Do you play League of Legends? Do you have Twitch Prime? Then prepare to get four months worth the free goodies from Twitch and Riot Games. Here’s what you need to know about the ongoing promotion.
As part of Twitch’s ongoing initiative to support Twitch Prime, the company has announced they will be teaming up with Riot Games, bringing some undeniably good offers for fans to enjoy. Among those offers comes the ability to obtain two random Skin Shards, one random Legendary Skin Shard, and an exclusive Emote through a Rift Herald’s Capsule by visiting the official Twitch.tv benefit page for League of Legends.
“League of Legends has been one of the most-watched games on Twitch for years, and partnering with Riot to offer four months’ worth of League of Legends loot to members is the kind of amazing content we get really excited about,” said Larry Plotnick, Director, Twitch Prime. “We’re striving to make Prime the absolute best deal in gaming, and we’re off to a big start in 2019—we’ve already offered our members more than $900 worth of games and content this year. And that’s just the beginning. Stay tuned, because there’s a lot more goodness coming this summer.”
Once you claim your first capsule, it will be thirty days before the next one can be obtained, which will include the following capsules during the promotion period: A Rift Herald’s Capsule, Red Buff’s Capsule, and Blue Buff’s Capsule, and closing out the promotion with a Baron’s Capsule. Those of you with Twitch Prime will be able to not just redeem the Twitch Prime offer for League of Legends, but also various other times as part of your Twitch Prime membership.
The League of Legends offer will be extended until Aug. 28, 2019, for the first capsule.
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