Valorant’s year-long esports circuit, the Valorant Champions Tour, is finally wrapping up and Riot Games has rolled out exclusive merch and goodies for dedicated fans. This includes a free VCT Twitch drop spray, gun buddy, and player card.
Riot Games has been throwing free items at players lately between the 2021 League of Legends World Championship and the RiotX Arcane event to celebrate the premiere of the animated series. That’s not all players have to look forward to, however.
The VCT is going to be dropping a free gun buddy for viewers as well. Here’s how to get the free VCT Twitch drops and what you can look forward to.
How to get VCT spray and gun buddy Twitch drops
Riot Games also has something for those who want to partake in in-game events without spending big bucks. Two VCT Twitch drops are coming containing a spray and gun buddy, which can be obtained for free. Players can get their hands on exclusive items by supporting Valorant streams during the tournament. Here’s how:
- Connect your VALORANT account with YouTube, Twitch, AfreecaTV, or Trovo to be eligible to receive in-game rewards
- Watch matches during the Champions broadcast and Watch Parties on Twitch and Trovo.
- Fans will be eligible to receive the VCT spray from December 1-11 just by watching.
- The VCT Gun Buddy will be an exclusive drop during the finals starting at 9 AM PT on December 12.
The Player card for VCT is free for all. All active VALORANT accounts will be granted the Champions 2021 player card to commemorate the first Champions event.
VCT Champions kicks off on December 1.
VCT 2021 to get exclusive line of merch
Valorant’s first-ever esports circuit has been condensed down to the 16 best teams across the world who’ll fight tooth and nail to lift the Champions trophy. The developer is commemorating the historic tournament with in-game events, items, merchandise, and goodies. The exclusive items won’t return once the event wraps up on December 12.
Riot Games revealed merchandise on November 30 featuring a VCT theme. The limited collection labeled “Art of Greatness” features hoodies and hats with the VCT logo at the center. The apparel includes items ranging from $30 to $85, which is pricy even within the realm of esports merch. Interested fans ought to pounce however, since this will not be getting a second run.
The developer has also introduced other goodies for those who can’t afford the tempting merch and want to buy virtual items.
The Champions bundle is a tournament-exclusive skin line and comes only at 6,264 Valorant points. Players get a sleek, mini karambit that has a unique equipped animation. The Vandal summons a massive Brimstone atop a map as kill animation, making it one of the best primary weapon skins so far. Along with these two weapons, players get VCT-exclusive cards in the bundle.