How to get the Seven of Spades Spray and Socialite Ashe Skin in Overwatch 2

Socialite Legendary Ashe Skin Overwatch 2

Socialite Legendary Ashe Skin Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 Season 3 has finally launched worldwide, giving players all types of new content to enjoy. And to celebrate the brand-new season, the developers over at Blizzard Entertainment have teamed up with Twitch once again to bring players a whole new set of Twitch Drops.

In the past, heroes like D.Va and Moira have gotten their fair share of Twitch Drop goodies, however, now, it's Ashe's turn. With the new drops, players will be able to get the Seven of Spades Spray and the Socialite Legendary Skin.

So if you're one of these players looking to get these Twitch Drop goodies but aren't quite sure how then we've got you covered.

Here's how to get the Seven of Spades Spray and Socialite Ashe Skin in Overwatch 2.

How to get the Seven of Spades Spray and Socialite Ashe Skin in Overwatch 2

In order to get the Seven of Spades Spray and the Socialite Legendary Ashe Skin in Overwatch 2, players will have to watch a total of six hours of Overwatch 2 content on the popular streaming website, Twitch, while the Twitch Drop is active. To get the Seven of Spades Spray players will have to watch two hours and to get the Socialite Legendary Ashe Skin, players will have to watch four more.

Overwatch 2 players will have from now until Tuesday, February 21, 2023, to get the drops.

Players can look for their favorite content creator or streamer whose drops are active, they will usually indicate it via their stream title.

Make sure the hours you're watching count by having your Battle.net and Twitch accounts linked. If you don't know how to or want to make sure they're linked, follow our steps below.

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How to link Battle.net and Twitch accounts

You'll want to make sure that your Battle.net and Twitch accounts are linked in order for the hours watched to count.

Here's how to link the two:

  1. Visit Battle.net
  2. Click on your "Account Settings" and visit the "Connections" tab
  3. Scroll down to the Twitch section at the bottom and click "Connect"
  4. Click "Authorize" and confirm that it went through
  5. That's it!

Once you've followed all of the steps your Battle.net and Twitch accounts will be linked and your hours watched will count towards the corresponding Twitch Drop.

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