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Can’t make it to TwitchCon? We got you.

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If you’re part of Twitch, you’re part of TwitchCon. 

That’s right. Whether you’re in San Diego or not, it’s easy to join us LIVE for everything going down this weekend. And we’ll be blunt: there’s a lot to look forward to - from the Opening Ceremony, to Twitch Rivals, to live TwitchCon Party performances by blink-182 and Madeon. Trust us - you can’t miss this.

Watch from home

Browse each and every stream, all in one place here. It’ll go live when TwitchCon goes live. 

Enjoy all the co-streams
We created a ‘game’ titled TwitchCon 2019, so if your favorite broadcaster is streaming from TwitchCon or co-streaming TwitchCon, you’ll find them right in that game directory.

Have it all
The TwitchCon master schedule here has EVERYTHING you need to know. 

Can’t Miss Moments
Here are some of our top moments we think you’ll love:

The Opening Ceremony
The TwitchConOpening Ceremony will feature a message from CEO Emmett Shear, an awesome celebration of Twitch Partners and talent, and a look back on the year of clips. It all kicks off at 5pm.

Twitch Rivals
Twitch Rivals will be happening ALL three days, starting with Fortnite on Friday, League of Legends and TeamFight Tactics on Saturday, and wrapping up with Apex Legends on Sunday. Over two million dollars are on the line, and you might even see some TwitchCon attendees get randomly picked to battle against the top streamers (what?!). It’s going to be epic.

The TwitchCon Party
For the first time ever, you can join us LIVE at the TwitchCon Party, featuring performances from blink-182, Madeon, Au/Ra and Y2K. It all starts at 7pm on Saturday, and you can watch it all on /twitch.

Bring Your Community

Once again, we’re inviting the entire Twitch community to get involved with TwitchCon by allowing co-streaming of all official TwitchCon content. 

Co-streaming basically means you can capture and stream anything found on our event portal to your own audience. Bring your community to TwitchCon, add your own flavor, and share your reactions LIVE.

How do I co-stream?
Co-streaming is easy; just follow the instructions below. 

How to co-stream TwitchCon with OBS:

  1. In OBS, look to the “Sources” panel on the lower left and click the “+” icon
  2. Select “BrowserSource” from the menu
  3. A new screen will open. In the URL field, add the URL for the Twitch stream you’d like to co-stream — twitch.tv/twitch/embed or twitch.tv/twitchpresents/embed
  4. If needed, change the width, height, and FPS to match your stream settings in OBS. Click “OK” to close that window, and then press “Start Streaming”
  5. In your Twitch dashboard, set your game to “TwitchCon 2019” and begin streaming
  6. You are co-streaming TwitchCon. You won. Congratulations.

How to co-stream TwitchCon with XSplit:

  1. First, ensure you are using XSplit Version 3.0.1 or higher only
  2. Locate the “Add” button and select “Webpage”
  3. In the URL field, add the URL for the Twitch stream you’d like to co-stream — twitch.tv/twitch/embed or twitch.tv/twitchpresents/embed
  4. If needed, change the width, height, and FPS to match your stream settings in XSplit.
  5. In your Twitch dashboard, set your game to “TwitchCon 2019” and begin streaming
  6. You have ascended. Immortality is yours.

That’s it! We said it was easy. 

Make sure to also follow us @TwitchCon on Twitter and use the hashtag #TwitchCon!

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