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The Finals Twitch Drops: Steal the Spotlight rewards

If you like to sit back and watch a streamer from time to time, why not earn rewards in The Finals by redeeming Twitch Drops?

The Finals just came out with one of its largest updates, and introduced a new in-game event. Steal the Spotlight brings another solo mode to the FPS with a slew of rewards to earn. That's not the only way you can rack up rewards, however, as Steal the Spotlight in The Finals has Twitch Drops available.

What are Twitch Drops?

First and foremost, you'll want to understand how Twitch Drops work. When you watch a streamer with the tag Drops Enabled or notice their stream title mentioning that Drops are available, make sure you tune in.

Each game with Twitch Drops, such as The Finals, has its own criteria to meet for earning rewards. Typically, you have to watch a certain number of hours before you can claim what's up for grabs. Once you've reached that number, you'll be notified that a reward is available to redeem.

How to earn and redeem The Finals Twitch Drops during Steal the Spotlight

(Screenshot via esports.gg)
(Screenshot via esports.gg)

There are three rewards you can earn during the Steal the Spotlight event, aside from those in-game. Here's how you can get yourself some cosmetics simply by having a stream of The Finals open with Twitch Drops enabled:

  1. Connect your Steam, PlayStation, or Xbox account with your Embark ID to Twitch
  2. Open a stream of The Finals with the Drops Enabled tag
  3. Watch for 1 hour to earn the Masterplan Markup spray
  4. Watch for 2 hours to earn the Lockbox Locket weapon charm
  5. Watch for 4 hours to earn the Tungsten Disguise helmet
  6. Claim your Twitch Drops from The Finals in your Drops & Rewards inventory
  7. Load into The Finals to add the cosmetics to your collection
(Screenshot via esports.gg)
(Screenshot via esports.gg)

You can use the Drops & Rewards inventory page to view your progress towards the rewards. The good thing is that they stack up, so if you watch four hours of The Finals, you'll receive all three Twitch Drops. There's no need to start the timer over after earning the first or second reward.

Also, note that the Steal the Spotlight event lasts longer in-game. The Twitch Drops event only goes until February 7, 2024. The drops are no longer available at 4 a.m. PST on that day, so watch now if you want them.

Stay tuned to esports.gg for more esports news and The Finals coverage.