The League of Legends World Championship is the biggest esports event of the year and with each Worlds, we also get some free rewards from Riot just for watching the event. So, let's go over the LoL Worlds Watch Rewards.
Are you ready for the 2022 League of Legends World Championship? The action is set to kick off on September 29, 2022 – or, if you're living in Europe, then you can expect the action to kick off late September 28 already. The first game of the League of Legends World Championship will pin the LEC's MAD Lions against the first seeded LLA representative ISURUS.
What you need to know when the games kick off is that you can also get some free loot from Riot. This isn't anything new, since we usually get watch drops and rewards, so let's quickly go over the key information of what you can get and how you can get it all.
What Watch Drops and Rewards Are There?
You're going to watch the League of Legends World Championship, right? So why not earn some watch rewards while you're at it, right? Seriously, all you need to do to earn some rewards is watch the World Championship.
So, what can you even get for your watch rewards? Riot sadly hasn't revealed the official rewards yet, but we can go by the previous years and estimate what we could receive in 2022 as well just for watching the League of Legends World Championship.
- 1 Game Watched: 500 Blue Essence
- 10 more Games Watched: Esports Capsule
- 25 more Games Watched: Esports Capsule + Worlds Rewards Capsule
- Worlds Finals:Esports Capsule + Worlds Rewards Capsule
Now, Stream drops, or watch drops, were also included in previous years wherein the action of the games themselves dictate what you, as the viewer can receive. Depending on the situations, you'll be able to earn random drops by merely watching the action live.
These are the stream drops you could earn in previous years and for what, but to be honest, we don't think these will change in 2022, so we're pretty sure the ones from last year are still pretty accurate.
- Pentakill: Drop is guaranteed to occur
- Stolen objective: A drop might occur but isn’t guaranteed
- Multi-kill: A drop might occur but isn’t guaranteed
So your favorite ADC and jungler better prepare for those epic steals and multi-kill streaks, so you can earn some free rewards, right? Which player do you think will be the one to steal the most objectives these Worlds? Make sure to update your LoL Worlds Pick'Em accordingly!
How to Earn Watch Rewards and Stream Drops
So you don't need to be a scientist to understand how to do this part. You've probably done it at MSI 2022 and at the previous World Championship. All you need to do is go onto the official lolesports website, then log into your Riot account in the top right corner.
You're going to have to watch the League of Legends World Championship on the official website, but you can choose which source you want to use to watch the event, whether that is YouTube, Twitch or even another language stream like the Korean one on AfreecaTV. So, enjoy your free loot and may the best team win Worlds – T1 화이팅.