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To celebrate the release of “Shooting Star,” Overwatch‘s latest animated short, Blizzard is running a new promotion where players can unlock a bunch of special goodies, all centered around D.Va.

In her backstory, D.Va is a famous competitive gamer and streamer turned soldier. It makes sense, then, that the new D.Va’s Nano Cola Challenge asks for players to both tune into streams and prove their worth in Overwatch itself.

To unlock the new sets of D.Va sprays, players must link their Blizzard accounts to their Twitch accounts (a step that’s probably already done if you’ve ever claimed any free loot boxes from Twitch programs). If you watch certain participating streams—listed on Blizzard’s page—you’ll unlock new sets of sprays at two, four, six, and eight hours watched.

The bigger prize waits for anyone who can manage to win their fair share of games in Overwatch. The task is simple, but it’s timed. Before September 10th, players need to win three games in either Arcade, Competitive, or Quick Play mode to unlock an additional set of D.Va sprays. Win six games, and you’ll unlock an icon. Win nine games total, and you’ll unlock the prize everyone is really after—a brand new D.Va skin, in the bright green, pink, blue, and black colors of D.Va’s sponsored cola brand.

All of these challenges must be completed before September 10th. It shouldn’t take too much work to achieve them all, but the time gating means that these sprays, the icon, and the skin won’t be available forever, so if you’ll want to jump on the challenge if you’re a big fan of D.Va.

The full details of the challenge can be found over on Blizzard’s site.

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Source: Blizzard


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Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM

Overwatch event gives freebies for winning games and watching streams

If you're a big fan of D.Va, you won't want to miss Overwatch's latest set of digital goodies.

By Emma Schaefer | 08/29/2018 01:00 PM PT

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To celebrate the release of “Shooting Star,” Overwatch‘s latest animated short, Blizzard is running a new promotion where players can unlock a bunch of special goodies, all centered around D.Va.

In her backstory, D.Va is a famous competitive gamer and streamer turned soldier. It makes sense, then, that the new D.Va’s Nano Cola Challenge asks for players to both tune into streams and prove their worth in Overwatch itself.

To unlock the new sets of D.Va sprays, players must link their Blizzard accounts to their Twitch accounts (a step that’s probably already done if you’ve ever claimed any free loot boxes from Twitch programs). If you watch certain participating streams—listed on Blizzard’s page—you’ll unlock new sets of sprays at two, four, six, and eight hours watched.

The bigger prize waits for anyone who can manage to win their fair share of games in Overwatch. The task is simple, but it’s timed. Before September 10th, players need to win three games in either Arcade, Competitive, or Quick Play mode to unlock an additional set of D.Va sprays. Win six games, and you’ll unlock an icon. Win nine games total, and you’ll unlock the prize everyone is really after—a brand new D.Va skin, in the bright green, pink, blue, and black colors of D.Va’s sponsored cola brand.

All of these challenges must be completed before September 10th. It shouldn’t take too much work to achieve them all, but the time gating means that these sprays, the icon, and the skin won’t be available forever, so if you’ll want to jump on the challenge if you’re a big fan of D.Va.

The full details of the challenge can be found over on Blizzard’s site.

Read More

Source: Blizzard



About Emma Schaefer

view all posts

Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM