League of Legends

Teamfight Tactics: How to claim free Little Legends with Twitch Prime

Published: 19/Sep/2019 23:13 Updated: 19/Sep/2019 23:48

by Alan Bernal

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To send League of Legends players get access to free loot.

But now the company is back at it again, this time giving tacticians for their autobattler an easy way of netting two adorable Little Legends to add to their collection.

Riot GamesThe new Twitch Prime promotion will give players two free Little Legends.

Little Legends Twin Eggs

Available starting September 18 through October 28, Twitch Prime members can claim a free set of Little Legends Twin Eggs that will get sent to their linked League of Legends account.

Once claimed, players will have access to two random Little Legends to help them start building their roster of in-game characters.

Then a second loot capsule will be available from October 28 to December 3. That promotion will let players add two more Little Legends to their account as well as a random skin shard token as an added bonus.

While the actual Little Legends have no effect on a particular TFT match, they’re basically the only thing that players control other than the placement of champs on the game board.

TwitchDon’t forget to claim your TFT Twitch Prime rewards.

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 by going here.

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

Esports

BBC creating LEC documentary following EXCEL, narrated by Cillian Murphy

Published: 2/Dec/2020 11:02 Updated: 2/Dec/2020 11:06

by Adam Fitch

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Major British broadcasting company BBC are set to release a five-part documentary following UK esports organization EXCEL ESPORTS.

The series, named ‘Fight for First: EXCEL ESPORTS,’ follows the org’s team in the European League of Legends competition LEC throughout the 2020 Spring Split.

The documentary is narrated by Cillian Murphy, an actor who’s been nominated for awards at the Golden Globes and BAFTA, and will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer in early 2021.

In 2020’s Spring Split, EXCEL finished in seventh place — narrowly missing out on a spot in the playoffs with a record of seven wins and 11 losses.

Dele Alli Excel esports
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Dele Alli recently joined the growing list of footballers getting involved in the esports scene by partnering with EXCEL.

The description for the upcoming documentary will shed light on the “deep-rooted” reasons that the players compete as they are “navigating the growing pains of adulting, living away from home, love, new friendships, and fame.”

November 2020 was a busy month for the organization, not only changing their logo and ethos to represent “The Power of Better” but announcing that Tottenham Hotspur and England national footballer Dele Alli had joined as their first global ambassador.

Dexerto spoke with CEO Wouter Sleijffers at the time of the announcements to understand the need for change and what the future of EXCEL looks like.

“My sons love gaming,” said Cillian Murphy. “When I showed them the trailer for this, they said I had to do it. Being involved in Fight For First has been a great experience and there is so much more to professional gaming than I ever thought. It has opened up a whole new world to me and this series provides a proper insight into a fascinating, global industry.”

BBC picked up more esports programming just in November, acquiring the rights to broadcast Counter-Strike competition BLAST Premier for the remainder of the 2020 season. In 2020 alone, the media giant has also shown Rocket League and sim racing.