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How to get OWL 2022 rewards and drops


The OWL 2022 playoffs stream is giving out free rewards to viewers. Here’s how to get them.

The Overwatch League 2022 playoffs provide an opportunity for fans to earn a few skins by simply watching the games. For fans, they get to see their favorite players in action and also find better cosmetics for their favorite heroes. Here’s how to get the free Overwatch League (OWL) 2022 Playoffs rewards.
Overwatch League viewers earn 5 OWL tokens for every hour of stream watched. Additionally, they also earn 3 Overwatch League home and away skins for every 3 hours watched, up to 30 hours.
Custom community designed Overwatch 2 cosmetics will also drop after the stream reaches certain predetermined viewership milestones. 

OWL 2022 Rewards

OWL Playoffs rewards

Additional Drops
Tracer, Genji, Bastion
Grand Finals 1 spray
Mercy, Mei, Hanzo
Zhulong player icon
Ana, Brigitte, Zenyatta
Luchador player icon
Wrecking Ball, D.Va, Ashe
Royal Knight player icon
Cassidy, Pharah, Echo
Happi player icon
Roadhog, Baptiste, Sigma
Clockwork player icon
Soldier: 76, Orisa, Reinhardt, Sombra
OWL Turns 5 player icon
Symmetra, Torbjorn, Doomfist
Lucio Dance Party emote
Lucio, Reaper, Junkrat, Moira
Zarya, Widowmaker, Winston
100 League Tokens

OWL Grand Finals rewards

Additional Drops
Grand Finals 2 spray
Pulse Pistol name card
Junker Queen, Kiriko
Do not forget to link your account to YouTube in order to receive these drops.

OWL Player Icons

Players should redeem all incentives by the end of the year. If players don't redeem the OWL rewards before the end of the year, then the rewards will expire.
Viewers will also get access to exlcusive sprays for watching the Overwatch League YouTube stream. There are two sprays that players can spam in their pub matches.
The Overwatch League Playoffs will come to an end on November 4 with the winner receiving a million dollars in prize money. The total prize pool for OWL playoffs is $2.55 million. Fans can stay updated with the latest live results from the OWL playoffs here.
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