This conference might be of interest to some game philosophers. From the organizer’s website:
“The three previous conferences and ensuing publications have opened up dialogue and paradigmatic bridge building between scholars of play and philosophers. The conferences have given rise to an emerging community of very diverse scholars interested in a wide range of philosophical areas of enquiry (for example, metaphysics, ontology, aesthetics and ethics) and fields of practice (such as the arts, games and gaming, sport and children’s play). This conference hopes to continue this epistemological and paradigmatic bridge-building.”
University of Gloucestershire, UK on 11 and 12 April 2017. The Call for Papers is found here. The deadline for proposals is November 18.