How to Link Warframe to Twitch
Nobody likes to miss out on free stuff. This goes especially for games that want free skins and other items for their favorite game. Well, one of the best ways to get free stuff for gamers is by claiming Twitch Prime loot. By learning how to link Warframe to Twitch you will get access to regular drops from Warframe’s streams on Twitch. If that sounds a little bit appealing, then read more below to find out all about how to set all of this up.
How to Link Your Warframe Account to Twitch
One of the best features of the Twitch platform is that it allows you to connect accounts with a wide variety of other platforms. This includes having the ability to link your Blizzard accounts to Twitch, connect with Steam, Youtube, and countless others. By doing so, you get a chance to claim a lot of free loot from regular drops from your favorite gaming streams.
So, how do you link Warframe to Twitch and get a front-row seat to all the action? It’s quite simple actually. However, you can’t do this directly from the Connections tab within Twitch like with other popular platforms. Instead, you have to first log in to your Warframe account on their website and perform the connection process from there.
- Step 1: Go to warframe.com/user and log in to the Warframe account that you want to connect with Twitch
- Step 2: Click on your username located at the upper-right corner of the site and go to “Account Management”
- Step 3: From there, click on “Link Account” in the Twitch section and complete the linking process by following the instructions from there. Don’t worry, there are only a few simple steps from there and you’re done.
NOTE: Keep in mind that you need to have access to Twitch Prime to be able to enjoy all of the perks that come with learning how to link your Warframe account to Twitch. However, even though you’re limited without Twitch Prime, you can still receive a lot of free goodies that will be hard to complain about.
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