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It’s no secret that all of us here at Twitch can’t wait for TwitchCon to get started. We’ve been hard at work for months getting everything ready for this weekend. By now, you probably know TwitchCon will be jam packed with hundreds of streamers, three days worth of panels and exhibits, and, not to mention, a killer party.
What you don’t know about yet is the whole lineup of new features, product updates, and big reveals that we’ve got planned for TwitchCon, so we thought we’d kick off TwitchCon weekend a little early by sharing an update we’ve been dying to let everyone to see: the brand new Channel Page.
The new channel page design lets you easily access all of a channel’s content. We’ve added a new top navigation bar that lets you browse videos and start watching past broadcasts when a channel is offline, but easily get back to the live video player if they come online.
We also updated the layout for Host Mode, so you can scroll down to see the Channel Feed and panels for the channel you’re on, and watch, sub, or follow the channel being hosted all on a single page.
Now when you visit your favorite channels on Twitch, whether the streamer is online, offline, or hosting a friend, you can be confident that you will quickly get to the best content they have to offer.
The new Channel Page is live now, and you can check it out on any channel. Learn more about the new Channel Page by visiting our Guide to the Channel Page.
And if you want to be the first to see all the other big reveals we’ve got in store, make sure to tune in to the TwitchCon Keynote tomorrow, September 30, at 2 pm pacific time on twitch.tv/twitch.
Happy TwitchCon, everyone!