Drops have returned for League of Legends Season 2023
Esports League of Legends Season 2023 began a while ago. All of the main leagues, including the LEC, LPL, LCK, and LCS, are in the midst of their first split of the year. Some drops will be handed out for watching games when the new esports year begins.
Drops are free rewards offered to fans in exchange for watching esports games. As a result, Riot has chosen to share some updates on drops in 2023.
Drops can be bonuses such as special emotes and icons won for certain events that occur throughout the broadcast. Although you may not receive drops for several days or receive several ones in a day because everything is random and can happen at any time. As a result, drops will be distributed at random and will have a higher probability in scenarios such as:
- Stolen Objectives
- Other Moments
How to receive LoL Esports Drops?
You must accomplish the following to obtain drops.
- Visit LoLEsports.com
- Log in using a Riot ID linked to your League of Legends account
- On the LoL Esports website, you may watch live broadcasts
A green tick on the live broadcasts indicates whether or not drops are enabled and whether or not you will get them. The drops vary in rarity and may be accessible in varying quantities. It is perfectly typical for some players to receive drops while others do not. Furthermore, certain drops have several rarities, allowing players to get numerous drops at the same time.
When you receive a drop, you will be given a card with instructions on how to redeem it. In-game awards will be provided to your account within 24 hours, and if you win things, Riot Support will contact you within 30 days to arrange delivery. If you want to see if you received any drops, log in to your Riot ID and browse to the Rewards page to see if you did.
Most large regions, such as the LCS, should have drops activated by now. But to be sure, check the social media profiles of the various leagues. Drops are currently only available in Riot Regions.
More details may be found in the official LoL Esports post.