Twitch Prime Is Now Giving Away Free League Of Legends Loot

 

For most PC gamers, having a subscription like Twitch is a necessity, especially for popular games like League Of Legends. For others, it can be a new world of unexplored territory. Recently, Twitch Prime has been bulking up its free offerings for its users. For example, right now you can get four PC games12 months of Nintendo Switch Online, and 30 days of Crunchyroll Premium for completely free if you’re signed up for Twitch Prime, a service offered to all Amazon Prime subscribers. Twitch Prime also gives away free in-game loot on a rolling basis for a variety of games, and the latest offer will be of interest to League of Legends players.

Twitch Prime members with a League of Legends account can claim the Rift Herald’s Capsule, the first of four capsules that will become available every 30 days with free skin shards and emotes for players. Once you claim the Rift Herald’s capsule, the other three capsules will arrive automatically in your League of Legends account every month.

Surprisingly, Twitch Prime, the game streaming service’s version of Amazon Prime, has typically focused on offering subscribers free loot and other game-related perks since its debut a few years ago. Now, that’s changing. Twitch Prime is now also rolling out its first-ever non-gaming “loot” — a 30-day subscription to the anime streaming service Crunchyroll Premium.

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Here’s an overview of the free loot to expect from each capsule. You’ll notice the first three capsules will get you the same amount and type of random loot each month, while the final capsule will net you a permanent legendary skin instead of a legendary skin shard. You’ll also receive one less regular skin shard that last month.

  • Rift Herald’s Capsule
    Two random skin shards, one random legendary skin shard, and one exclusive emote
  • Red Buff’s Capsule
    Two random skin shards, one random legendary skin shard, and one exclusive emote
  • Blue Buff’s Capsule
    Two random skin shards, one random legendary skin shard, and one exclusive emote
  • Baron’s Capsule
    One random skin shard, one random permanent legendary skin, and one exclusive emote

In total, after four months, you’ll have three legendary shards, one permanent legendary skin, seven skin shards, and four exclusive emotes for free.

You have until August 28 to claim the first capsule. Once you do, you’ll receive the additional capsules every 30 days as long as you remain a Twitch Prime member. To claim the offer, you’ll need to log into your Twitch Prime account. Afterward, you’ll be prompted to link your Twitch Prime and League of Legends accounts. While you’re at it, be sure to check out the other current offers at Twitch Prime, where more free in-game loot is available to claim for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4Path of ExileSmite, and more.

There are other in-game freebies to grab too.

These include a skin and Apex packs in Apex Legends, a World of Tanks Care Package and a customisation pack Call of Duty: Black Ops IV.

Currently you can also get loot for Starcraft II, League of Legends, NBA 2K19, Neverwinter, Smite and Warface as well. Finally, you can, for a limited time, also get the Starter Edition of Final Fantasy XIV Online for free to boot.

What You Need To Know:

In order to grab the free games, in-game loot, and merchandise discounts, you need to be a Prime member and connect your Twitch account. Twitch Prime is free with a Prime membership and comes with many other benefits, including:

  •  Ad-free viewing
  • A Prime-exclusive chat badge
  • A free channel subscription
  • Discounts on pre-order box games
  • Pre-order price guarantee
  • Release date delivery

If you enjoy gaming, you won’t regret joining Twitch for its highly engaged community of fellow gamers and exclusive perks. Starting your free trial of Prime now (if you’re not a member already) means you’ll get to take part in the limited-time Twitch giveaways, shop Prime Day deals site-wide, and experience all the other useful benefits of a Prime membership.

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