Twitch sponsor booths: From a giant wormhole to a haunted house to pizza rolls to game play, FUN ruled the day
The booths TTG created for Twitch sponsors were all designed to optimize the fan experience. From mimicking the streaming rooms of popular streamers for Hershey’s and Reese’s to creating a giant wormhole for Wormhole Labs to an over-the-top Pizza Roll-forward photo op for Totino’s—TTG worked closely with Twitch and several popular brands to deliver a gaming fan’s paradise.
TTG’s Jeremy Crase, who oversaw TTG’s projects at TwitchCon, was excited to see these popular brands step into the esports space. As he explains, “It’s fun to see more non-endemic brands like Honda, Totino’s and Hershey’s partnering with the esports community. It’s definitely an innovative way to get in front of their target audience. Plus, their growing desire to get involved with esports reinforces the power of the industry and events like TwitchCon.”
Hershey’s and Reese’s: For iconic chocolate brands Hershey’s and Reese’s, TTG created Halloween-inspired spaces spotlighting the brand’s popular products. Meet and greets with popular streamers and Halloweenified re-creations of their streaming rooms were highlights of the activation. The Hershey’s Haunted House included three rooms.
- The Kit Kat room was sponsored by esports team LA Valiant and included a photo op with giant Kit Kat bars.
- The Cookies N‘ Cream Bar room included a photo op in a set designed to look like streamer DrLupo’s spooky streaming room.
- The Reese’s room included a photo op in the re-creation of streamer TimTheTatman’s ghoulish streaming room.
“Talk about fun! Fans had the opportunity to grab a couple of treats, meet the celebrity streamers, take advantage of GIF photo ops in the streaming rooms and sign up for daily raffles of Hershey’s Power Packs,” Crase says.
According to Crase, “The client said, ‘Give me a spectacle,’ so that’s what we did. The end result was a giant, wormhole portal you could step through, and ultimately, enter the virtual world of augmented reality that their platform offers. It was the first thing attendees saw as they entered TwitchCon and a definite crowd pleaser.”
Tiltify’s Charity Stage featuring ‘classic game shows’ and more
Fundraising platform Tiltify was looking for a turnkey gameshow stage/broadcast set-solution they could use to raise money for different charities. Throughout the event, teams competed in different games based on classic game shows, often playing off of a streaming theme. Tiltify even held a ramen cooking competition on the stage, which was located in the middle of the 60’x90’ charity pavilion.
TTG managed all details for the installation of the 40’x60’ stage. The turnkey solution included fabrication, printing of graphics, install and dismantle and advanced A/V needs.
The 2019 event was no exception, with TTG handling numerous activations at TwitchCon 2019. These included collaborations with Twitch on several booths for brands sponsoring the event, as well as numerous trade show exhibits to support TTG’s roster of clients. Check out the highlights below!
TTG esports and gaming clients DO TwitchCon: The highlights …
The Trade Group supports numerous esports and gaming clients at a multitude of live events throughout the year. These include game developers and publishers, streaming platforms and companies that provide products and services related to the industry.
As an exhibit house and esports event expert, TTG provides a full suite of products and solutions for exhibitors at esports and gaming events. These include graphic, interior and structural design; fabrication; printing; experiential solutions; install and dismantle; technology integration (A/V, game play set-up, live streaming, WiFi, etc.) and more. TTG was honored to partner with the following exhibitors for their activations at TwitchCon 2019.
1UpOnCancer: Brand awareness and fundraising were key to this 10’x10’ branded booth in the charity pavilion, where attendees could stop by to learn how the non-profit helps folks undergoing cancer treatment, grab some swag and sign up to win a raffle for a DXRacer chair.
AVer Media: Live streaming and Esports competitions were featured in the tech manufacturer’s booth. AVer Media invited streamers to live stream from their booth, where they also hosted an Esports tournament, Twitch partner 1cePrime, a meet and greet with Twitch character BizSnes and prize giveaways.
Corsair: The computer peripherals and hardware company’s booths are always jam-packed with product displays and demo stations, not to mention lots of cool lighting features and branded signage. New product launches for Corsair and sister company Elgato were the name of the game at TwitchCon 2019, as were meet and greets with popular streamers and creators.
Funcom: The online game developer and publisher’s booth featured live streaming and gaming stations where fans could test their skills on the company’s Moons of Madness, Conan Chop Chop and upcoming Conan Exiles games.
Krafton: The goal of the Krafton Union of Game Studios booth was to shine a spotlight on some of its newly developed titles. Fans were invited to check out games MISTOVER! Roguelike, JRPG and Dungeon Crawler.
Oasis Games: The game developer’s booth highlighted its Steel Circus game. The space featured large, colorful graphics and gaming stations. It was also geared up for 3v3 competitions, influencer appearances, swag giveaways and more.
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