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Amazon Target Gamers With Twitch Prime Deals

Twitch Prime will kick off Prime Day 2019 with free content giveaways for Apex Legends and EA SPORTS titles.

From July 3, Prime members can unlock an exclusive Legend Skin and weapon skin for Apex Legends.

During the months of July and August, members can also get their hands on three more exclusive Apex Legends skins and content from multiple EA SPORTS titles.

In addition to the free in-game giveaways, Twitch Prime will also be holding two events.

On July 13, celebrities, top streamers, and Prime members will come together in both London and Las Vegas for Twitch Prime Crown Cup tournaments featuring Apex Legends and a top EA SPORTS game.

“This summer, we’re kicking off Prime Day in a big way, with in-game loot from Apex Legends and EA SPORTS, and Twitch Prime Crown Cup events in London and Las Vegas,” said Ethan Evans, Twitch Prime vice-president.

“It’s all part of our mission to make Twitch Prime one of the best deals in gaming, with monthly gaming content plus all the other benefits of Prime.

“We hope our members are going to love all the Prime Day content as much as we do, and we can’t wait to see everyone online for the Twitch Prime Crown Cup tournaments.”

Prime Day starts at midnight on Monday, July 15 and, for the first time ever, will run for 48 hours.

Prime Day will include more than one million deals worldwide across categories like Amazon devices, smart home, kitchen, toys and fashion, reserved exclusively for Prime members.

Prime Day has expanded to 18 countries, offering celebration deals to members in Australia, the US, UK, Spain, Singapore, Netherlands, Mexico, Luxembourg, Japan, Italy, India, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium, Austria and the UAE.

All current Twitch Prime offers can be found here.

Not a Prime member? Join Prime or start a 30-day free trial from the Amazon website to take advantage of these offers.

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