Who doesn’t like free skins or icons in their games, especially when we are talking about the popular MOBA League of Legends? Then, there is some good news for Twitch Prime users that play League of Legends!
Starting with April 3 and until May 14, Twitch Prime users can unlock free loot that will come in the form of a Summoner’s Crown Capsule. The Capsule contains a random champion skin, ward skin, and summoner icon. This is not the first time Twitch Prime has offered such loot, as they mentioned in their Twitter post below:
We've had one, yes. But what about a second Summoner's Crown Capsule?
— Twitch Prime (@TwitchPrime) April 3, 2019
How To Claim The Summoner’s Crown Capsule?
You will have to follow a few steps to get your Summoner’s Crown Capsule. Link your Twitch and League of Legends accounts to get it:
- Go to the Twitch Prime account and check the loot page. You can find it at the top-left corner of the home screen – it’s the crown icon.
- Click on the “Learn More” button under the banner with League of Legends.
- Follow the steps to link your Twitch and League of Legends accounts – you will need to log into the accounts.
- In the League of Legends game client, you will see the Summoner’s Crown Capsule in the loot inventory.
That’s it, congrats for your free loot, and may it hold your favorite skins! You can also brag about your dropped items in the tweet from Twitch Prime and check out what others found.
No More Legendary Skin Shards in the Summoner’s Crown Capsule
The previous free loot was back in December when Twitch Prime users got a Legendary skin shard. Soon after that, the Twitch Prime loot has been lowered in value, and now players will not find any other Legendary skin shards in the capsule.
Do not forget to claim that new Summoner’s Crown Capsule before May 14!
Joe Peterson was born and raised in San Francisco. He has contributed to Discovery Magazine, Cottage Country Magazine and Tech Insider. As a journalist for Swerd Media, Joe mostly covers national news. Aside from earning a living as a freelance journalist, Joe also spends much of his time training for ultra running.