Here’s how to get drops from LoL Worlds 2022

Melany Moncada • October 5, 2022 4:56 pm

League of Legends and luxury brand Tiffany & Co. have partnered up to Worlds 2022 drops, and here’s how to get them.

The teams on stage aren’t the only ones winning prizes at Worlds 2022. This year, the reward system is bigger and better, allowing fans at home to get exclusive items just by watching the event.

Tiffany & Co. is the most recent Riot Games partner and the company responsible for the new Summoner’s Cup design. The partnership has extended to the LoL Esports drops with a line of exclusive Tiffany & Co. themed Crystal Rose chromas and a Worlds trophy ward. The chromas feature Swain, Zyra, and Akshan.

Viewers can also earn Worlds-exclusive icons, emotes, Esports Capsules, Hextech Chests, and keys. The new system guarantees that viewers will never get duplicates, so each drop brings a new item.

How to get drops from LoL Worlds 2022

To secure Worlds Drops, fans must log into lolesports.com with their Riot Games account, regardless of the region, and watch the official broadcast. A green checkmark will show on the screen to signify that the player is ready to receive drops.

The drop loot can happen when there is a pentakill, between games, when a highlight play takes place, and many other moments. One drop is guaranteed before the first game of every stage of the tournament. Players must watch for at least five minutes to get Worlds drops. All the drops earned during the broadcast will show on the rewards tab.

If you’re not sure how to claim Worlds drops, don’t worry. All rewards are added automatically to the game, no further actions required.

All content is non-transferable, and some rare items will have limited drops that only the luckiest will receive.

Worlds 2022 main stage starts on October 7, 2022 with the opening match between Cloud9 and Fnatic.

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