Twitch announced a week of League of Legends featured content on the streaming platform as they are both preparing for the arrival of Clash.To top it off, Twitch will be handing out Clash Tickets as Twitch Drops during the Streamer Showdown.
Clash has had a rough development cycle, especially for something that is just a part of a game and not a game itself. For those unacquainted, it is the tournament mode where anyone who has tickets and five players can enter. The next round of Clash is happening on 22 and 23 February 2020.
In order to get the tickets, summoners would usually have to spend Riot Points or Blue Essence but in case you like watching League of Legends tournaments on Twitch as well, you are in luck.
Those who tune in to Twitch Rivals Streamer Showdown which is running from 18 to 20 February 2020 will have an opportunity to win some Clash tickets through Twitch Drops. You can check out the live stream on the official Twitch Rivals channel . Keep in mind that you should link your League of Legends and Twitch accounts in order for the drops to find their way to your inventory.
If you are not familiar with what the Twitch Rivals tournament usually offers, besides watching some of the most popular streamers duking it out, you might want to enjoy Box Box's plays as he styles on enemies or El Truco himself as he backdoors the helpless opponents' bases.
To help you out with relevant data, Twitch is going to have the Live Tracker Extension on 20 February 2020. It will allow observers to see champion builds, summoner stats, match history and more info on any streamer channels that enable it.