Have you heard about Twitch Drops? They’re a new and easy way to earn up to three different types of in-game rewards for World of Tanks. All you need to do is just watch streams on Twitch.tv!
Since this is an initial trial of Twitch Drops, it will only be available on the Official EU World of Tanks Twitch channel, starting from June 27 at 15:00 CEST (UTC+2) during the Brawl Club stream as part of the Tankfest Online 2020 weekend event.
If you haven’t already done so, make sure to connect your Twitch and Wargaming accounts so that you’re eligible for a chance to receive some awesome rewards including equipment, special missions, and, if you’re really lucky, a Premium Tank.
How to Connect Your Accounts?
- Go to your Wargaming Account management page
- Click the Twitch Button on the right
- Authorize the connection on the next page
- After successfully connecting the accounts, you will see Twitch as a linked platform in your Wargaming account settings. You’ll also see Wargaming.net in your Twitch account settings.
If you don’t have a Twitch.tv account yet, you need to start by creating one here.
What Will Be Dropped?
Regular Drops and the Twitch Challenge are guaranteed after watching the stream for some amount of time. However, Epic Drops are not guaranteed and are much rarer.
Make sure to join the Tankfest Online Brawl Club Stream on June 27 at 15:00 CEST (UTC+2) for a chance to get:
A special Twitch Drop delivered straight to your Garage—no strings attached!
- x3 Large Repair Kits
- x3 Large First Aid Kits
- x2 Personal Reserves: +100% XP (1 h)
A special mission will become available in-game just for you.
- 1 Medium-Caliber Tank Gun Rammer
- Objectives: deal 15.000 damage over any number of battles
What are Twitch Drops?
Twitch Drops are in-game rewards credited to those who tune in to special Twitch streams. To be eligible, your Wargaming.net and Twitch accounts need to be linked. As this is a trial for Twitch Drops, you can only get these special in-game goodies by watching the Official EU World of Tanks Twitch Brawl Club stream on June 27 at 15:00 CEST (UTC+2).
How long do I have to watch World of Tanks on Twitch to get a Drop?
We can’t give any specific details here, but know that the longer you watch, the higher your chances.
How do you know if you have received a Drop?
You will receive a notification on Twitch under the notifications tab, as well as an in-game notification in the bottom right of your screen when in the Garage.
Can I get Twitch Drops from watching past (recorded) broadcasts?
No. Progress towards earning Twitch Drops is only taken into account when watching LIVE broadcasts.
Will there be more opportunities to get Twitch Drops?
For now, we are only trialing Twitch Drops, but we have plans for the future depending on the outcome of this trial. More details will be announced on the Portal in the near future, so keep an eye out!
How many Twitch Drops can I get?
They are limited to one per account during the Brawl Club stream on June 27 at 15:00 CEST (UTC+2).
There are three types of Twitch Drop rewards. Do they all have the same chance of dropping?
No. Regular Drops and the Twitch Challenge are guaranteed after watching the stream for some amount of time. However, Epic Drops are not guaranteed and are much rarer.
How can you tell if a streamer has Drops enabled?
Initially, Twitch Drops will only be available on the Official EU World of Tanks Twitch channelon June 27 at 15:00 CEST (UTC+2).
Is there any further information on Twitch Drops?
You can read about Twitch Drops via Twitch’s very own help section here.
Source: EU Portal