TwitchCon 2017 Call for Content Submissions Are Live

Can you feel the hype? TwitchCon 2017 Call of Content submissions are now open! Over the past two years the ideas for content that the community has proposed for previous TwitchCon’s have been stellar.

If you have any session, workshop or panel ideas, you can submit the proposals on TwitchCon’s website. Below are the full details of the selection process and a few examples of previous panels that were a hit.

Tickets for TwitchCon will be available at the end of May, stayed tuned for the specific date. For now, book that hotel before it is too late and the prices are sky high!

Selection Process:

You can submit your session proposals at starting today and the ancient, sacred, and infallible TwitchCon committee will be accepting submissions through July 3rd. Selected presenters will be notified of the status of their submission by no later than July 17th.

If your session is accepted, all participants will be given TwitchCon speaker badges to the show. If we think there’s a good match, the TwitchCon team may opt to put a featured streamer or streamers on your panel. You will be notified of this when your panel is accepted.

Here are a few of the most popular panels over the last two years along with some real comments from attendees.

How to Get Sponsored When You Aren’t That Big… Yet

“All of the speakers were very helpful. They were upfront and honest which is the best kind of information when trying to educate yourself on how to be a better streamer.”

“The panel speakers were amazing. Truly opened my eyes on what I was doing wrong and how to improve!”

9 to 5 to 9: How to Balance Your Time
“10/10 Would like this to be a re-occurring session; pivotal in the growth of newer/developing streamers” “All of the speakers shared personal experience which solidified the presentation”

Tips and Tricks for Better Chat

“Loved this panel. Great points and tips as well as entertaining panelists. Def recommend for streamers at any level.

 via Twitch Blog

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