I’m now in Homestead, Florida, where I run the Dice Tower full time, as well as serve at the First Baptist Church of Cutler Ridge. You can find more about me at my personal webpage, www.tomvasel.com.
How much money does the Dice Tower make?
The Kickstarter is always portrayed as the primary source of income for the channel. However, its obvious with so many videos and subscribers, and the channel is making a good bit on You Tube. Looks like their yearly income is estimated anywhere from $6,252 – $99,600.
Who started the Dice Tower?
Vasel began publishing board game reviews in 2002 on BoardGameGeek, followed by YouTube, and his Dice Tower website.
Do dice towers work?
Dice in a dice tower are contained. They prevent dice from scattering across the game boards and knocking over pieces or expensive miniatures. Dice rolls from a dice tower are truly random. They prevent players from manipulating the dice rolls, or even having those accusations brought up.
What happened Jack Vasel?
The Jack Vasel Memorial Fund started in April, 2011, in memory of Jack Vasel, son of Dice Tower founder and host Tom Vasel and his wife Laura. Jack was born two months premature and very ill with neonatal meningitis. After nearly seventy days in the hospital, Jack passed away.
How does a cheating dice tower work?
A dice tower uses baffles, angles, and other objects to deflect dice through its vertical structure to create random outcomes in the tray at the bottom. The key is for the tower to be complex enough to deflect dice through it so that the outcomes cannot be manipulated in the dice roller’s favor.
How big should a dice tower be?
It really depends on the dice tower manufacturer. The standard size for a dice tower is often 6 inches to a foot tall.