(Live Now) Announcement Stream Twitch Drops Didn’t Work, But You Can Earn Two More Packs On November 3 & 4

Update: Twitch drops are live now for the next ~30 hours.

Today’s announcement stream for March of the Lich King expansion was supposed to have Twitch drops active – viewers would get one Castle Nathria pack for watching it for 15 minutes. However, it looks like something went wrong and the drops didn’t activate.

To make up for that, Blizzard is making category-wide Twitch drops between November 3 at 9 AM PT (17:00 CET) and November 4 at 6 PM PT (02:00 CET on November 5). Watch any Hearthstone Twitch channel during that time to earn packs – 2 hours for one Castle Nathria pack and 2 more hours (4 in total) for one March of the Lich King pack.

It’s still not a perfect solution, because while you can get an extra pack (and from a new expansion at that), you have to commit a few more hours during a relatively short time frame. At least if you were going to watch some Hearthstone streams anyway, you’ll get some an extra pack!

Hey all,

Thanks for joining us for today’s announcements! We hope you enjoyed the show and the first look at our next expansion, March of the Lich King!

As some of you know, there was an issue with the Twitch Drops that were planned for today’s stream. To make up for that, we’re implementing category-wide Twitch Drops from November 3 at 9am (PT) to November 4 at 6 pm (PT)! Watch for a total of 2 hours to get a free Murder at Castle Nathria Pack; watch for 2 more hours (4 hours total) and you’ll get a free March of the Lich King pack!*

Because these are category-wide Twitch Drops, they can be earned by watching any channel in the Hearthstone category. Just make sure you link your BattleNet and Twitch accounts so that you’re eligible to receive drops.

For those of you who missed the broadcast, you can watch the VoD here.

*March of the Lich King packs will be openable once the expansion launches in December.



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