Twitch Prime members can now get a free MTG Arena Liliana deck
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Live streaming platform Twitch has announced the addition of new Magic: The Gathering Arena loot, available to fans with Twitch Prime subscriptions. The in-game cosmetic reward, which features a Liliana deck, is available to be redeemed in MTG Arena between Dec 3 and Feb 10, 2020.

Users with Twitch Prime or an Amazon Prime subscription can receive their code by logging in and navigating to the Twitch Loot menu in the top right section. They’ll then receive a 10-digit code that they can redeem in the MTG Arena client. Only one code may be redeemed per account.

Free Liliana MTG Arena deck

After redemption, the user will receive 1 Standard Legal Liliana’s Legion deck in their in-game library. The 60-card deck includes 1 Mythic Rare, 5 Rares, 11 Uncommons, 22 Commons, and 21 land cards. If someone owns four copies of the cards in the deck, it will also count toward the Vault and Duplicate Protection, which gives gems for extra mythic rares and rares.

The Common cards feature two copies of Faerie Duelist, four copies of Lazotep Reaver, three copies of Aven Eternal, two copies of Unexplained Vision, two copies of Winged Words, three copies of Murder, and two copies of Callous Dismissal. The Uncommon selection features two copies of Nightvale Predator, Gleaming Overseer, Spectral Sailor, and Foulmire Knight, along with three copies of Eternal Skylord. The Rares are made up of one copy each of Commence the Endgame, Dreadhorde Invasion, Enter the God-Eternals, Sphinx of Foresight, and Gravewaker.

Finally, the free MTG Arena deck features one Mythic Rare with the Liliana, Dreadhorde General card. There are also four copies of Dimir Guildgate, ten Island lands, and eleven Swamp land cards. Other Twitch Prime loot available includes in-game cosmetics for King of Fighters, Fortress M, PUBG Mobile, and much more.

Will you be taking advantage of Twitch Prime to get the Liliana deck? What other Twitch Prime loot have you scored in recent months? Let us know about your opinion, and keep up with Daily Esports for all of your MTG coverage.

Ethan Chen is a writer with over 3 years of experience covering esports, gaming, and business.