Home News (Image credit: Penny Arcade) PAX South is no longer, organizer ReedPop has announced via the official PAX Twitter account. The Texas arm of the convention is on the chopping board due to its failure to expand since its inaugural 2015 outing, though the Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t helped things either. “While each of our other events has flourished, some of them drawing hundreds of thousands of attendees from around the world, PAX South hasn’t expanded and to some extent has remained the same show that it was when we opened it in 2015,” the statement reads. “Faced with that reality, and compounded by the impact of Covid-19, we have made the difficult decision to bring PAX South to an end for the foreseeable future.” We have made the difficult decision to bring PAX South to an end for the foreseeable future. See the full statement below: pic.twitter.com/hW8J6wBzxbOctober 29, 2021 See more PAX South didn’t have a scheduled 2021 event, though it was previously confirmed to be returning in 2022. Videogame conventions haven’t fared particularly well during the Covid-19 pandemic. PAX was a 9-day, non-stop online event last year, though PAX East failed to return in 2021 due to “ongoing public health concerns.” PAX West went ahead in September, but it was a far smaller show than usual. PAX Australia has resorted to an online event for two years running. Shaun is PC Gamer’s Australian editor and news writer. He mostly plays platformers and RPGs, and keeps a close eye on anything of particular interest to antipodean audiences. He (rather obsessively) tracks the movements of the Doom modding community, too.