After a brief delay, Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) Twitch Drops are now available for viewers of the competition.
Epic Games began offering FNCS Twitch Drops back in Chapter 2 - Season 1. Fans of competitive Fortnite could both witness high-level gameplay and collect some in-game items as an added incentive. The developers experienced a delay in rolling out Twitch Drops this season, which admittedly sports one of the slickest color schemes of all time. Thankfully, Epic resolved those issues in time for the second of three FNCS Chapter 2 - Season 6 Qualifiers.
How to Claim Twitch Drops
Twitch Drops are back! Tune in to any supported channel this FNCS to receive Twitch Drops. Be sure to link your Epic and Twitch accounts within 14 days of claiming your Drop reward to be processed: https://t.co/zrYWqry2At pic.twitter.com/Lzw35lsXKf
— Fortnite Competitive (@FNCompetitive) April 30, 2021
The process remains unchanged from the last several FNCS competitions. Viewers looking to claim their back bling, loading screen, emote and spray can do so by following the steps below:
- Connect your Epic Games account to your Twitch account.
- Put on an official FNCS stream with “Drops Enabled” listed in the title and keep it unmuted.
- You should earn each Twitch Drop periodically.
Twitch Drops are live now and you can get the "Number One" backbling if you don't have it already, it has 4 different variants: Blue, Pink, Orange & Purple! pic.twitter.com/CgbGtIokTS
— HYPEX (@HYPEX) April 29, 2021
The first reward is a purple “Number One” back bling, which tends to be the most popular of the bunch. Each week will rotate different Twitch Drop offerings leading up to the FNCS Grand Finals. For a complete FNCS Viewing Guide, refer to our previous article, where we highlighted the competition dates and times.