TwitchCon 2019 is upon us, and it's a full weekend of festivities. Here's all you'll need to know about what's going on.
TwitchCon is a yearly conference that gives streamers a chance to meet up with fans and take a break from streaming, although many decide to still go live while at the conference.
It's a good opportunity for broadcasters to connect with fans on a more personal level and network with others in an attempt to grow their channels.
This year's event will take place in San Diego, California from September 27 - 30, and is set to feature several Twitch Rivals events for viewers to watch as the action unfolds.
On top of that, Twitch will also hold an official broadcast for viewers to watch everything else that's going on - so they won't miss a thing!
The first day gets off to a blazing hot start and doesn't slow down until the end of the convention.
You can check out the complete schedule of events here featuring everything from meets and greets and workshops to panels and award shows. No matter what time of the day it is, there's stuff going on.
On top of the regular schedule, there are a host of Twitch Rivals tournaments taking place that feature streamers from all around the world.
Fortnite kicks off on Friday, LoL and TFT will split the action on Saturday, and the Sunday night tournament will be Apex Legends.
You can check if a Twitch partner is going to the convention by heading to the 'Who's coming' page on the website and typing in their name.
Unfortunately, tickets for the event are all sold out, so you'll have to use a third-party method to get your hands on some.
It's sure to be a jam-packed weekend, so make sure you hang around and check out everything the conference has to offer.
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