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Grim Campfire Toy Twitch Drop: January 23rd

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Update: Blizzard have now delayed the Twitch Drop by a week, as it will start on January 23rd and end on the 30th.

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There's a new twitch drop coming next week and it's a scary campfire! The Grim Campfire toy will require the usual four hours of watching any Dragonflight stream. 

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In Dragonflight’s latest update, Seeds of Renewal, discover the buried history of Azeroth and the Dragon Isles through the Azerothian Archives Public Event, take Dragonriding to the skies of old-world continents, storm Dragonflight Dungeons alongside NPC companions, complete new campaign chapters in the continuation of the Dragon Isle epilogues, and more! Commemorate the occasion with new Twitch Drops! Watch any Dragonflight stream on Twitch.tv from 23 January 18:00 GMT, until 30 January 18:00 GMT to earn The Grim Campfire Toy.

Eligibility

To participate, you must link your Twitch account by visiting https://account.battle.net/connections. If you have changed your password or made any changes to your Twitch or Battle.net account, you will have to relink your accounts. When you relink, there will be a 7-day cooldown before you can relink a new Twitch account. After you’ve claimed your rewards on Twitch, please make sure you’re logging into the Battle.net region you’d like to receive the drop(s) on, as the first region you log into will be where your items will be delivered. It can take up to 24 hours to receive your reward(s) in game after claiming. Read our Frequently Asked Questions section for more information.


How do I Earn Twitch Drops?

Start Time: 23 January 18:00 GMT
End Time: 30 January 18:00 GMT

Watch at least four hours of WoW: Dragonflight content while these Twitch Drops are active on any channel to earn the Grim Campfire Toy.
A small pile of skulls in a campfire with an ethereal blue glow


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I link my battle.net and Twitch accounts?
A. Sign into your Battle.net account at https://account.battle.net/connections and click the Connect link for Twitch, then follow the instructions to sign in and link your Twitch account to Battle.net.

Q. What devices can I use to earn and claim drops?
A. You can earn and claim drops using your PC/Mac web browser or on the Twitch app for Android or iOS. Twitch apps on game consoles, smart TVs, and other TV apps do not support drops.

Q. Do I need to watch the same channel the entire time to earn my drops?
A. You can earn progress towards a drop on any eligible channel in the World of Warcraft category on Twitch. You can, for example, watch half an hour on one channel and then switch to another channel without losing your progress. You cannot earn progress faster by watching more than one channel at a time.

Q. Will I receive my drop rewards in-game automatically?
A. To receive your rewards, you must claim the drop on the channel you’re watching or in the Drops Inventory menu on Twitch.

Q. Do Twitch Drop rewards expire?
A. Earned Twitch Drop rewards will expire seven (7) days after they’ve been claimed if a Battle.net account has not been linked.

Q. As a streamer, how do I get Twitch Drops on my channel?
A. All you need to do is ensure your Twitch and Battle.net accounts are linked and that you’ve opted into Drops (see Drops Streamer Home).

Q. What regions are eligible for these Twitch Drops?
A. Participating regions include North America, Latin America, Europe, The Middle East, Africa, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

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1 hour ago, Prophet001 said:

Buying viewers seems unethical.

It's almost like botting viewers...

...actually it's exactly like botting viewers.

Yea, but bots dont get sweet loot. 

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I love these Twitch drops!  It's SUCH an easy way to get cool free stuff.  Just pull up someone's channel, mute it, then let the tab sit ignored in your browser for a few hours while you do whatever you want, or sit there and actually watch it if you want.  Whatever.  Either way, it helps the streamer a bit and lets you get free loot!  Wins all around.

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