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Show your colors and earn rewards with the Overwatch League on Twitch

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You all know those fans. The ones covered in face paint who cheer louder than the rest. Who bleed their team colors and want everyone to know it. Fandom is an awesome thing, and we can’t think of any reason why showing your colors should be limited to IRL events.

When Overwatch League Season 1 began, we promised to reward viewers who catch all the action on Twitch. Now that Stage 2 is kicking off, it’s the perfect time to reveal just how that works.

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Get League Tokens: Collect League Tokens just for being in the (virtual) stands. All you have to do is connect your Blizzard and Twitch accounts, which you can do super easily right here. You’ll get one League Token at the end of every live map finish¹. And some lucky viewers will get 100 tokens for every final map they watch per match — enough to get your favorite Overwatch League team skin in the game.²

Unlock Twitch Emotes & In-Game Skins: In any Overwatch League game, Cheer with Bits to show off your fandom, hype up your favorite teams, and unlock exclusive loot. Here’s how it all works.

  • Everyone watching can work together by Cheering with Bits to unlock Overwatch League skins not yet available in game

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  • Your own Cheering progress unlocks Overwatch exclusive hero emotes to use in chat and team-branded loot as well
  • Cheering leaderboards show how your fandom stacks up against the rest

Coming Soon: Get ready for your VIP pass to the best of the Overwatch League. You’ll be able to unlock even more in-game items, behind-the-scenes video content on Twitch, and tons of other perks which we’ll reveal soon(™).

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The inaugural season of the Overwatch League is underway at /OverwatchLeague, and Stage 2 begins today! Don’t forget to link your accounts before tuning in so you can start Cheering and earning League Tokens today!

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