The D&D Adventurers League campaign can be played anywhere, including the World Wide Web. Players and Dungeon Masters need only follow the same rules and guidelines for creating characters, running AL-legal games, and recording rewards as any other Adventurers League game.
Popular virtual table tops include Fantasy Grounds (officially licensed by Dungeons & Dragons), Roll20, or D20Pro. Some groups play using Skype, Google Hangouts, Discord, or any application that allows multiple people to chat online. The “Find a Game” section of this site has tips for finding on online Adventurers League game.
Lysa Penrose’s passion lies in growing and creating a more inclusive Dungeons & Dragons community. She serves as Community Manager for Dungeon Masters Guild and the D&D Adventurers League, manages social media for Dungeons & Dragons, and hosts Behold Her, a monthly podcast about women in the world of tabletop games. When she’s not gathering and engaging communities, Lysa writes for RPG publishers including Wizards of the Coast and Kobold Press. She's also showrunner/cast of Tales from the Mists, a gothic horror series on the D&D Twitch network. Learn more about Lysa’s D&D adventures, shows, and other creative endeavors at lysapenrose.com.