Currently, there is a lot going on with the Overwatch D.VA event going on. With Twitch exclusive such as new sprays being available for D.VA to use, many are taking advantage of using [Twitch Drop Enabled] to bolster their viewer numbers, but one thing’s for certain: many of them are fake. Here’s who to watch and when.
It seems that this is one of the craziest months for Overwatch events to be going down. This month we have seen Hammond launch into competitive play, we’ve gotten to see the Summer Games launch, a new map has been announced, and now we have the Nano Cola event begin for D.VA which includes a new skin, new sprays, and even a set of new stuff for you to strut her stuff in.
However, some of this is Twitch exclusive, meaning you have to watch streams that are officially sponsored by Blizzard in order to obtain some of these Twitch Enabled Drops. However, because of this event, streamers are taking full advantage of putting [Drop Enabled] in the title of their streams.
But how can you ensure that you are getting the drops you want? First off, there are two ways. One, you can visit the official post on the official Overwatch Forums that outline the D.VA ‘S NANO COLA CHALLENGE and discusses what streamers to watch from the hilarious and always light-hearted Fran to the ominous, but always witty Seagull to more questionable streamers such as Kephrii.
You can check out the official schedule down below:
Second, you can also watch on Twitch to see who has the official “Drops Enabled” sponsor on their stream bar, which will give you an idea that you can earn official drops via watching their stream. Sadly, some streamers, such as the former Dallas Fuel star xQcOW is one of those actually trying to cash in on the drops being abled, but without being one of the official people on the list.
Until then, have fun, unlock some D.VA content and enjoy the fun while you can as we prepare for the next Overwatch season starting Friday.
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