How To Watch And Co Stream Twitchcon Europe


It’s true: TwitchCon Europe tickets are officially sold out. We’re thrilled the community is heading to Berlin in force, and we’re just as thrilled to remind you that you can still join us from home by watching or co-streaming.

Many of our panels, stages, and educational sessions will be streamed and translated live (see “Where to watch” below for full details). This includes awesome content for Twitch fans, new streamers, and even veteran Partners.

How to watch from home

We’re bringing together all the official TwitchCon Europe channels right here (it’ll go live when the event starts on April 13) where you can browse them from one place. However, a lot of people will be streaming from the show floor, co-streaming along with us from home, or streaming from booths and streamer zones, so we’ve also created a TwitchCon tag.

If your favorite broadcaster is streaming from (or co-streaming) TwitchCon, you’ll find them when you search for the TwitchCon tag or filter the Special Events directory for TwitchCon streams.

What to watch

You can check out the full TwitchCon master schedule here, but here are some highlights you definitely won’t want to miss:

  • TwitchCon Europe Keynote: Our co-founder and CEO, Emmett Shear, shares community moments, products we’ve been working on for you, and what’s next for Twitch.
  • Twitch Rivals: The tournament series designed from the ground up for your favorite streamers. This will be the very first in-person Rivals event, featuring APEX Legends and League of Legends.
  • Twitch Sings: Stream Star: Our Twitch Sings karaoke competition is down to the final four contestants. Watch live and see who will take home the $20,000 prize.

Where to watch

Take your community to TwitchCon Europe with co-streaming

We’re inviting the entire Twitch community to get involved with TwitchCon by opening up co-streaming for all official TwitchCon content. Co-streaming means you can capture and stream anything found on our event portal to your own audience. Think of it as a way to put your spin on a broadcast other than your own. In particular, we highly encourage you to co-stream along with us as we bring you the TwitchCon Keynote on Saturday, April 13 so you can share your reactions to our big announcements live with your viewers.

If you’re familiar with OBS or XSplit to stream on your channel, you’re already halfway there. For the full rundown on how to co-stream, you can check out this help article.

TwitchCon Europe is only about a week away, so be sure to follow @TwitchCon for all the latest updates. Whether in Berlin or online, we’ll see you soon!