Due to health and safety concerns, QuakeCon will be virtual again in 2021, with a three-day schedule full of engaging panels and exciting tournaments, along with multiple ways to connect with friends around the world!
Founded in 1996, QuakeCon has grown from a local gathering of Quake (and id Software) fans to one of the most distinguished festivals in gaming with North America’s largest BYOC (Bring-Your-Own-Computer) LAN party. Welcoming more than 10,000 gamers to Dallas, TX, the annual event offers a wide range of activities, including presentations, tournaments, panels, exhibits, and sneak peeks of Bethesda’s upcoming titles and announcements. QuakeCon has always been about great games and great friends, but it’s also about providing attendees with opportunities to donate, support, and help others through partnerships with numerous charitable organizations.
QuakeCon is open to the public and attendance is free thanks to the support of id Software, Bethesda Softworks, the QuakeCon volunteer staff, and the numerous event sponsors and exhibitors.