Twitchcon 2022 Arrives in San Diego With the Internet’s Most Popular Streamers, Content Creators, and Fans.
This year, the conference for the livestreaming video platform Twitch is returning to its original format of taking place in real life. The event provides an opportunity for streamers and content creators to meet one another.
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The gathering will take place at the San Diego Convention Center over the course of three days, and will bring together some of the most popular streamers and content makers on the internet.
“We’re basically here to meet some of our favourite streamers on the platform Twitch and YouTube, as well as other people who do similar things,” “said Antonio Villareal.
Thursday was the day that individuals from all over the United States started arriving in Downtown San Diego and picking up their credentials in preparation for the event. Many people have expressed their optimism that this year’s TwitchCon will be even more successful than in previous years.
Our #TwitchCon Schedule is stacked!
— Intel Gaming 🔜 TwitchCon (@IntelGaming) October 6, 2022
“Going through the epidemic while also being quarantined and only being allowed to interact with other people intermittently. As I previously mentioned, the most recent TwitchCon was in 2019 – I was here for that – which means that it has been almost three years since the last one, and just being able to come back and just be able to have good vibes and a good time with everybody, it’s been amazing “according to Travis Seguere, who was present at the event.
“I’m looking forward to seeing people that I’ve met online that I’ve known over the course of the years, other content providers as well as fans, and I’m very excited about this opportunity.” “said Fernando Guillen, content creator, Virux.
Twitchcon: a Mix of Everything
Twitch first went live in 2011, and since then, its popularity among gamers has skyrocketed. One of the most common ways that people enjoy themselves online these days is via watching livestreams. Since it was first developed, the technology has advanced to the point that users may now broadcast themselves cooking, strolling across cities, or even playing poker in real time.
— TwitchCon (@TwitchCon) October 7, 2022
Tony Rabi, a content developer, mentioned that as one of the things that makes TwitchCon stand out from other conventions.
“If you think about it, it’s a blend of everything; you’ve got food, music, gaming, IRL; it’s a mix of all personalities, all creeds, all genders; it’s just a mix of everything and everybody gets together, and it’s a wonderful time,” added Rabi.
Those who are unable to attend TwitchCon will still have plenty of opportunities to enjoy themselves in the Downtown area. AT&T will be putting on a water show called “Rumble in the Harbor,” which will feature 120-inch foot projections throughout the waterfront.
On Friday and Saturday evenings from 7:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m., there is a free water show that occurs every half hour.