Titles in World of Warcraft are a dime a dozen. They are a way for players to not only measure themselves by showcasing their accomplishments but also just give their name some style, some personality.
Much like titles in that, there is one for every person or every scenario, there are specific ways to earn them. Usually, players can earn them by defeating the last boss of a raid, completing a set of quests, earning a high ranking in Arena, and more. However, what if we told you there's a way to earn a title by just watching World of Warcraft instead of playing it?
Here's how to earn the Fearless Spectator title in WoW Shadowlands.
How to earn the Fearless Spectator title in WoW Shadowlands
Looking to celebrate the end of the 2022 WoW Arena World Championship (AWC) and Mythic Dungeon International (MDI) seasons, Blizzard Entertainment has decided to reward players with a shiny new exclusive in-game title.
As opposed to the regular way of earning titles which requires players to play the game and do some type of activity, players can don a brand-new descriptor with just a click of a button and a watch of the eyes.
Here's how to do it:
- Log in or create an account on YouTube if you don't have one.
- Navigate to the Account Sharing section under "Connected Apps" in Settings.
- Select the “Connect” option next to Battle.net
- Follow the simple prompts to finish connecting accounts.
- When connecting accounts, be sure that you’re currently logged into the Blizzard account on which you’d like to receive your Drops.
- Click here for a full set of official rules for the WoW Esports Fearless Spectator Title.
Players participating in this must have watched two hours of World of Warcraft esports content be it the AWC Grand Finals, the MDI Global Finals or the AWC Cross-Region Tournament. Additionally, it's worth noting that these hours are cumulative, which means that players don't have to watch the two hours in just one go.
Here's the broadcast schedule for the three tournaments:
- MDI Global Finals: Friday, July 8 - Sunday, July 10
- AWC Grand Finals: Saturday, July 16 - Sunday, July 17
- AWC Cross-Region Tournament: Saturday, July 23 - Sunday, July 24
All three of these tournaments can be watched on the official World of Warcraft YouTube channel. Additionally, there will be options for other languages such as French, German, Korean, Russian, and Spanish (EMEA). The latter of the three will only be available during MDI.
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