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Overwatch Ashe's Deadlock Challenge: How to get free sprays, icon, and Epic skin

A new event is taking place in Blizzard's FPS, with free goodies to claim for those that play and watch Overwatch on Twitch.
Blizzard finally gave Overwatch crossplay, something fans have been clamoring for years, and on top of that, the recent 22nd June update brought Ashe's Deadlock Challenge, a new event in which players can earn plenty of cosmetic goodies for free, including an Epic skin for the titular character.

Whether it's by playing the game yourself or watching streamers on Twitch, Overwatch fans can be rewarded in plenty of ways for as long as the event is happening.

With all that said, let's take a look at everything you need to about Ashe's Deadlock Challenge.

Ashe's Deadlock Challenge - Schedule

Ashe deadlock challenge(Picture: Blizzard)

The event is now live and will run all the way through 5th July. There are a total of seven sprays, one icon, and one Epic skin up for grabs.

Ashe's Deadlock Challenge - In-game rewards

The following rewards are obtainable via playing games in any mode available (Quickplay, Arcade, or Competitive). Winning a match counts as double the progress.

ashe deadlock rewards(Picture: Blizzard)

Ashe's Deadlock Challenge - Twitch drops 

The following rewards are available for accumulating anywhere from two to six hours of official partnered streamers playing Overwatch during the event.

ashe_deadlock rewards(Picture: Blizzard)

How to get Twitch drops

  • 1. Log in to your Twitch account and go to your Twitch connections page.
  • 2. Click Connect next to Blizzard Battle.net and follow the instructions.
  • 3. Watch participating streamers to earn sprays!

Keep in mind Twitch changed the way Drops work now. Here are all the changes:

  • You’ll now be able to see your watch time progress towards any given drop.
  • You will no longer receive drop rewards automatically. You must instead claim the drop on the channel you’re watching or in the Drops Inventory menu on Twitch within the first 24 hours of earning it.
  • You will need to claim your first Twitch Drop reward BEFORE you can earn progress towards the second and will need to claim the second Twitch Drop before you can earn progress towards the third.
  • Twitch users can now earn rewards before linking their Battle.net account to Twitch. Rewards will expire 7 days after they’ve been claimed if a Battle.net account has not been linked.