Husbands DR Hanson and Jamison Sacks reopened Common Ground Games in its new, larger space in April. (Rich Lopez/Dallas Voice) Common Ground Games levels up with inclusive new space for its gaming family RICH LOPEZ | Staff writerrich@dallasvoice.com Gamers — especially queer gamers — have a new, bigger home.

In April, Common Ground Games celebrated the re-opening of its larger space for its ever-growing game-play and customer base.

But for owners and husbands Jamison Sacks and DR Hanson, the growth isn’t just a reflection of the shop’s success, it’s a gift to the game-playing community that has found a home there — a home that had become a little crowded in the original space. “We were running out of space to comfortably hold people and events in the store,” Hanson said by phone. “We kind of plateaued in how we could serve the gaming community of Dallas.