Ropecon used to be a role-playing convention held in Finland. This year (2017) there is also an event by that name, but according to their schedule there will be no tabletop role-playing game sessions held this year. Yes, technically there will be one.
“Guest of Honor Monica Valentinelli leads a team of players through a one shot campaign. Join them to see if their characters survive the hardships of the 17th century.”
But I don’t count that because it is just a session ran by a celebrity guest and not a general session.
I went to Ropecon last year (2016). According to the schedule there were a 180 tabletop RPGs then and I took part in two. I liked them quite a bit a decided I would go again this year. But before I spent 35 € I wanted to find out if there are any games that interest me. So I waited before buying the cheaper advance ticket. And kept waiting.
Now, less than two weeks before the event, I found out, that advance ticket sales have closed and there still are no tabletop games listed in the schedule. So I guess the “organizers” of Ropecon really don’t want any people to come to play role-playing games in their little event. Fine, I won’t come then.
In conclusion: Ropecon is dead.