A slew of top streamers took part in these tournaments, which attracted huge viewing numbers on the event's live stream. Last year, those without tickets or the means to attend were able to watch much of the main attractions via Twitch's own channel, and other companies set up their own channels for booths and promotions. Last year's TwitchCon | Photo: Twitch 2017 TwitchCon was a massive success, inviting everyone from the big names to 'emote spammers' along to attend.
We have something to share, and we think you're gonna like it. This year, join us for #TwitchCon on October 26-28 in (dramatic pause...) San Jose, CA! Get your travel plans ready with special hotel deals right here: https://t.co/3pRCYmNY4E pic.twitter.com/uDB0lzoHAU— Twitch (@Twitch) February 28, 2018
"From the most established streamers, to those brand new to the scene, to the viewers, chatters, & emote spammers, we’ve all had a hand in creating something special. TwitchCon is a celebration of those stories and a showcase for the creators who will write the next chapters."Twitch have also announced that their will be 'special hotel deals', giving discounted rates to TwithCon 2018 ticket holders, details of which can be found right here.