Now after its success during the last few years, and with LoL Esports scene growing strong, both companies have announced a new long-term deal that will not only turn Prime Gaming into a global sponsor for Riot Games’ Esports, but also offer bigger and better rewards for all of Riot’s titles.
League of Legends x Prime Gaming rewards
As for League of Legends, players can now collect the Prime Gaming Capsule, which includes 650 Riot Points, an unknown 1350 RP skin, five Champion Shards Permanent, 200 Orange Essence, two sets of Series 1 Eternals, and a 30-day XP boost.
Also, League of Legends World Championship viewers can collect a custom esports emote, with more exclusive esports emotes available during 2022 League of Legends esports global events.
“We’ve been working with Riot for a while now, but this collaboration raises the value bar for customers to ensure Riot’s games are even better with Amazon Prime,” said Larry Plotnick, GM of Prime Gaming.
How to claim rewards for League of Legends with Prime Gaming
Each month, all players who link their Riot accounts with an Amazon Prime subscription will have the chance to get all of these rewards.
The price for a subscription is .99 / €7.99 per month, but if you've never subscribed before, you can try a 7-day free trial and claim rewards for free!
Here is step by step what you need to do:
- Go to Prime Gaming and click on "Try Free".
- Link your Amazon Prime membership to your Twitch account if you haven't already.
- Link your Riot account and Prime Gaming account through the Connections dashboard of your Twitch account settings.
- Once you have all done, go to the League of Legends rewards page and click on “Claim” underneath the capsule.
- Launch or restart League of Legends and your rewards will be ready to collect.
Wild Rift will also be part of this program from 18th November, while both VALORANT and Legends of Runeterra players will be able to collect bigger rewards, following the conclusion of the current series in January 2022.
“Our fans are extremely passionate about their esports, and we’re constantly looking for opportunities to improve our broadcasts and reward their fandom,” added John Needham, Riot Games Global Head of Esports.
Also, remember you can cancel your Amazon Prime subscription within seven days if you don't want to keep subscribing, and don't forget to grab all loot available for other games as well, including rewards for Free Fire, Genshin Impact, Apex Legends, and more.
Don’t forget to check out our League of Legends dedicated section for more news, guides, updates, and esports coverage.
Featured image courtesy of Riot Games.