The popular Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drops event is back and will once again allow players to earn a variety of rare in-game rewards simply for watching streams of the game. The event will be running for a handful of days throughout the month of June and will feature a bunch of different streamers. Here’s everything you need to know about how to participate in the event.
How to Earn Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drops
The Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drops event will be running from June 11 to 20 and will allow players to earn rewards simply by watching specially designated streams. There are a handful of streamers that will be participating in the event each day, so be sure to check out the official website for a full list of participating streamers and links to their broadcasts.
To begin earning Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drops, players will need to own the game and have linked their game profile to their Twitch account. From there, players must simply watch Escape from Tarkov streams with the “Drops are enabled” text on the footage. It seems drops will be random and it’s currently unclear how long you’ll need to watch to receive your reward. However, it is important to note that you can switch between participating streamers and still be eligible for the drop. There will be around 30 participating streams every day of the event, so feel free to check out different channels.
This time around players won’t be able to sell their rewards on the market, as they won’t have the “found in raid” marker on them. In the previous Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drops event, players were able to sell their rewards via the in-game market for a nice chunk of change. While this is certainly going to be a bummer for those hoping to make a quick buck, you’ll still be earning a rare reward for free. To actually get your item, players will simply need to login to the game once they’ve received the Twitch Drop notice.
As we mentioned above, this is the second time there has been an Escape from Tarkov Twitch Drop event, with the first one hitting an impressive 200,000 concurrent viewers, which undoubtedly brought a lot of awareness to the title. So it should come as no surprise that Twitch Drops have returned. Be sure to hop online and claim your rewards while you can!
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