The wait is over! Tickets for Twitchcon, the largest gathering of Twitch streamers and fans, are now on sale! Join thousands in San Jose this October for the conventions fourth annual event.
There are a few ways you can get your hands on tickets. The single day passes for Saturday and Sunday start at $89. The Friday pass is $99. The mighty three-day pass will set you back $179. If you find yourself free but didn’t get tickets online before hand, they will be available at the door for a bit more cash.
For those not familiar with Twitchcon, the helpful people in charge have made it easy to learn more with this fun video.
TwitchCon is everything you love about Twitch crammed into one ridiculously awesome weekend. Join thousands of Twitch streamers and fans to play some games, learn how to improve your stream, watch live esports, and much, much more.”
Twitchcon is a place to meet and interact with some of the most famous, and upcoming, Twitch streamers around. The con is home to a cosplay contest where the winner will take home $70,000 worth of prizes. Artists will be selling their prints, paintings, and sculptures. Games Done Quick and their top speedrunners will host a special live event as gamers fight to beat games as fast as possible.
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TwitchCon is for everyone. In fact, if ANY of the following terms describe you, you’re welcome to join us: streamer, chatter, lurker, viewer, cosplayer, JTV veteran, confused person who found this page through a search engine, wizard, super wizard, human being.”
Prepare to turn San Jose, CA purple. #TwitchCon 2018 tickets are now on sale!
— TwitchCon 2018 (@TwitchCon) July 6, 2018
The con is also a place to learn more about how to stream on Twitch. There will be workshops to teach the newest streamers how to get their live stream up and running.
Did we mention it opens with a giant party?
TwitchCon runs October 26th- 28th, 2018. For a full list of events and more check it out here.
Scott’s been gaming since he could hold a controller in his hands. He’s a journalist who loves Dungeons and Dragons, video games, tabletop RPGs, and comic books. He has an intelligence of 6, he knows what he’s doing.