TwitchCon 2-Day Passes Will Cost $85

Tickets go on sale this coming Friday, April 10; initial programming lineup revealed.

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Tickets for the first-ever TwitchCon event, a celebration of everything related to the streaming giant to be held September 25-26 in San Francisco, will go on sale later this week, organizers have announced.

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TwitchCon 2015 tickets will be available starting at 2 PM PDT this coming Friday, April 10, through the event's website.

"Early bird" discounts are available until 11 PM PDT on April 24. See below for a breakdown of available tickets.

  • Friday, September 25 pass: $50.00 USD (Early bird price: $45.00)
  • Saturday, September 26 pass: $60.00 USD (Early bird price: $55.00)
  • 2-Day pass: $85.00 USD (Early bird price: $75.00)
  • Saturday after party for badge holders: $25.00 USD

Twitch has also announced that on April 10, it will begin accepting submissions through its website for panel, workshop, and presentation ideas.

TwitchCon 2015, announced back in February, will include plenty of activities, including a keynote address from Twitch CEO Emmett Shear, merchandise available to buy, and the opportunity to mingle with some of Twitch's biggest personalities. Other events, courtesy of Twitch, include:

  • Panel Rooms: A diverse selection of community- and staff-driven panels geared toward educating and entertaining attendees
  • Interactive events with top Twitch Partners:
    • Stream with them using the Broadcast Pods
    • Play games with them in the Gaming Lab
    • Learn from them in the Knowledge center
    • Mingle with them at meet & greet signing sessions
    • Celebrate with them at the massive after party on September 25
    • Watch their channels being broadcast live from the show floor

TwitchCon 2015 will take place at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, the same venue as the Game Developers Conference.

Other gamer-focused conventions include MineCon (Minecraft) and BlizzCon (Blizzard Entertainment), ParadoxCon (Paradox Interactive), QuakeCon (Bethesda), PAX, and others.

TwitchCon will be organized by ReedPop, the group that also puts together big-name shows such as PAX and New York Comic-Con, among others.

According to a March report, Twitch--which is owned by Amazon--will soon face new competition from YouTube. That Google-owned video site is reportedly planning a significant overhaul of its live events functionality with a specific focus on gaming.

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