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You all know those fans. The ones covered in face paint who cheer louder than the rest. Who bleed their team colors and want everyone to know it. Fandom is an awesome thing, and we can’t think of any reason why showing your colors should be limited to IRL events.
When Overwatch League Season 1 began, we promised to reward viewers who catch all the action on Twitch. Now that Stage 2 is kicking off, it’s the perfect time to reveal just how that works.
Get League Tokens: Collect League Tokens just for being in the (virtual) stands. All you have to do is connect your Blizzard Battle.net and Twitch accounts, which you can do super easily right here. You’ll get one League Token at the end of every live map finish¹. And some lucky viewers will get 100 tokens for every final map they watch per match — enough to get your favorite Overwatch League team skin in the game.²
Unlock Twitch Emotes & In-Game Skins: In any Overwatch League game, Cheer with Bits to show off your fandom, hype up your favorite teams, and unlock exclusive loot. Here’s how it all works.
Collecting these Hero emotes also starts you down the road to unlock 2 in-game skins. Collect 13 Hero emotes and unlock the Mercy skin; collect all 26 Hero emotes and you’ll unlock the Genji skin!
Checking out all those gold team emotes in chat and wondering where they’re from? You can get those and much more with the Overwatch League All-Access Pass on Twitch.
All-Access Pass: your ticket to the best of the Overwatch League. unlock early access to 15 in-game skins and sprays, global emotes and chat badges to rep in Twitch chat, and insider access to pro players and teams. Click here to learn more!
The inaugural season of the Overwatch League is underway at /OverwatchLeague, and Stage 2 begins today! Don’t forget to link your accounts before tuning in so you can start Cheering and earning League Tokens today!
What do I need to do to earn League Tokens while watching Overwatch League on Twitch?
Where are my League Tokens / Skins / Twitch Emotes from Cheering?
Do I get to keep the Twitch emotes I unlock through cheering after the event / season ends?
How do I connect my Twitch account to my Blizzard Battle.net account?
Where can I keep track of the Bits Cheered and items unlocked during the event?
Will the regional Twitch Channels of Overwatch League support this program?
Can I use the regular Cheer command (e.g. cheer100) on the Overwatch League Channels?
Do the teams receive any financial support from Bits cheered on Overwatch League?
¹ At this time, after map single token awards are available only in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom and United States; one hundred (100) token viewership awards are available only in Argentina, Canada, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom and United States. 100 League Tokens are needed to buy one Skin. Tokens expire December 31, 2018 if not redeemed into the Overwatch game and will not be replaced.
² NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open February 21, 2018 to August 12, 2018 to legal residents of Argentina, Canada, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom and United States 13 years of age or older. One entry per Blizzard account. The number of free home-team skins awarded per match determined as follows: 2*SQRT(N), where “N” equals the number of eligible participants (value $0). Odds of winning free skin depend on number of eligible entries received. Prize expires December 31, 2018 if not redeemed into the Overwatch game and will not be replaced. Overwatch game license is required to redeem prize in the Overwatch game. Blizzard account required. Platform account may be required. For complete rules, see here.