Frequently Asked Questions

Dragon Con will again be offering an internet streaming version of DragonConTV to members at Dragon Con 2021, available right here on

For 2021, we will again make access to Dragon Con streaming available to both members of Dragon Con, as well as people who are not attending the convention. Streaming memberships are available on the website.

Streaming memberships have been set for the low price of $10.

The main internet stream will be the same content provided to Dragon Con host hotels on DragonConTV (Hyatt, Marriott, Hilton, Sheraton, and Westin), aside from a few panels in main programming. This year we will also host a Fan Tracks stream on the site featuring content from the various tracks. Content from both streams and previous years will be available to watch.

The hotel feed features coverage from some main programming panels (live or pre-recorded), major events (Parade, Masquerade, Friday Night Costuming Contest, Wrestling), news updates from the convention, and a selection of fan-produced content from our volunteers and fans.

A schedule of broadcast content will be available 1 week prior to the convention. Note that the schedule is subject to change.

Unfortunately some of the guests at Dragon Con have studio agreements that restrict our ability to stream their convention programming. Specifically we are not allowed to stream guests affiliated with the BBC.

DragonConTV offers live coverage of events from the Hyatt Centennial II/III and the Marriott Atrium ballrooms. We also record panels for rebroadcast from the Hilton Salon, Westin Peachtree, Sheraton Grand, and Hyatt Regency 6/7 ballrooms.

The internet stream is scheduled to start Thursday, September 2nd at 12:00pm and will conclude Monday, September 6th at 2:00pm.

Absolutely not. We will still post content to the DragonConTV YouTube Channel before, during and after Dragon Con 2021. You can find guest interviews, convention highlights, full coverage of the Dragon Con Parade, and the usual “comedy” you’ve come to expect from DragonConTV.

During the convention, some of the content we produce on-site will be shown first on the stream prior to it being available on YouTube.

Once your account is active, you can access recordings from Dragon Con 2021 along with a collection of content from past conventions and highlights until June 1st 2022.

Yes! While we won't be offering a dedicated Roku app this year, you can still watch all of our virtual content through most devices which run a built-in web browser. Simply go to and start streaming!

Each built-in browser is a little different. If you are unsure how to locate or navigate it, we also recommend using the Web Video Cast app for your ​Android or ​Apple Devices. This application interface makes it easy to browse our content and cast it to most devices.

If you are still experiencing issues, please refer to the UScreen Help Center.

If we don't have an answer for you here, email us at and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. You can also reach us by joining the official Dragon Con Discord Server and visit the dctv-help channel.