Changes to Twitch Drops and Trial on January 15th

Anyone who regularly tunes in to the official streams of The Elder Scrolls Online community team has certainly already picked up one or two Twitch drops. However, those responsible at Twitch are changing how you can earn and receive the in-game goodies in the future. On the official TESO website the Zenimax managers have summarized all the important information about the new Twitch drop award.


As Twitch is changing how you can earn and receive Drops, there are also some changes that you need to consider in order to receive Drops in the future when watching ESO Streams with Drops enabled.

First of all, you have to continue Link your ESO account to your Twitch account. Nothing has changed here:

  1. Log into your ESOAccount.
  2. Click on "Connected Accounts" in the menu on the left.
  3. Click on "Connect Twitch Account".
  4. A Twitch window will open.
    • If you are already logged in to Twitch, you must agree that Elder Scrolls Online can access your Twitch account.
    • If you are not logged in, you will be asked to log in first.
  5. Click "Authorize" to link your ESO account to your Twitch account.

Once your accounts are linked, there are a few more things to keep in mind to ensure that you receive your bonuses:

  • If drops are available on a stream, you will receive a notification notifying you of this. You will also find an associated tag on the stream page.
  • According to the rules set by Twitch, you must watch a stream with drops for a total of at least 15 minutes.
  • You get guaranteed a drop once you've reached the required 15 minutes.
  • As soon as this is done, you will receive a notification in the chat that you have to chooseto get the drop.
    • Alternatively, you can redeem the drop here: Inventory area on Twitch
    • Please note: if you are watching from the consoles, you will need to switch to a PC or mobile device and go to the page to claim your rewards.
    • Important: In some cases, you may only have a limited amount of time to claim your drop, so grab your chance as soon as you see the notification.
  • If you have claimed a drop, it will appear in your account and you will receive it in the game as usual.

Drops for The Elder Scrolls Online can contain Crown Ouroboros Chests, which contain a random selection of consumables, such as Crown Poisons, Mime Stones, Riding Lessons, or Scrolls of Experience. There is also the extremely rare chance of receiving an exclusive Senche of Scarlet Regret mount or a Senche Cub of Scarlet Regret companion.






With TESO's Twitch Drops you can secure an exclusive Senche of Scarlet Regret as a mount or a Senche Cub of Scarlet Regret as a companion, among other things.



With the Twitch Drops from TESO you can secure an exclusive Senche of Scarlet Regret as a mount or a Senche Cub of Scarlet Regret as a companion.

Source: Zenimax





During special events or streams there may also be other rewards than Drop!

That's it! Make sure your accounts are connected, watch a stream and then claim your drops – it's easy. Keep an eye on our Twitch Drops schedule, which you can find below on ours Streamer page to receive Twitch Drops when they are available and of course keep an eye out for any news elderscrollsonline.com.


By the way, today, January 15th, there will be a test run for the new Twitch Drops, where you are sure to get a drop if you watch one of the participating streams for 15 minutes. The test run starts at 4 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m. You can find more details on the Streamer overview page from TESO.

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