The past two years have been hectic for Riot Games since the developer finally decided to branch out and introduce more games alongside League of Legends.
Legends of Runeterra, VALUING, and Team combat tactics were warmly welcomed by League players and they have also attracted new players to the gaming world. In addition to all the new titles, Riot’s animated series, Esoteric, finally debuts on Netflix later this week.
With the live premiere on November 6, Riot will roll out the RiotX Arcane event to celebrate the series release. This month-long event will be available in all Riot titles and there will be Twitch drops to claim.
Fans will only need to log into Riot’s official Twitch channel, Arcane.com, or one of the streams that also has Esoteric drops allowed to claim their Esoteric Twitch falls. However, you will first need to make sure that your Riot account is eligible for drops. Here’s how you can do it if this is your first time joining a Twitch drop event.
- Log into Twitch
- Click on your user profile in the upper right corner and choose Settings
- Go to Connections and scroll down until you see Riot Games
- Select Connect which will be located just below the Riot Games section
- After clicking Sign In, you will be taken to the Riot Sign In page where you will need to sign in with your Riot Games account.
- After logging into your Riot Games account, you will need to authorize Twitch
- Once the process is complete, your Riot Games and Twitch accounts will be linked and you will be ready to receive Twitch Drops.
Once players receive a drop, they should receive a notification on Twitch and the drop should appear in their cache once they have logged in to the Riot title of their choice. Depending on the type of reward they get, players may also need to unlock it in-game if it’s a chest. Any other type of cosmetic product should automatically be added to their collection.
Don’t forget to participate in other in-game events throughout the month of November, as this will be a great opportunity to unlock limited-time items.
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