Free Overwatch Loot Boxes Available for Twitch Prime Members: Here's How

Free Overwatch Loot Boxes Available for Twitch Prime Members: Here's How

A bonus Overwatch reward for Twitch Prime members.

Twitch Prime members will be getting even more bonuses after announcing yet another partnership with Blizzard Entertainment and Overwatch. This time Twitch Prime members can claim two loot boxes celebrating the public release of the new hero Wrecking Ball.

The promotional Wrecking Ball Loot Boxes contain four random items for Wrecking Ball. This is different than typical loot boxes which usually contain items for all heroes. However, Twitch Prime members can also claim a Golden Loot Box in September as well as a second Golden Loot Box in October.

Wrecking Ball Loot Boxes in Overwatch.

How to claim your rewards.

To claim these rewards you need a Twitch Prime account. If you are a member of Amazon Prime you are automatically a Twitch Prime member. To claim the rewards head over to the official Twitch Blizzard page here and log into your Twitch Prime account. Once logged in a button prompt will ask you to link your Blizzard Battle.net account. Agree to the conditions and the loot will be sent to your Battle.net account.

If you want to claim the rewards for PS4 or Xbox One click here to link your PSN or Xbox Live account to your Blizzard account. You can only claim the award once per Blizzard account, so remember to apply the reward to your main account.

Twitch Prime is Twitch's new premium membership subscription where for a monthly fee Twitch Prime member have access to additional features in Twitch like chat rooms. Twitch Prime members also get free monthly games and other rewards including loot for games like Fortnite, PUBG, and Overwatch.

Overwatch's newest hero Wrecking Ball is now live across all platforms. The new tank class character is a super smart hamster that can roll around the map in a mechanized wrecking ball suit. For more on Overwatch, check out our Overwatch guide for hero tips and guides.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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