We’re partnering up with European Speedrunning Assembly (ESA) to bring you a three-day all star showcase from our expo floor! Six speedrunners will be performing their runs daily from the ESA stage. Each of them will be on stage at least once a day, meaning that you don’t have to worry about missing them if you’re a Day Pass holder!

Check out the speedrunning lineup:



Argick is a Sonic specialist hailing from Scotland. His infectious laugh will be sure to entertain the crowd. He will be showcasing a number of games from the Sonic back catalog.



If you know San Andreas speedrunning, you know Joshimuz. His live world record set at ESA 2013 continues to attract attention even today. He will be completing San Andreas in three sittings, one zone each day.



Also known as TMR, TheMexicanRunner embarked upon a journey in 2014 to complete every licensed NES game. Three years and 3435 hours of gameplay later, TMR completed NESMania and cemented his place in gaming history. He will be running Cuphead and a selection of his NES library.



Linkus7 is a Dreamhack Speedrunning veteran now famous for his domination of the third era of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker speedrunning. He is currently the world record holder in both the original and Wii releases of the game, and will be showing them off!



360Chrism is Europe’s most famous Nintendo variety speedrunner who seeks out challenge runs and marathons to bring new and exciting experiences to his viewers every day. He’ll be bringing a selection of Mario, Pokemon and Pikmin to the stream.



Samura1man is a veteran multi game speedrunner and has leaderboard times in 30 games. He has taken on The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening as his most recent project and is, at the time of writing, the world record holder vs 35 competitors. Samura1man will be showcasing Link’s Awakening and another game from his library.

During the event, ESA will be fundraising both live and online for The Movember Foundation. Movember is the only global charity focused solely on men’s health and ESA is proud to be working with them for the second year in a row.

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