TwitchCon 2016 is over! Check out what happened at this year’s TwitchCon.
From the streaming communities to the developers who make the games we love playing, it’s a celebration of all things Twitch.
The WorldGaming team had their our booth at the San Diego Convention Center, California from September 30 – October 2. The #WGNation who was lucky enough to be in the area stopped by and said hi!
Check out this awesome video of our inside scoop on all things Twitch!
What did we look forward to most at TwitchCon 2016?
If weren’t lucky enough to be in California at the end of September, we have some behind-the-scenes pictures and highlights for you so you can feel part of the awesomeness.
For those who attended, the attendees got a chance to mingle with the Twitch community, including the biggest names and rising stars like:
Twitch’s first Global Ambassador and Fighting Game Legend currently competing in Street Fighter 5 tournaments around the world. He is also a Red Bull Athlete with 20+ year gaming career.
Most well known for his League of Legends filled with hilarity broadcasts and videos! Being part of the League of Legends and Twitch community for years and he is the most followed League of Legends broadcaster aside from Riot Games.
Summit1g is a self-proclaimed CS:GO Professional Player. He streams daily to showcase his game skills Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, H1Z1, and more!
Potato aims and cats are his thing.
Imaqtpie often starts streaming from 7am until whenever! You’ll see his two cats on his streams, and sometimes his dog as well.
There were tons of panels covering some buzz topics that everyone wanted to hear about. At this year’s TwitchCon they also announced a new Industry Track for attendees that work in the video game and related industries, but you need a “Partner” or “Media” badge. Industry Track attendees will have access to exclusive pre-show, Twitch streamers, workshops, and industry panels.
Yeah, it’s pretty sweet.
Besides the TwitchCon panels, live shows, and the expo hall, was a variety of interactive, educational, and competitive showcases at these special zones:
Want the best highlights from the biggest gaming events?
There were special areas that you had to visit at this year’s TwitchCon 2016. Attendees were able to meet, play and relax with the gaming obsessed!
Some fan favorites of TwitchCon are:
We seriously can’t wait for TwitchCon 2017!
The gamers that attended the event had a lot of things to say. Check out some of the TwitchCon 2016 reactions below.
— [UGR] (@UGRGaming) October 3, 2016
#TwitchCon, you're the bees and all dem knees. Had a blast! Thanks to everyone who took the time to chat with me. I really appreciate it 😀
— Adam Montoya (@SeaNanners) October 2, 2016
Twitchcon was great. Awesome meeting people. Worth getting sick. Safe flights! #TwitchCon2016 😷
— Lirik (@LIRIK) October 3, 2016
This TwitchCon may have been my favorite event ever. Thanks @Twitch family and everyone who attended for making it memorable. ❤️
— Goldy (@GoldGloveTV) October 3, 2016
Thanks for a great weekend @TwitchCon !! One of the greatest experiences of my life. I'll 100% be there next year too!
— Kay♛[Thoughts of My] (@KayKrownLIVE) October 3, 2016
— D1 (@xD1x) October 2, 2016
A big thanks to iPodKingCarter who live streamed at our booth this year at TwitchCon.
Want to see what you missed out on? Luckily for you, we recorded iPodKingCarter’s live stream on our Twitch channel. Watch it below:
iPodKingCarter is a professional gamer who makes YouTube videos on the NBA 2K series and just about any great game he can get his hands on. He can show you how to make the best player, make the best plays and much more. Interested in checking out more of iPodKingCarter’s videos? You can check out his YouTube right here.
We can’t wait until TwitchCon 2017!