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How to watch Comic-Con 2020: Stream SDCC @ Home

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Comic-Con 2020 is finally here – and, as you may have noticed, things are a little different this year. Over the next few days, some of the biggest shows will have their panels streamed live and in full for the very first time, starting with Thursday’s packed schedule. Frankly, knowing how to watch Comic-Con @ Home is a priority up there with getting your favourite snacks ready and making sure your chair is extra comfy.

Below, we’ll guide you through how to watch and stream everything from Comic-Con 2020. No more jostling for lines outside Hall H or battling with large crowds on the conference floor. This is every Comic-Con 2020 stream live and beamed directly into your home.

With big hitters such as The Boys, the Star Trek Universe, and The Walking Dead all here from 23 July to Sunday, July 27, it pays to be ahead of the game on what might just be your very first SDCC event. Ready? Here’s how to watch Comic-Con 2020.

How to watch Comic-Con 2020

The organisers of SDCC have made things very easy. Whereas nabbing a seat in Hall H would have once cost you thousands, it's now simple: head over to Comic-Con's YouTube channel.

Yes, every panel at Comic-Con 2020 will be streaming live onto YouTube, and the links are already available to find. All you need to do is find the panel you're interested in watching on the main Comic-Con website, click on that panel's page, and then follow the YouTube link that's available there. For instance, this link will take you to the Star Trek panel on Thursday at 10am EST / 6pm BST. All the Comic-Con 2020 stream links will live closer to each panel taking place.

Which panels should I watch?

There are over 350 panels being streamed at Comic-Con 2020, including minor ones on smaller comic series to huge ones featuring the entire cast of The Boys season 2. For a rundown of all the major panels, check out our breakdown of the schedule. We'll be covering all the major revelations right here on GamesRadar+, so keep coming back for all your SDCC coverage. 

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