)?
I'm not voting in such a biased poll. USA, Canada and Mexico should all just be replaced with North America, and Asia, Australia, South America and Africa should be added.
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It should be in either Asia or Oceania obviously. Europe and North America have had their turn already. I'd probably see Australia or Japan as up there on the candidate list since they have the largest Minecraft communities outside of Europe and North America. After that should be South America, probably Brazil.
London would be a great place to host MineCon, maybe at LegoLand or somewhere like that. i wanted to go to it this year, but travelling and staying in france for a few nights is not possible for a 14 year old with exams and homework.