Overwatch League Token Drops are back for 2020 season

Blizzard and the Overwatch League have announced for the remainder of the 2020 Season, fans can earn Overwatch League Tokens by watching live matches. A total of five tokens can be earned per hour and viewing time is continuously tracked, making it easy to earn across multiple viewing sessions.

Earning Overwatch League Tokens can only be done by watching live matches on the offical website or via the iOS and Android apps.

Earned Tokens can be used on all platforms Overwatch is available on; PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One.

Overwatch League Tokens

Blizzard has stated;

To earn and redeem League Tokens, follow the instructions below for supported platforms:

  1. Create or log in to your Blizzard account on overwatchleague.com or in the Overwatch League app.
  2. View a live stream of a match during the promotion period.

To redeem League Tokens for in-game items, viewers must have a valid Overwatch game license. Xbox One and PS4 system players must have their Xbox Live or PlayStation Network account linked to their Battle.net account. Follow these steps to do so.

Overwatch League recently completed its May Melee with San Franciso Shock taking first place.

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