TwitchCon 2016 just wrapped up in San Diego and the news coming from the convention has many gamers and viewers very excited about what’s to come from Twitch. From new services to cross-platform integration there seemed to be something for everyone in this year’s keynote address given by Twitch CEO Emmett Shear, and Director of Programming, Marcus “djWHEAT” Graham.
Arguably the biggest announcement is that of Twitch Prime, a new premium service available to all Amazon Prime subscribers. Along with discounts on pre-orders and new releases, it also features things like free digital games and in-game loot. To unlock all these premium perks just sign up for Amazon Prime (you can start with a 30-day free trial), or link your existing Prime account to Twitch by going to http://www.twitchprime.com. Continue reading TwitchCon 2016: Noteable News
If you are a Twitch partner and want to go to the TwitchCon 2016 party, you MUST purchase a party ticket. Continue reading Twitch Partners Must Purchase a Party Ticket for TwitchCon 2016
TwitchCon is only a few weeks away. If you have a Twitter account you might want to follow Aureylian, she’s been giving great updates about the event for Partners and community members.
She recently took to Twitter to announce the official TwitchCon 2016 app will release on iOS and Android on September 19th. If you see an app on the store now that is not the correct one and refrain from downloading it.
Two-Time Grammy Award-Winning T-Pain to perform at TwitchCon: The Party
Twitch announced the first set of confirmed exhibitors and sponsors at TwitchCon 2016. Twitch also revealed that T-Pain, a hip hop legend and two-time Grammy winner, will be a special guest performer at TwitchCon:The Party. EDM superstar Darude and a yet-to-be-announced surprise A-List headliner will also be on the bill. Continue reading Twitch Announces First Round of Exhibitors and Sponsors Attending TwitchCon 2016