You are the most important thing about TwitchCon. And while your safety has always been our top priority, this year, we’re enhancing our dedicated security and screening measures. We are working closely with San Jose’s local law enforcement, convention staff, and additional security services.
Please review our enhanced safety policies in order to best prepare and plan for an enjoyable TwitchCon. Failure to follow these policies may result in removal from the convention without refund.
All attendees will be subject to bag search and security screening at all designated entrance points. Please allow ample time to process through TwitchCon security.
Attendees are allowed to bring in one bag with a maximum size of 12” x 15” x 6”. If you choose to bring one, it is subject to search during entry.
Please leave backpacks, luggage, large bags and bulky clothing at your hotel or home. Backpacks acquired at the show are not eligible for re-entry (including Twitch-branded). There will be a bag check on-site, but space is limited. Stay tuned for more information. We encourage all attendees to consider a small fanny pack or clear bag to expedite entry.
No Weapons Allowed
Please review the entire Weapons Policy before attending TwitchCon. Failure to follow this policy may result in your removal from the convention without refund.
All Attendees must wear their official TwitchCon badge within all areas of the TwitchCon event, and your badge must be visible at all times. We recommend wearing the badge around your neck with a Twitch lanyard, or around the chest area.
All attendees must carry a valid form of photo ID or passport at all times. If your badge is lost or stolen, report it immediately to show management. Selling and trading badges is prohibited. Cost of lost or stolen badge replacements is $150.
You cannot pick up anyone else’s badge.
Staff and Security
Staff and security have the final say on all matters related to safety at TwitchCon.