Ends on July 4, 2017

TwitchCon is your event - and here's your chance to take the stage! Have knowledge to impart, a discussion to facilitate, a performance to give, or something to share? Submit your panel, workshop, live podcast or other type of session, here!

To give your (sure to be incredible) idea the best chance of making it onto the schedule, please read the guidelines below and follow the instructions while filling out your submission.

Selection Process

The ancient and sacred TwitchCon committee will begin accepting submissions on 05/01/2017. Submissions will close 07/03/17. Selected presenters will be notified of the status of their submission by no later than 07/17/2017.

If your session is accepted, all panel participants will be given TwitchCon speaker badges* 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 may opt to put a featured broadcaster or broadcasters on your panel. You will be notified of this when your panel is accepted.

Best practices

Remember, TwitchCon is dedicated to Twitch’s community of partners, broadcasters, and viewers. To ensure attendees have the best possible experience, preference will be given to sessions that offer an interactive element based on Twitch community culture.

Sessions are scheduled by default to last one hour. Please let us know if, for whatever reason, you believe that your session should be scheduled for more or less time. This will be taken into account in the selection process, as it will impact scheduling.

Spelling, grammar and presentation matter in your submission. Show us that you will provide TwitchCon attendees a world-class, professional experience by reflecting that here.

*We cannot refund any tickets directly purchased before panel selections

We know that most of the best content on Twitch comes from the diverse and creative minds of our community! That’s why we've opened up our live event stage for segments produced by broadcasters themselves. Have a great idea for something you think our viewers would like to watch? Want to do a live episode of your show on our stage? Want to host your own interview with a game developer or industry influencer? We’re excited to hear what you have in mind. Submit your pitch to Twitch Studios here!

Please be advised that your submission may be similar to concept(s) submitted by another user or already under development by Twitch.  Twitch, its partners and participants do not bear any liability or responsibility to you in the event Twitch elects to include a piece of content that is similar to yours. 

We’ve seen time and time again how many great ideas and talents come straight from you, our community! As such, it’s our goal to provide all the resources, guidance, and opportunities we can to streamers with aspirations to achieve top-level production. We’re still a small team with limited resources, but we love to share what we have with our community in order to help them reach their goals. To that end, we’re opening lines of communication with our team to the community, in hopes of making Twitch Studios resources available to a few select streamers with great ideas. If you’re an aspiring producer, host, writer, or anything in the realm of video production who thinks we might have what you need in order to succeed, we are listening!

Please be advised that your submission may be similar to concept(s) submitted by another user or already under development by Twitch.  Twitch, its partners and participants do not bear any liability or responsibility to you in the event Twitch elects to include a piece of content that is similar to yours. 

Twitch Weekly airs every Friday at 1 p.m. PST/4 p.m. EST and is your source for the latest Twitch updates and news on events and the community.  Our "Meet & Greet" segment is a place for broadcasters to share their channel with the Twitch Weekly audience. Please fill out this form and provide your own "Video Spotlight" for consideration. If chosen, your video will air to thousands of fans who are looking to find new broadcasters to watch!  

Consider the following when creating your video:
  • Keep your video between 60 and 90 seconds in length
  • Have permission or own any music or other assets you utilize
  • Please don't use vulgar language and/or please censor with beeps any excessive profanity that may appear in any highlighted material you use
  • Show off! Talk about yourself, your channel, and show us your favorite highlights
  • Treat this like a personal commercial. Be original and creative. Make us laugh or make us cry. Or both!
  • If you need inspiration, check out these great examples made by MadameGandalf, flamingmonocle, and DenGenesis.

We'll notify you if we plan to play your video, so you can celebrate by broadcasting along with Twitch Weekly! Thanks for being a part of the Twitch community and Twitch Weekly!
Now's your chance to prove your sodium!

We're looking for fresh faces to compete in PJSaltan of Stream at PAX West. A few competitors have already been selected (Check out their story, here), but there are still a few spaces open for the saltiest of streamers. If you'd like to compete at PAX West, submit a short video audition, here! Please keep in mind these guidelines:
  • Your video should be no longer than 2 minutes in length
  • Be creative, and show us your special salty self.
  • Be sure to finish the phrase "I deserve to compete in PJSaltan because...."
  • You must be available to appear in person at PAX West in Seattle, WA on September 1-4, and at the PJSaltan finals (if you advance) at TwitchCon on October 20-22.
  • You must be a broadcaster in good standing on Twitch
From all videos submitted, we will choose a yet to be determined number of applicants to participate in the PJSaltan of Stream 2017 circuit at PAX West. See you there! (Maybe. Kappa.)