Are you lacking a little adventure in your life? Have you heard people talking about role-playing games like, 'Dungeons and Dragons', and wondered what it's all about? Would you and your friends like to try a game but you don't own the books, or know anyone who plays? Well look no further! Dungeon Master for Hire has everything you need to get you on the road to adventure!

Dungeon Master for Hire is an rpg-hosting service that brings the adventure to your screen, anywhere in the world!  


Prices are indicated below.   If booking a remote game for yourself or a group, please make sure that you, or you and the members of your group are proficient in Zoom, and that each player using it to connect has adequate bandwidth for a positive Zoom experience.


Each 4 hour session includes 3 dimensional dungeons, creepy sound effects and other game-enhancing surprises, for an unforgettable gaming experience! Book a group game for you and your friends, or even play one-on-one with the Dungeon Master in solo play! Dungeon Master for Hire has just celebrated it's 7th year of operation and is going strong!  Let the adventure continue...



You may be asking yourself, 'Why would I pay you to run a game for me when there are free groups being run around my area, or my friends and I could just do it ourselves?'

Here's why:

1. You don't own any of the books, or know
    anyone that does, and you don't want to
    invest the money and time necessary to
    understand how to run a game with your
    friends. You just want to play!

2. All of the gaming groups in your area don't
    have games going that mix well with your

3. There are no existing gaming groups in
       your area.

4. There are gaming groups in your area, but
    you don't want to hang around hobby
    store with a bunch of kids to play.

5. You'd rather this be a private event for you
    and your friends.

6. You want to be able to drink alcohol and/or
    order outside food while you play and the
    hobby stores do not allow this.


Group Play: 4-6 players for 4 hours  

$25 USD each player (each additional hour $10 USD per player)


Solo Play: $25 USD per hour (4 hour minimum)


Corporate Teambuilding: $50 USD per player for a four hour training session

Gift Certificates are also available.  There are 4 options:

1) Group certificate - good for an entire group of 4-6 players for a four hour session - $100-150 USD

2) Individual player in a group certificate - good for one player for their spot in a regular 4 hour group game - $25 USD

3) One on one solo play with the Dungeon Master - good for one player only for four hours - solo play - $100 USD


Cancellations: Please note that all game fees are non-refundable, so please make sure that you and all players in your group can commit before booking.  For rescheduling I require two weeks before the event you booked, or this does not leave me enough time to fill the slot you booked originally.  The fees for individual players in groups that cancel cannot be put forward to a future session, and will not be refunded.

Contact Dungeon Master for Hire

For more information, or to book a game, email dmforhire@hotmail.com (link below)


Dungeon Master for Hire has been operating for over 7 years now, and in the process I have come across many media opportunities to advertise my business.  One such opportunity was when I was approached by Pete Morey of CBC to do an audio documentary on my business.  Over the summer of 2017 we did several recordings in the studio and here at my 'dungeon'.  The finished product, a 27 minute audio documentary, was aired on CBC radio (99.1), which brought me a lot of media attention and calls from several other journalists, (links below) , looking to do a story on my idea.  The audio documentary was also aired on SiriusXM.  

 CBC:  The Doc Project - Audio Documentary

This Toronto man plays Dungeons & Dragons for a living





Episode 26: DM for Hire & the Untapped Potential of D&D


This Guy Is Living His Best Life as a Professional D&D Dungeon Master



Why spinning hobbies — like Dungeons & Dragons — into dollars is the new side-hustle




Geek Squad


                    BADBADNOTGOOD VIDEO - LAVENDER                 

 Around the time that I started this business, I had the good fortune enough to make some connections with a some awesome individuals from a production company who thought that a Dungeons and Dragons scenario would be a great idea for a music video for one of their clients; a music group called Badbadnotgood. This video was directed by Fantavious Fritz and produced by Jason Aita. The band, Badbadnotgood, includes Matthew Tavares on keys, Chester Hansen on bass, Leland Whitty on saxophone, and Alexander Sowinski on drums. They are known for their interpretations of hip hop tracks and their collaborations with Tyler, The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Danny Brown, and Ghostface Killah.

 Anyway, enjoy the video, and watch for my promotional bit at the end. I love the way it turned out. A very cool experience. My thanks to the band and to Fantavious Fritz and Jason Aita for including me in this project.



'Hired John for an 8h adventure for a friend's bachelor party and had a blast. 2 years later we still reminisce about that night and continuing where we left off.  FYI my friends and I have no D&D background. I hired John for an 8h noob friendly adventure for my friend's bachelor party. John was responsive, courteous, and professional from the moment I inquired about his service all the way to the end of the night. He arrived on time with all of his equipment and got us started pretty quickly on our fantasy adventure. John brought along props, a speaker for background music/sound effects, a costume, and some surprisingly fantastic voice acting.


It very clear that John had a lot of experience with D&D. He taught us what we needed to know in a short amount of time and guided us through the game despite our lack of experience. He is a quick thinker that took our inebriated decisions and..."creativity"and seamlessly incorporated it into our adventure. With all of the materials he brought along and the voice acting where he played out multiple roles, he was able to immerse us into the world. Not once did we feel disengaged from the game.

 I would highly recommend John if D&D was something you and your friend's were interested in starting or if you just want to have a fun one time experience.

 P.S. Don't forget to feed your DM if you're doing a long session :) '

 - Jerry Chan