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Overwatch Champions Series: How to get OWCS Twitch drops

Follow our step-by-step guide to unlock some free Overwatch 2 items.

The start of the Overwatch Champions Series (OWCS) also means a bunch of viewership incentives. According to ESL FACEIT Group (EFG), the Stage 1: Open Qualifier games feature viewership incentives such as icons, sprays, skins and more. Therefore, read on for our quick guide on how to get these free OWCS Twitch drops!

Overwatch 2 OWCS Twitch drops (Image via Blizzard Entertainment and ESL FACEIT Group)
Overwatch 2 OWCS Twitch drops (Image via Blizzard Entertainment and ESL FACEIT Group)

How to get OWCS Twitch drops

  1. Log in to your Twitch account
  2. Head to the "Connections" tab on Battle.net
  3. Scroll down the "Connected Accounts" section
  4. Click on the "Connect" button located next to Twitch
  5. Follow the simple prompts to connect your accounts
  6. Watch the broadcast between Feb. 26 and March 18 (Campaign 1)
  7. Watch the broadcast between March 18 and March 31 (Campaign 2)
  8. Visit Twitch's inventory page to claim your drops from each campaign
Connect your accounts to get the OWCS Twitch drops (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Connect your accounts to get the OWCS Twitch drops (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

OWCS 2024 Stage 1 Open Qualifier Twitch drops: Campaign 1

  • 2 hours watched: OWCS icon
  • 4 hours watched: OWCS spray
  • 6 hours watched: Lifeweaver Winter spray
  • 8 hours watched: Murphy Cookies icon
Murphy is Sojourn's dog in Overwatch 2 (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Murphy is Sojourn's dog in Overwatch 2 (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

OWCS 2024 Stage 1 Open Qualifier Twitch drops: Campaign 2

  • 2 hours watched: OWE spray
  • 4 hours watched: OWE icon
  • 6 hours watched: D.Va Winter name card
  • 8 hours watched: OWCS Home & Away Kiriko skin

You must watch the Overwatch 2 matches for a set number of hours in order to unlock the different Twitch drops. The OWCS icon from Campaign 1, for example, requires you to watch two hours of content before you can claim it. Additionally, remember that Campaign 1 runs from Feb. 26 to March 18 while Campaign 2 goes from March 18 and March 31.

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