The YouTuber and streamer convention CoxCon is back for 2019 - here's all you need to know
CoxCon 2019 is almost upon us! The convention, which is set to run for its fifth year this time out, is a brilliant way for YouTubers and streamers to meet their dedicated fanbases and is set to take place this weekend.
The convention has been growing in popularity year-on-year and 2019 looks to be no different with a stellar line-up of guests including host Jesse Cox and a collection of stars from across the world of YouTube and Twitch.
The 2019 convention is taking place over the 13th and 14th of July but just who else is set to appear, what's the schedule and can you still get last-minute tickets?
CoxCon returns for a 5th year! We'll be back in Telford - July 13/14th 2019! More details about guests, tickets and merch to follow this week - keep an eye on https://t.co/PdegUHpjPH and twitter for updates! #CoxCon2019 #5YEARSOFCOX pic.twitter.com/m42YJdFFi2— CoxCon (@CoxConOfficial) November 6, 2018
Who's appearing at CoxCon 2019?
Jesse Cox - The creator and host of CoxCon. He has been on YouTube since 2010 and has amassed just under one million subscribers thanks to his gaming content.
Sips - Another gamer who is scheduled to appear is Sips. They have earned an impressive 1.8 million subscribers since 2011.
Mike Martin aka. MathasGames - US YouTuber MathasGames is heading to CoxCon this year which will provide the UK contingent of his 230,000 strong fanbase the perfect opportunity to meet him.
Terran Gregory - One of the few CoxCon guests who isn't a YouTuber or Twitch streamer. Gregory is the In-Game Cinematic Project Director for the long-running MMO World of Warcraft.
The Completionist aka. Jirard Khalil - Khalil has built an audience of over 1.1 million subscribers on YouTube since starting his channel back in 2012.
Alex Faciane - Faciane appears alongside Khalil on the channel Super Beard Bros. which has earned itself 230,000 subscribers since forming in 2012.
Michael Daivs - Davis will be appearing alongside Cox on the Scary Game Squad stage shows throughout the convention after joining Jesse on the video series of the same name.
Angi Viper - Is a well-known cosplayer who also has a dedicated following on Twitch.
Daniel Hardcastle aka. NerdCubed - NerdCubed has been on YouTube since 2011 and has built up an audience of over 2.5 million subscribers with his comedic video game content but is steadily moving away from the video sharing site and has a book, Fuck Yeah, Video Games, set to release later this year.
Steve Hardcastle aka. DadCubed - DadCubed/Steve Hardcastle is the father of the aforementioned Daniel Hardcastle. Steve's channel began in 2013 and has built up an audience of over 300,000 subscribers and has posted a weekly-ish vlog series for the past 18 months.
Rebecca Maughan - Maughan is an artist and streamer who designed the incredible artwork for NerdCubed's upcoming book, examples of which you can find over on Twitter.
Jim Caddick aka. Caddicarus - Caddicarus has earned over 640,000 subscribers with his video game-centred content and has been active on YouTube since the early 2010s.
Thomas Ridgewell aka. TomSka - TomSka was only announced as a guest in the past fortnight. TomSka has amassed over 5.8 million subscribers thanks to his comedy sketches which include the animated asdf movie series.
What's the schedule?
This year's edition of the convention is scheduled to take place over the weekend of July 13th and 14th.
Across the two days, there'll be chances to meet-and-greet your favourite YouTubers and streamers.
There will also be shows on the convention's main stage with the various creators, which will also be streamed live to Twitch, which will likely involve the playing of many video games.
Jesse Cox will start the convention at 10am on the Saturday with an opening ceremony which will be followed up with several stage shows throughout the weekend as well as plenty of meet-and-greet opportunities. Details of which can be found at the official CoxCon site.
How can you go?
Despite the start of the convention now being less than 24 hours away, tickets are still available for CoxCon 2019 and weekend passes still are on sale for £55 a piece.
CoxCon is being held at the Telford International Centre in the west midlands, just off the M54 in between Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton.
As mentioned, CoxCon 2019 is set to take place this weekend over the 13th and 14th of July.
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