How to get unlimited free Riot Points for LoL with Microsoft

By Nicholas James

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Mar 22, 2022

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League of Legends has announced a way to earn unlimited Riot Points with Microsoft Rewards.

League of Legends has been expanding ways for fans to obtain more cosmetic and exclusive rewards without having to pull out their wallets. Some options, like in-game chests and capsules, can be collected by just playing the game. Others, like Twitch’s Prime Gaming rewards, offer free rewards with a third-party subscription or service. This latest venture means potentially unlimited Riot Points for fans through Microsoft Rewards.

How to get free Riot Points with Microsoft Rewards

The new program was announced on Twitter by the official League of Legends account. Despite the seemingly too-good-to-be-true offer, it genuinely does allow League of Legends fans to claim theoretically unlimited Riot Points thanks to Microsoft by just click through some Bing searches and bumping some numbers on Microsoft’s end to claim.

The program has two options, one for 100 Riot Points and the other for 650 Riot Points. These can be redeemed by signing into, or creating, your Microsoft account. From there, a variety of activities will be presented in the “Earn” tab, each of them granting you points that go towards your Riot Points Gift Card. The 100 Riot Point option costs 1,000 Microsoft Rewards points, while the 650 Riot Point option costs 6,500 Microsoft Rewards points. There are a limited number of activities, but they refresh themselves daily.

From that point onwards, players can do is sign in and participate in the eligible activities in order to earn points. Once you have enough points to purchase a Riot Points gift card from the Microsoft Rewards “Redeem” tab, you can choose the option you want and inject your League of Legends account with some currency to spend on skins and other in-game items and features.

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