Call for Participation

Thanks for your submissions! The Call for Participation in now closed. If selected, you’ll be notified by August 9.

Call for Participation

The Call for Participation is your chance to shape the content lineup at TwitchCon. This isn’t just an event for seasoned streamers and diehard fans; we need submissions that appeal to everybody who’s new to our community too. If you’ve got knowledge to share, a performance to give, or simply an idea for a session you’d dig, we want to hear about it right here.

Even though these events will all be hosted live in San Diego, consider the experience for everyone who will be watching online as well. Content that appeals to both audiences is what we’re looking for most.

To give your submission the best chance at making it onto the schedule, please check out the guidelines below and follow the instructions before hitting that send button. And as always, submissions are subject to our Terms of Service. Spelling, grammar and presentation matter too. Show us that you want provide TwitchCon attendees a world-class, professional experience by making your words beautiful.

Guidelines

We are specifically looking for content that fits within at least one of the following three categories:

  1. Creator Education: Content designed to teach Partners, Affiliates, streamers, and developers how to better their business on Twitch. Examples include, but are not limited to, educational workshops, panels, or presentation ideas and topics.
  2. Entertainment: Content designed to showcase and celebrate the unique individuals and diverse communities on Twitch. Examples include, but are not limited to, talk shows, musical performances, live gaming experiences, and friendly competition segments like the Cosplay Contest and Twitch Sings: Stream Star.
  3. Community: Content designed to drive interaction between audiences that will celebrate creator success and provide IRL opportunities to build relationships and network with peers. Examples include, but are not limited to, panel sessions featuring content on diversity, health, and education, immersive IRL experiences like a painting class or makeup tutorial, as well as meetup topic suggestions.

Selection Process 

The TwitchCon committee will begin accepting submissions on June 19, 2019. Submissions will close on July 3, 2019. Selected sessions will be notified of the status of their submission no later than August 9, 2019.

If your session is accepted, all participants will be given TwitchCon speaker badges (or a refund if you already purchased a badge) for access to the show. We will follow up with more detailed information about checking in and executing your session upon selection.

If we think there’s a good match, the TwitchCon team reserves the right to curate the content and select speakers for the topic you submitted. You will be notified of this when your session is accepted.