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How to get free mystery skin in League of Legends, Little Legend in TFT

Published: 6/Dec/2019 0:35

by Alan Bernal

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Riot Games are giving their community a double dose of free Twitch Prime loot this time around with new offers being extended to League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics players.

The League of Legends developers and Twitch have put out consistent offers ranging from skins, emotes, characters and more for their audiences to take advantage of.

While the process can be a bit confusing to get people set up, once players get their accounts linked they can expect to get a ton of chances to capitalize on the offers when they come around.

Riot GamesThe Twitch Prime rewards can give players a free way to build their log of Little Legends.

League of Legends Prime Loot

For the month of December, Summoners who have Twitch Prime can navigate to the ‘Prime Loot’ tab on the top right of the site to the corresponding offer.

After clicking on it, you’ll need to link your League of Legends account with a Twitch Prime account to get access to the reward.

Once they do, players will be able to click the “Claim Loot” tab. If the accounts were able to sync, that would have to be all that’s needed to claim the offer.

The next time you log into your League of Legends account, your rewards should be available under the Loot tab in the client.

Unfortunately, the offer is not available for accounts in the regions of Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore/Malaysia, Taiwan, and all servers in China.

Riot GamesThere will be a few rewards for Twitch Prime Summoners to collect.

Free Little Legend in TFT

As for the popular round-based strategy game, players will be getting two different rewards for the single offer.

In December, TFT players can snag a free Mystery Little Legends Egg that contains an avatar for the tabletop mode.

Additionally, Riot Games are throwing in a Mystery Emote permanent bundled with the egg to really shake up the customization options.

The rewards are also limited to those outside of Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore/Malaysia, Taiwan, and all servers in China.

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Riot Games is packing a Mystery Emote along with the Mystery Little Legends Egg during this TFT giveaway.

How to claim Teamfight Tactics Twitch Prime loot

To get the free in-game items, players are going to need to link their League of Legends accounts to their Twitch Prime.

1) Create a Twitch Prime Account

Start a free trial to Twitch Prime or use an existing Amazon Prime account to sign up for an account on the broadcasting service.

2) Link your accounts

Link your League of Legends account to your Twitch Prime account.

3) Claim your offer

After linking them, go back to the Twitch Prime Loot tab and scroll down to the League of Legends TFT Little Legends offer. Go into the promotion’s page and click “Claim Offer” and enjoy your new Little Legends!

How to get Twitch Prime for free

Those without a Twitch Prime account can still get the rewards by taking advantage of a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.

After signing up, link your free trial account to Twitch. All the benefits that would typically come with a Twitch Prime account are covered in the free trial of Amazon Prime, just don’t forget to cancel at the end of the trial period.

Keep note that there are two separate Teamfight Tactics promotions this time around those that have Twitch Prime, so don’t miss out on the full rewards

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Doublelift announces League of Legends retirement after storied LCS career

Published: 25/Nov/2020 21:37 Updated: 25/Nov/2020 22:47

by Alan Bernal

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Yiliang ‘Doublelift’ Peng has retired from professional play after nearly a decade, ending one of the most storied careers in North American League of Legends.

The star ADC of Team SoloMid and notably Team Liquid, among others, announced his retirement while reflecting on the embattled beginnings of his career to becoming a highly decorated player in NA’s professional scene.

“When I was 17, I qualified for the Season 1 World Championship in Sweden. It was my very first tournament… When I sat down to play my first match, I felt a fire in my heart that drove me to chase the dream of becoming a pro player and being the best,” Doublelift wrote of his humble beginnings.

DL was one of the last few legacy members of League of Legends esports. He’s played in all 10 premier seasons since the days of Intel Extreme Masters and Major League Gaming before the NA LCS even formed.

TSM trophy LCS doublelift retires
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In his near 10-year career, Doublelift ends his career with a case filled with LCS Trophies and MVPs.

Even in the modern era of the LCS, after the highs and lows of his time on Team Liquid and TSM, DL capped off his domestic run with a five-year domination of the league into retirement.

“I was mocked about being better on the analyst desk than in-game. My play style would never work, they said I was too greedy in a game that demands teamwork. For 5 years, I practiced 14 hours a day and lost every important match.

“Then I finally won my first LCS championship. Today, I’ve won 8 of the last 11 splits. Hard work and determination paid off. I’m fully aware of the irony of saying that in my retirement post.”

Doublelift expressed regret for his lack of international success at Worlds, which the LCS as a whole has struggled to leave its impression on throughout the years.

doublelift tsm team liquid lcs finals
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Doublelift and Bjergsen both retired in the 2020 off-season after historical LCS careers.

“I’d like to have been able to say I won Worlds (or even just made it to quarters), but let’s just have the rookies take up the torch on that one,” he said, looking forward to the future of the LCS.

Still, some of the most prolific LCS showings on the international stage have come under teams with Doublelift on the roster. Notably in the semifinals of the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) 2019 and showing off NA pride at multiple Rift Rivals.

Doublelift ended his career as the first member of the LCS’s 1000-Kill Club with eight LCS Championships, an LCS MVP for Summer 2018, the LCS Finals MVP for Spring 2019, and was nominated to the LCS All-Pro 1st Team five times.