League of Legends is giving away free skins with Twitch Prime
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Riot Games and Twitch have partnered up once again to give League of Legends players more free in-game items. Players with a Twitch Prime account can unlock a free permanent Mystery Skin. The skin tokens could include a wide range of rare and no longer available skins from League‘s extensive history. They can include anything from legendary to legacy skins, giving players a wide range of skins to acquire.

Throughout March, players will have the opportunity to obtain up to three permanent skins from Twitch Prime. Twitch did not say when the other two tokens will become available, so players should make sure to check in periodically.

I was able to redeem a token for a Freljord Ashe skin, a legacy item that is no longer available to purchase. Not too bad overall!

League of Legends Twitch Prime Token

How to get redeem your token

In order to claim your free permanent skin, you must have your Riot Account linked to Twitch Prime. Once the two accounts are linked, you can claim your token from the Twitch Prime page. With your token claimed, navigate to the loot tab in the League of Legends client, and you’ll find the token in your materials section.

Unfortunately, this reward is not available for users who play on Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore/Malaysia, and Taiwan servers, along with all servers in China.

How to get Twitch Prime

If you don’t already have a Twitch Prime account, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial. For users who are already an Amazon Prime member, you already have Twitch Prime included in your subscription. All you have to do is sign in and link your Twitch account with your Amazon Prime account.

How did you do on your free skin token? Let us know in the comments below if you got anything better than my Freljord Ashe skin. And for all your League of Legends news, updates, and more, make sure to follow Daily Esports.

Ryan Hay is a writer and content creator currently living in New York. Video games, anime, and Magic: The Gathering have all been strong passions in his life and being able to share those passions with others is his motivation for writing. You can find him on Twitter where he complains about losing on MTG Arena a lot.