Bud Light partners with 'Arcane' to release exclusive bottle
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Bud Light is partnering with Netflix’s hit League of Legends animated series “Arcane” to release limited edition fan packages that include a Bud Light bottle, glassware and merchandise.

Ahead of “Arcane’s” finale, which will release at 3 a.m. ET on Nov. 20, Bud Light is giving away 30 limited edition kits through the company’s Twitter account. Fans can enter for a chance to win one of the 30 kits by following Bud Light Gaming on YouTube and using the corresponding hashtags.

“To celebrate the final episode of @arcaneshow we’re giving away exclusive kits straight from The Last Drop, including a limited-edition bottle and stein,” said Bud Light on Twitter.

This new Bud Light bottle follows the theme of The Last Drop tavern, from “Arcane,” located in the undercity of Piltover. The Last Drop is run by Vander, who takes care of Powder and Vi in the early episodes of Arcane. Throughout the first three episodes, The Last Drop is the hotspot for conflicts between the undercity and the enforcers from Piltover. It also serves as a home for the main characters of the show.

Bud Light furthers its connection in gaming

Bud Light has become a staple in the gaming community after partnering with several esports organizations as their official adult beverage sponsor. Additionally, Bud Light sponsored an exclusive launch party for “Arcane,” where some of the show’s cast — including Hailee Steinfeld, Kevin Alejandro and Jason Spisak — came together with fans to celebrate “Arcane’s” official release.

It was at this launch party that the limited edition bottles with The Last Drop skin were showcased. The Bud Light kit was also revealed by popular streamer Timothy “TimTheTatman” Betar on Twitter. TimTheTatman is also sponsored by Bud Light and was the first to showcase the “Arcane” beer glass as well as the exclusive box.

“Shout-out to Bud Light for continuing to do dope stuff in gaming,” tweeted TimTheTatman.

Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.
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