How to connect your YouTube and Twitch account to
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Oftentimes streaming services like YouTube and Twitch have drops for Activision Blizzard, meaning you can get various in-game prizes for watching certain streamers. But to get access to these prizes, you need to connect your accounts to your account. Luckily, both services have a quick setup to connect those accounts for loot in games like Overwatch 2. Here’s how!

How to connect your YouTube account to

To start, let’s go with how to connect YouTube to The first step is to go to YouTube and after clicking on your account at the top right, go to the Settings bar.

YouTube settings
The location of the settings on YouTube. | Provided by Michael Czar.

Then, on the left, click on the Connected Apps bar. It should open up and show all the possible services you can connect your YouTube account to, and one of them will be One thing to keep in mind is that you can technically have multiple YouTube channels on one email address, and you can only connect apps to YouTube on your main channel.

After clicking Connect, simply go through the process on the tab that opens on your browser of choice and you will have your two accounts connected.

How to connect your Twitch account

For the popular streaming website Twitch, the process is very similar. However, you need to do it from the side. To start, go to your account page.

Connections Twitch
The connections tab in settings. | Provided by Michael Czar.

On that page, then go to the Connections tab. There will be an option for Twitch. After clicking on it, follow the instructions to connect the two accounts together.

For Call of Duty fans, keep in mind that drops from YouTube and Twitch revolve around your Call of Duty account, not your account. So, make sure to connect those accounts together if you want to get Call of Duty drops.

Polish-Canadian game enthusiast. I've been entrenched in gaming for as long as I can remember, with my first game being Pokemon Yellow and my most played games being Borderlands 2 and Overwatch. I have a degree in Film Studies, but writing about esports just makes my job all the better.