Riot Games made plenty of Twitch streamers happy when the developer recently revealed that it was now allowing any streamer on the platform to enable drops on their streams to provide viewers with a chance to get access to the Valorant closed beta. Now, Valorant streamers of any size will be able to enable drops for their streams of the first-person shooter. Viewers can watch any content creator in the game's directory and still have a chance of getting into the closed beta if they have not already gotten access.
Fortunately, we have everything you need to know if you are a Twitch streamer and would like to enable drops for your Valorant stream.
How to Enable Twitch Drops for Valorant
The process for enabling this feature is not a difficult one and can be done in a couple of minutes. Those interested will need to go to their console for the streaming platform. Streamers will then need to click on the drops section, create a campaign, and then click enable campaign. This process will then notify viewers of your Twitch stream that drops for access to the Valorant closed beta are now available when they tune into your broadcast. This notification will be in the form of a bright green notification under the title of your stream.
Do you want to learn more about Valorant besides how to enable drops for your Twitch stream? If so, be sure to check out our dedicated hub for the high-profile game or three of our most recent pieces of coverage below:
There is still a considerable amount of players who have not yet been able to get access to the tactical shooter's closed beta. Turning this feature on will no doubt increase your chances of drawing in viewers which can then, in turn, lead to them becoming fans of yours and making return visits to your stream in the future. This is one opportunity streamers who are interested in the game and have closed beta access themselves should take advantage of, as it could be the kick start needed for smaller content creators to begin some impressive growth for the foreseeable future.