The first episode of League of Legends' upcoming animated TV Series on Netflix, Arcane, is scheduled to release on 7th November at 2 AM GMT. However, Riot Games has recently revealed that the first episode will also be streamed on Twitch at the same time.
Additionally, viewers who tune in on Twitch will also get to experience the Global Premiere Event hosted at Riot's Headquarters in Los Angeles. Having said that, there will also be a second broadcast on Twitch later at 10 AM GMT for fans who miss out on the first broadcast owing to time-zone differences.
Having said that, let's dive in and take a look at everything that Riot has revealed about the first episode of Arcane's release on 7th November.
Arcane: Episode One on Twitch
Apart from Riot's official stream on Twitch, the developers have revealed that fellow content creators on the platform will be able to stream the episode without any fear of getting a DMCA strike.
According to Riot's official statement:
"...Arcane is the first Netflix series to debut with co-streaming exclusively on Twitch. Content creators on the platform will be able to broadcast themselves watching and reacting to episode one."
Having said that, Riot has also presented an incentive for viewers to tune in on their live stream. Keep reading to find out more.
Free Twitch Drops!
According to the official statement revealed by Riot Games, the official stream on Twitch will have Live Drops turned on for in-game items in Riot's games. This means that viewers will be able to claim in-game Twitch Drops for tuning in to Riot's official stream on 7th November at 2 AM GMT, hours after the 2021 LOL Worlds Grand Finals.
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