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How to claim Twitch Drops in World of Warcraft (Dragonflight)

Earn goodies for watching WoW streamers.

World of Warcraft is often a popular game on Twitch, especially during expansion launches and raiding Race to World First competitions. Blizzard is now incentivizing fans to watch even more World of Warcraft streamers by offering Twitch drops in exchange for committing to a few hours of Twitch viewing. Here’s how to set up Twitch Drops for World of Warcraft, along with all the upcoming World of Warcraft Twitch Drops and when to watch them.

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How to link your account for World of Warcraft Twitch drops

In order to claim World of Warcraft Twitch drops, you must link your Battle.net account to Twitch. During the allotted time periods, complete the required objectives and your rewards should show up in the Twitch Drops inventory page. Simply claim them from there to receive the reward in-game.

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Twitch Drops

Blizzard is holding more Twitch drops this year in celebration of the Dragonflight expansion.

D.I.S.C.O. Toy

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World of Warcraft: Dragonflight has a Twitch drop taking place on March 21 from 10 AM PT to April 2 at 11:59 PM PT. Watching at least four hours of eligible World of Warcraft streamers during this period earned the D.I.S.C.O toy in the game.

Past World of Warcraft Twitch Drops

Past Twitch drops include:

Goblin Weather Machine toy

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World of Warcraft: Dragonflight had a Twitch drop take place on February 1 from 10 AM PT to February 5 11:59 PM PT. Watching at least four hours of eligible World of Warcraft streamers during this period earned the Goblin Weather Machine toy in the game.

Dragon Kite pet

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A previous World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Twitch Drop took place on November 15. Watching at least four hours of eligible World of Warcraft streamers during this period gave the Dragon Kite pet in-game.

Feldrake mount

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The second World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Twitch Drop took place on November 28. Watching at least four hours of eligible World of Warcraft streamers during this period rewarded the Feldrake mount in-game. This is a controversial reward as it was originally part of the TCG and hasn’t been available in quite some time.

Perpetual Purple Firework toy

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The third World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Twitch Drop took place on December 13. Watching at least two hours of eligible World of Warcraft streamers during this period rewarded the Perpetual Purple Firework toy in-game.

Related: The 10 best World of Warcraft: Dragonflight mods

Ichabod Harvest Golem pet

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Another World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Twitch Drop ran on November 28 until 11:59 PM PT on December 12. Gifting any eligible World of Warcraft streamer’s channel two Twitch subscriptions during this period rewarded the Ichabod Harvest Golem pet in-game.


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Michael Stoyanoff
Michael Stoyanoff is a Freelance Writer for Gamepur. He holds vast knowledge on Final Fantasy XIV and World of Warcraft among other MMO's. Bioware RPGs are also a passion. In his free time you can find him lounging with his pug or working on his fitness.