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I have Amazon Prime and Twitch Prime, my Prime account is linked to my Riot account so I can receive Prime rewards in that account, the problem is that I have been banned permanently this Riot account and I want to unlink my Riot account (League of Legends) to link my secondary account and receive my Twitch Prime rewards there, How do I link another account or to unlink my Riot account from Twitch Prime? Please help, Thank you.
First go to your browser settings and delete or remove the saved accounts you have from the riot page then go to the prime gaming page and in the lol rewards at the bottom of the FAQ it says: “accidentally linked the wrong riot account” click on the link it gives you and put the new account you want to link to prime and that’s it, hopefully it will help someone.
Spoiler (Information highlighted to read) I don’t know if it helps you, but I had the same problem and I was trying for a long time, until I got it. First, go to your banned account, log in on the main page and under connections you will see the link to amazon prime and twitch. unlink them. Then go to amazon prime gaming and get into the legends of runeterra loot, there when you request the card, you will get the linked riot account and will give you the option to change it, there log in your new account and change it, then refresh the page and you will get linked to your new account, I do not know if it works with valorant but being an interconnected account in all games, changing any of riot should change the account in all of them. I ordered the valorant reward and already had my new account. I hope it helps. Regards
As most of you may know, this month’s twitch prime reward is one of those tft bugs. The truth is that I don’t usually play TFT and I was thinking of sharing the reward with a friend, and that’s where my question comes from. If my friend links his Riot account to my Amazon Prime account, next month can I link it back to my account to get upcoming rewards? Thanks in advance, summoners.
Hi, everything ok? Yes, if you link your twitch account to your friend’s account, it is possible to get the “bug”. I guess it works like valorant drops. One twitch account for my 3 accounts hahaha.remember! the loot is different from the drops. I mean, if you claimed the twtich prime reward. You won’t be able to claim it unless you wait a month! I hope you found the information useful! Regards
Hi, everything ok? Yes, if you link your twitch account with your friend’s account, he might get the “bug”. I guess it works like valorant drops. One twitch account for my 3 accounts hahaha.remember! the loot is different from the drops. I mean, if you claimed the twtich prime reward. You won’t be able to claim it unless you wait a month! I hope you found the information useful! Regards
Linking your Riot account to your Twitch account has all sorts of advantages. Whenever Twitch and Riot host a special event, you’ll be able to unlock cool items and rewards. But right now, the main reason you want to do this is to get a chance to access Valorant.
At this point, your Riot Games account and your Twitch account will be linked. From this point on, any Valorant beta stream you watch (that is marked as a Twitch Drops Enabled stream), has a chance to reward you with a Valorant beta key.
Those who link their Riot account to Twitch after the beta period is over, don’t despair. There are likely still plenty of good reasons to link the two. In our highly connected world, the more connected everything is, the stronger the network will be. Just make sure you’ve taken the necessary steps to protect your accounts, such as enabling two-factor authentication where possible.
The alliance between Riot Games and Amazon has been giving us gifts for many months if we link our League of Legends and Prime Gaming accounts. This time it’s a new batch of MOBA rewards, starting with some K/DA icons that will delight fans of the League of Legends virtual group.
We tell you what you have to do to unlock this free content and what are the requirements to activate it within your League of Legends account. Remember that Prime Gaming is the name that Twitch Prime now has, so don’t get confused.
This is a free offer, only if you are a Prime Gaming subscriber. If you watch a lot of live streams on Twitch, you must have already heard about it from your favorite content creators, as with this service you get a free monthly subscription for the content creator of your choice.