QuakeCon is a long-standing tradition in the gaming world, with the conference celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. But like pretty much every large scale event that was due to take place in the gaming world in 2020, the event has been forced online.
Never fear though, ‘QuakeCon at Home’ will still be jam-packed with streaming, esports tournaments and will feature a few surprises. It’s all going to kick-off on August 7 and will conclude on August 9.
QuakeCon is a long-standing tradition in the world of gaming. In its 25th year, the event will be held online for the first time, but will still be the hottest ticket in town.
In keeping with tradition, QuakeCon at Home will have a strong charity focus, with players around the world able to donate to various organisations including UNICEF, Direct Relief and more.
The Quake Pro League will also reach its conclusion on the weekend event, with the top 24 players competing for a chance to win $150,000. Plus, QuakeCon’s famous LAN party will still go ahead, with gamers able to connect via the QuakeCon at Home Twitch Team.
There will be more announcements to coming in the next few weeks, so stay up to date via the QuakeCon website.