Moscone West in San Francisco for TwitchCon. Photo by Robert Paul.
When you look at the history of conventions, it’s easy to see how something like TwitchCon would be a success. In a lot of ways, it’s similar to how the convention’s subject, Twitch, rocketed itself from a novelty (watching people play games!) to a $970 million acquisition by Amazon. Last weekend, more than 20,000 people flooded San Francisco’s Moscone West to take part in the inaugural weekend of TwitchCon — a convention that frankly felt like it mixed one part of PAX and one part of VidCon and shook vigorously. It was not just the first convention of its kind…

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