Last Updated on 29/06/2019 by TDH Publishing (A)
It is that time of the year where things are cheap and fast-approaching, its Amazon Prime Day which kicks off on July 15. Twitch Prime is getting in on the Amazon Prime Day action, while leaning into some of its more unflattering connotations, with a decidedly tongue-in-cheek “Twitch Sells Out” stream.
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On July 13, just before Prime Day, celebrities and streamers will descend on Las Vegas and London. On Prime Days, July 15 and 16, the Twitch Presents channel will broadcast from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., with Twitch streamers showcasing those Amazon Prime Day deals that will specifically be of interest to the Twitch community. This includes not only games and gaming hardware, but also other electronics, kitchenware, and some of the unusual items for sale.
Titch is yet to announce which of its stars will be on hand for the big event, but it promises that dozens of popular streamers are signed on. The complete list of hosts who have agreed to “sell out” will be revealed on July 10.
According to PCGamer anyone can watch and enjoy the stream but the deals are available only to Amazon Prime members. Prime members can also link their Twitch accounts for free channel subscriptions, custom emotes, exclusive in-game loot, and occasional one-off deals like the current Nintendo Switch Online offer. Tied to the tournaments, Twitch Prime members can also score exclusive in-game loot, starting on July 03 and continuing throughout July and August, for games like Apex Legends and EA Sports titles.
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