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FAQ COSPLAY

  • > I WANT TO REGISTER FOR THE COSPLAY CONTEST, HOW DO I DO IT?
    We are always happy to welcome cosplayers to the Carolo Game Show! To register for the cosplay contest, we invite you to consult the Cosplay section of the website.
  • > WHEN IS THE COSPLAY COMPETITION?
    The cosplay contest will take place on Saturday, April 9, starting at 1:30 p.m. on the main stage.
  • > DO I HAVE TO PAY FOR MY ENTRANCE TICKET?
    If you are registered for the cosplay contest, the entry ticket is offered to you! We reward the investment in your beautiful cosplay and the courage to perform on stage. If you are not registered for the cosplay contest, the normal price applies for you!
  • > WHAT IS THE COSPLAY SHOW?
    Unlike the cosplay contest, the cosplay parade does not require a handmade costume. Moreover, there is nothing to gain! It's not a competition but a moment of exchange and pleasure on stage, without performance. In a handmade or industrial costume, the most important thing is to have fun! The cosplay parade will take place on Sunday, April 10, starting at 2 p.m. on the main stage.
  • > I HAVE A WOODEN SWORD, CAN I BRING IT WITH ME?
    The regulations on the reproduction of weapons in the context of cosplay have tightened in recent years, due to the Vigipirate plan. We invite you to consult the authorized and prohibited accessories in the page Instructions for security. If you still have any doubts, do not hesitate to contact us at carologameshow@gmail.com. We will answer you as soon as possible!
  • > I HAVE REGISTERED FOR THE CONTEST, IS THERE A LOCKER ROOM?
    A Men's and a Women's wardrobe are available to those registered for the cosplay contest. They are equipped with sofas, mirrors, hangers, toilet, shower and sink.
  • > "COSPLAY IS NOT CONSENT", WHAT IS IT?
    The "Cosplay Is Not Consent" movement aims to respect cosplayers as people in order to banish incivility in conventions, but also on the internet. In practice, always ask permission before taking a photo of a cosplayer, never touch costumes or accessories without asking permission, always respect the human being under the costume and respect cosplayers' rest times.
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