Dexerto says”The Fortnite Champion Series otherwise known as the FNCS is Epic Games’ premier esports series. The FNCS Grand Finals wind down the competition each season and provide players with a chance at winning hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process. While the action might be enough for some fans, Epic also rolls out a slew of cosmetic items for players to claim simply by watching Fortnite streams with Twitch drops enabled.”
While the drops provide less items than say, the Season 6 Battle Pass, they do contain some awesome cosmetics (often FNCS-themed and specific to each season) that fans can grab simply by watching in for an hour or two, and unlike most other cosmetics they can’t be obtained in-game.
How to get Fortnite FNCS Season 6 Twitch drops
Like drops for almost any other title, you can’t simply open up a stream and just wait. There is a process you need to complete before your Twitch account will be eligible to receive them. Follow these instructions to make sure your account is set up properly.
- Go to Epic Games’ official “Connected Accounts” page
- Sign in with your Epic Games account
- Click the “Connect” button under the Twitch tab
- Click “Link your Account”
- Sign in with your Twitch account after being prompted
- Select “Authorize”
After you follow those steps, your Epic Games and Twitch accounts should be successfully connected and you’ll now be able to take advantage of the Season 6 FNCS drops when watching Fortnite streams.
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