Escape from Tarkov June 2020 Twitch drops
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Escape from Tarkov is back in the limelight when it comes to the streaming world. Starting last week, Twitch and EFT teamed up to deliver Twitch Drops on certain streamers’ channels. This is a fairly common practice nowadays, as Valorant gave Closed Beta access the same way. However, instead of one-time rewards, viewers can earn multiple rewards in all shapes and sizes. These drop prizes can then be used on your personal Escape from Tarkov account, provided you’ve taken the correct steps. If you’re wondering what those steps are, keep reading to figure out how you can claim this round of Twitch Drops.

Claiming the Twitch Drops for Escape from Tarkov

If you’ve participated in Twitch Drops or Twitch Prime rewards before, then you probably already know what to do. Though, if you’re new to this process or need a refresher, follow these steps to ensure you don’t miss out on any rewards.

First up, you’ll need to connect your Battlestate Games account with your Twitch account. This can be done in the “Connections” tab of Twitch or on your EFT profile. Either way, simply log in to both accounts and they should be linked.

Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drops

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Once this is complete, all you need to do is watch a certified Twitch streamer. The list for each day’s streamer list can be found on Escape from Tarkov‘s website. Every day through June 22, which is when the promotion ends, new streamers will have drops on their channel. Make sure you’re watching one, or more, of these streamers in order to receive drops.

During this watch time, you’ll be guaranteed to receive one item in Escape from Tarkov. This item could be a weapon, rare item, or piece of equipment. According to EFT, you can watch more than one broadcast to increase your chances of earning more drops.

Which Escape from Tarkov streamers are you watching? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all gaming news.

Joey Carr
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