New LoL Prime Gaming rewards, sponsorships announced

By Nicholas James

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Oct 28, 2021

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Amazon’s Prime Gaming has announced some big steps forwards for League of Legends esports sponsorships, as well as more rewards for League of Legends players with Amazon Prime accounts. Riot Games and Prime Gaming seem to be in it for the long haul, announcing more upcoming rewards than ever before across all of Riot’s games.

Amazon’s upcoming rewards for November bring players lots of treats in the spirit of Halloween. The rewards for November are 650 RP, a 1,350 RP skin, Orange Essence, champion shards, Eternals shards, and a month-long XP boost. Sporting art for Arcane, it’s clear Riot is pulling out all the stops to make sure League of Legends’ November is packed with content and cosmetics aplenty.

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Along with the November rewards, Prime Gaming announced sweeping sponsorships for Valorant, League of Legends, and Wild Rift. Players will be able to reap Prime Gaming rewards in each of the aforementioned games, as well as Legends of Runeterra.

With Amazon becoming a global esports sponsor across Riot’s biggest title, the developer adds yet another high-profile sponsor to its roster of non-endemic sponsoring partners. The collaboration between the two on Prime Gaming rewards for League of Legends have been a smash hit, and it’s unsurprising that both sides would want to lean even further into the rewards system.

How to get LoL Prime Gaming rewards?

In order to unlock Prime Rewards, you have to link your Riot Games account to your Amazon Prime account. This can be done via this website. Once your accounts are connected, you can find the League of Legends rewards section on Prime Gaming’s site and claim your rewards. Monthly rewards generally include Riot Points, skins, and other cosmetics.

Once you’ve claimed your rewards, they’ll show up in your loot tab in the League of Legends client, where you can open the capsules.

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