Recently Twitch announced a new system to claim drops on Twitch streams. Previously, viewers simply had to link their accounts and watch an eligible stream to receive a drop. With the new system, you need to link your accounts, watch an eligible stream, and “claim” your drops. This new system adds features such as seeing which drop campaigns are running and the status of your drops. Since this system is brand there there have been a few glitches and some viewers have missed out on claiming their drops. We found and fix and we hope this help you receive your items.
Claiming Twitch drops for Elder Scrolls Online
Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) is currently one of the biggest streams for earning drops on Twitch. This is mainly due to the ESO Mid Year Madness event and launch stream for the new Blackwood expansion.
If you’ve been watching these streams, you might have earned some Twitch drops for ESO. Many viewers however have seen their drops claimed in their Twitch inventory but the items are not showing up in the game.
If you’ve been experiencing this and you can’t see your Ouroboros Crates or Viridescent Dragon Frog in your game, try the following:
- Go your Twitch Account.
- Head to “Settings” → “Connections.”
- Under The Elder Scrolls Online click “Disconnect.”
- Refresh the page.
- Click “Connect” under The Elder Scrolls Online.
- Log into ESO.
- All items will be added to collection/inventory.
We have only tested this so far on Elder Scrolls Online when the drops were already claimed.
Why the new system
One of the reasons for the new Twitch drops system is due to the fact viewers tried to claim drops by having multiple streams open. One of the classic examples of this was the Valorant watch streams. Viewers were able to watch and gain a beta key for Valorant.
The system however helps viewers in a unique way. You can easily track your drops progress, see which drops are available, and how to claim them. For more information on The Elder Scrolls Online drops, check out the ESO community website.