Apex Legends Mirage Psyche Out

On March 27 and 28, the North America and EMEA Winter Circuit Playoffs for the Apex Legends Global Series get underway. If you watch the broadcast live on the PlayApex Twitch channel, you can earn up to four free cosmetics from Twitch drops. There are a few things you need to do to qualify for the drops.

First of all, you need to link your Twitch and EA accounts. If you’re playing Apex Legends on a console, you also need to link your relevant platform’s account to your EA account. Go to Twitch if you need to create an account. Once that’s done, you can go to EA to link your accounts.


Then all you need to do is tune into the Apex Legends Global Series Winter Circuit Playoffs. All the Twitch drops are for Mirage. So, unless you’re a fan of the holographic trickster, this might not be the most exciting news for you.

Apex Legends Gloabl Series Mirage Cosmetics Twitch Drops

Apex Legends Twitch drops

The four rewards available are the Lifetime Wins Tracker, the Rare Honorable Mention Badge, the Rare Number One Banner Pose, and the Legendary Metal Collector Banner Frame. Again, they’re all for Mirage.

The more you watch, the more drops you’ll earn. The first drop you will earn is the Wins Tracker after watching for just an hour. Watching for two hours will get you  the Honorable Mention Badge. Three hours will score you the hilarious Number One Banner Pose. If you watch the Apex Legends Global Series for four hours, you’ll get the Legendary Metal Collector Banner Frame. The last two are significantly better in my opinion.

You can learn more about the Apex Legends Global Series on the EA website. The Last Chance Qualifiers are taking place this weekend. Unfortunately, there’s no broadcast for the matches. The post says Twitch drops will start with the Winter Circuit Playoffs, so you can expect more chances to earn free cosmetics for tuning into Apex Legends on Twitch in the future.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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