keep us informed about the event please?
When doing in person games, how many of those are remote to you? How many DMs outside of your local area.
How many DMs and games do you currently manage?
Also do you ever host DM classes? Especially voice stuff and/or improv?
Also how stable are the groups?
1. Will do!
2. We have DMs across the US & Canada and I am currently working to line up one in Europe. However, with the DMs that are not local to me, we only get them online clients so far. I have never arranged an in-person game for a DM outside the greater NYC metro area. However, keep in mind that almost all of this has been during the pandemic, so it just has not been possible to run many in-person games, period.
3. I personally currently run 2 ongoing online (paid) weekly campaigns, and 1 online (personal, unpaid for friends) bi-weekly campaign at the moment, and am a player in the podcast game which records twice per month. So:
Curse of Strahd (weekly, paid) - DM
Lost Mines of Phandelver, has now transitioned to Rime of the Frostmaiden (weekly, paid) - DM
Dungeon of the Mad Mage (alternating weeks, free personal game for friends) - DM
Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus (actual play podcast) - Player
One shots (about 1/month, usually free) - DM
Personally, as publicly advertised games I will only run one-shots. My ongoing paid campaigns are actually invitation-only, to players with whom I've already played in one-shots, or if a player I know approaches me to run for them. For me, even though it's for pay, if I am committing to a long-term campaign, it has to be with the right players. No money is worth running hours and hours and hours for the wrong players.
4. I don't host classes, but we do have a Discord server which has an advice area where we help other DMs, and once a month we do a free audio show on Discord where anybody can join in & ask questions. The Discord link is here: Connect with Us
Everything on our Discord is free. We also post discounts on our DMsGuild stuff and the occasional free map, and we have starting doing some video prop-crafting videos. Example: Time-lapse, making the spirit board from Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft
5. The groups are very stable. As somebody mentioned upthread, people who want to pay to play D&D are generally serious, dedicated players who are going to show up on time and be very focused for the sessions they have purchased.