How to Claim Overwatch League Drops for Overwatch 2

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Overwatch 2 has brought new interest in Overwatch League, and with that comes a whole new reason to watch the playoffs and grand finals. With players now able to earn some in-game rewards for watching the Overwatch League, you might be wondering about how actually to obtain the items. Well, here is how to claim Overwatch League drops for Overwatch 2.

How to Claim Overwatch League Drops for Overwatch 2

If you’re looking to claim all of your new fancy cosmetic items for watching the Overwatch League broadcasts, you’ll need to link your and YouTube accounts. You can do that by going to YouTube, clicking on the settings option, then navigating to the “Connected Apps” tab. From here, click “connect” on the Battle.Net section and log into your account. This will then link the two.

Related: How to Get League Tokens in Overwatch 2

Now, in any Overwatch League broadcast you watch, you’ll be able to earn Overwatch League Tokens and whatever other cosmetics they are offering. All rewards will automatically be added to your account after watching.

The Overwatch League playoffs and Grand Finals run from October 30 to November 4, 2022. Be sure to tune in and obtain all of the rewards for watching.

Here is what you can earn:

  • Earn tokens for enjoying matches
  • Earn Overwatch League home & away skins for all heroes, including the 3 newest Overwatch 2 Heroes: SojournJunker Queen, and Kiriko
  • Earn exciting, one-of-a-kind community-designed cosmetics including, sprays, name cards, and player icons

That’s everything you need to know about how to claim your Overwatch League drops in Overwatch 2. It may take up to 48 hours for you to receive your rewards after watching, but keep checking. We have plenty of other Overwatch 2 coverage for you to check out, such as how to get the Health Pack weapon charm.

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