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How to get League of Legends free Twitch Prime loot

Published: 27/Oct/2018 18:54

by Calum Patterson


By linking your Twitch Prime account with your League of Legends account, you will receive a free Legendary Shard Skin, but the process can be a little complex.

The first step is obvious, as you will of course need to have or create a Twitch Prime account. This is effectively an Amazon Prime account linked to your Twitch – you can do this here.

Once you have your Twitch Prime account, you will then need to link this to you League of Legends account – you can do this here.

Once everything is linked up, you will be able to claim a free Summoner’s crown capsule, containing a random legendary-tier skin shard.

Even if you are not that bothered about this first free reward, it is still worth linking up your accounts, as Twitch says this is only “the first in a series of free in-game loot in League of Legends for Twitch Prime members.”

It is being done in promotion of the festivities at TwitchCon 2018, where LoL fans can attend the LAN Arena to play and stream and meet their favorite LoL streamers.

On October 28, a special LoL event will be taking place at TwitchCon, called the “Rumble on the Rift”, a tournament featuring “the game’s biggest streamers in one place.”

Once you have claimed the offer on the website for you free Twitch Prime loot, it will be available the next time you log in, provided you are at least level 3.


1) Create a Twitch Prime Account

Start your free trial here and become a Twitch Prime member. If you’re already a Twitch Prime member, move onto step 2.

2) Link your League of Legends account and Twitch Prime Accounts

Link your accounts here.

3) Claim the offer

Sign in to your Twitch Prime account here and click “Claim Offer” below the League of Legends offer to claim your Summoner’s Crown Capsule. Your loot will be available the next time you log into your League of Legends account.

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Team Liquid set to re-sign Jensen in record-breaking $4.2 million LCS deal

Published: 27/Oct/2020 23:55

by Isaac McIntyre


Team Liquid has reportedly tabled a lucrative $4.2 million dollar deal that would make off-contract mid lane star Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen the highest-paid player in LCS history, following rival Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg’s shock retirement.

Jensen has been at the center of Liquid’s League of Legends roster since 2019, when he jumped ship from Cloud9 after a Worlds semi-final run in South Korea.

The Danish mid laner, who has played in the North American league for the past six years, has already won four LCS titles with Liquid. He became a competition resident in May 2019, and has long been considered one of the league’s best.

With Bjergsen announcing his shock retirement, Jensen’s value skyrocketed. The mid laner, 25, is off-contract on Nov. 27, but seems set to stay in the blue and black of Team Liquid for another three years, according to insider Travis Gafford.

Jensen will reportedly accept the $4.2 million deal. Once he’s signed on the dotted line, the Dane will become the highest-paid LCS player the North American comp has ever had, dwarfing the previous richest contract by a long margin.

Jensen is one of the undisputed best stars in the LCS, especially after becoming an NA resident in 2019.
Riot Games
Jensen is one of the undisputed best stars in the LCS, especially after becoming an NA resident in 2019.

Liquid also holds the soon-to-be second-highest deal, a $3.4 million contract over three years for world champion Jung “Impact” Eon-yeong. The top lane star ⁠— who claimed Worlds glory with SKT in 2013 ⁠— is reportedly leaving Liquid, however.

He will be followed out the door by Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen, insider rumors have suggested. Liquid’s plans are to build around boom ADC star Edward “Tactical” Ra and 2020’s most valuable player Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in moving forward.

Liquid is also eyeing FlyQuest’s Lucas “Santorin” Larsen to round out their 2021 roster, according to sources. They have not yet officially approached the jungle star.

Santorin could be the final piece of Team Liquid's emerging 2021 puzzle.
Riot Games
Santorin could be the final piece of Team Liquid’s emerging 2021 puzzle.

Liquid are in the process of overhauling their 2020 roster after a mixed reception at Worlds this year. The North American representatives travelled to Shanghai as the LCS third seed, and blew through the Play-Ins before chalking up a 3-3 record in groups to exit in 9th/12th.

In the process, Liquid beat European heavyweights G2 Esports and Worlds finalists Suning — who face Damwon Gaming this Saturday for the 2020 title — but a failure to make the quarter-finals has seen the team reshuffle the roster regardless.

Dexerto will keep you updated on all the LCS roster shuffles as the 2021 season approaches. Domestic League of Legends returns in early January.