May 2021’s Prime Gaming benefits are now available and include Rainbow Six goodies

If you are a Twitch user, you’re in luck, May 2021’s Prime Gaming benefits are now available for Amazon Prime users and they come with some worthwhile goodies for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, Paladins, and plenty more!

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Twitch Prime’s March 2020 drops have been announced

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Twitch has revealed their Twitch Prime drops for March 2020, which includes a free Player Pack for FIFA 20, a new Revenant Skin for Apex Legends, and some Madden 20 goodies alongside several free games.

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Twitch Prime’s February 2020 drop headlined by Destiny 2 goodies

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Preparing for February isn’t the hardest thing to do when you have an idea of what to expect. To help us get the second month of the year started off right, which includes free loot for Destiny 2, Apex Legends, Raid: Shadow Legends, League of Legends, and plenty more.

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Twitch Prime’s January drop includes a free Warframe Starter Pack and 10 new games


Twitch Prime’s first content drop of the 2020 year is here and welcomes in some heavy hitters from Devolver Digital, bringing the total of games you can get this month for free up to 10 in total including Dandara, A Normal Lost Phone, and many more.

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Twitch Prime is giving out even more goodies in time for the Holiday season


If you’re a Twitch Prime user, today, you can get even more goodies for some of today’s biggest hits including Apex Legends, Borderlands 3, Grand Theft Auto Online, and even Red Dead Online.

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You can get a free year of Nintendo Switch Online through Twitch Prime


As Twitch Prime continues to dish out amazing rewards, the latest comes in the shape of a free year for Nintendo Online, allowing Switch owners to save a solid twenty bucks on their membership or even extending their already active one. Here’s the lowdown.

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Amazon officially axes ad-free viewing on Twitch and Prime Discounts on games


Earlier today we discussed how pre-orders for Insomniac’s upcoming Spider-Man had officially become a thing. Well, it looks like Amazon has caved in and joined Best Buy in eliminating the 20% off on all new video game releases. Additionally, there are some major changes to Twitch Prime as well.

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