Dragon Con 2018 is just around the corner. You won't want to miss the gaming track this year, bigger and better than ever.

Dragon Con 2018 Gaming Track Schedule Released

Dragon Con 2018 is just around the corner. You won't want to miss the gaming track this year, bigger and better than ever.
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With each and every year, Dragon Con’s gaming track gets better and better. Focusing on everything from video games to tabletop games and everything in between, the growing track has something for everyone. 

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Although the schedule is subject to change up until the moment leading up to each panel (hey, that’s how it goes sometimes), the track has more than 60 panels scheduled for the conference, which will be held in downtown Atlanta, GA, from August 30 through September 3. 

Highlights include:  

  • Twitch 101: This panel will cover the ins and outs of live streaming on Twitch, from everything you need to get started to run your own stream. 
  • eSports 101: Much like the Twitch 101 panel, esports 101 will show you how to find the best esports streams out there (even the hard-to-find ones), as well as provide general discussion about the scene. 
  • The Science of Pokemon: This panel is sure to be interesting as panelists talk about how biology and real-world science play roles in developing pokemon. The panel will even discuss what pokemon may show up in the future. 
  • Overwatch Voice Actor Q&A: This panel is exactly what it sounds like. Ask some of your favorite Overwatch voice actors about anything you want (try to keep it clean, folks). Guests include: Charlet Chung, Lucie Pohl, and Anjali Bhimani. 
  • Mobile Game Development: This panel won’t be for everyone, but if you’ve ever been interested in learning more about developing your next mobile game, this is a panel you won’t want to miss. 

Those are just a few of the great panels and events being held this year in Dragon Con 2018’s gaming track. Check the schedule for exact times and important information such as locations, panelists, and more. 

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