TwitchCon 2019 San Diego Day Pass & 3-Day tickets on sale now

Get your tickets to TwitchCon 2019 in sunny San Diego before they all run out – and they probably will, very very soon.


Are you planning on attending TwitchCon 2019 this year in San Diego? If so, you'd better make sure you grab the tickets you need in advance, because they're on sale now.

Tickets for the show, which will take place from September 27 through September 29 at the San Diego Convention Center, are up for grabs right now for the annual event, which is a celebration of the Twitch community, streamers, fans, and everyone who makes the site what it is.

“As amazing as it is to see friendships and relationships flourish online, it’s even more gratifying to be able to bring some of our millions of streamers and viewers together in real life,” said Kate Jhaveri, Chief Marketing Officer, Twitch. “TwitchCon allows us to celebrate our community by bringing thousands of people together for a weekend of creativity, excitement, and socializing. From cosplayers to speedrunners, makers to viewers, esports pros to everyday gamers, we’re providing a space for everyone in purple to come together and have a great time.”

The tickets will be available in three tiers: 

  • 3-Day + Party ($199): All activities over the course of the entire 3 day event, including the TwitchCon Party on Saturday evening.
  • 3-Day ($169): All activities (does not include the TwitchCon Party).
  • Day Pass (choose Friday, Saturday or Sunday for $99): includes access to all activities taking place on the chosen day (does not include access to the TwitchCon Party).

There's a wide variety of activities taking place during the show, including the Twitch Rivals: Road to TwitchCon tournament, where the top North American combatants will play against each other on an esports stage that allows the community to interact and participate in the background while top players compete for the title of Twitch Rivals Champion.

The Loot Cave will let attendees grab Twitch gear, the Artist Alley will let Twitch streamers sell their own products, and the TwitchCon Cosplay Contest will put attendees' cosplay to the test and see who can emerge victorious. Meanwhile, sessions (panels) will be in place to allow attendees to share their own thoughts on various topics with those who come to the show. You'll get to hang out and participate in all of these fun events and more, including Games Done Quick Express, which will benefit the AbleGamers Charity.

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