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How to claim free Twitch Prime skins in Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime Skin
Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime Skin (Image credit: Ubisoft)

Amazon-owned live-streaming website, Twitch, has kicked off its third promotion for Rainbow Six Siege, with a fresh collection of free in-game loot up for grabs. Tied to its premium Twitch Prime subscription service, the partnership brings three installments of exclusive items across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Whether you're unsure about Twitch Prime or need help getting this limited-time loot, here's what you need to know.

What is Twitch Prime and how do I get it?

If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you already have Twitch Prime. In countries where Amazon Prime is available, the subscription is required to use Twitch Prime features. In 2019, the service is available in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Australia, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Spain, Japan, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Singapore, and the United Kingdom.

If Amazon Prime isn't available in your region, an active Prime Video subscription grants access to Twitch Prime. This service is available worldwide, except for China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and Syria. No matter how you approach the promotion, an Amazon subscription is required for the skins.

If you haven't yet linked your Amazon account and your Twitch account, you need to do that first. Head to the Twitch Prime homepage (opens in new tab) and follow the on-screen steps to complete this process.

If you don't yet have Amazon Prime, remember you can get a 30-day free trial (opens in new tab).

Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime loot explained

Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime Skins 2020

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The second Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime collection is comprised of a dozen exclusive cosmetic items, distributed in three fixed monthly installments. Spanning three playable Operators, uniforms, headgear, weapon skins, and weapon charms are available.

The Twitch Prime collection is split into monthly drops from January 23 through April 24, 2020. The exclusive items span Twitch and Maestro, blanketed with neon camouflage prints, and Mozzie receiving a pizza-themed makeover. Once redeemed, Twitch Prime loot appears in your in-game inventory, unlike the former "Twitch Prime Packs" used throughout the 2018 collection.

Kicking off the promotion, linking your Twitch Prime and Ubisoft accounts unlocks four items in-game. January's items for Twitch are now available, and additional items will appear in-game to complete the Twitch Prime set in February and March.

While the 30-day free trial (opens in new tab) unlocks four items today, you'll need an active subscription until March 2020 for the full set.

How to get Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime loot

Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime Loot

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With Twitch Prime, linking your Ubisoft accounts unlocks your first drop of Twitch Prime cosmetics. PC players should use their Uplay account, while Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users should use a linked Ubisoft account. Once set-up, follow the below steps to claim your Twitch Prime loot.

  1. Navigate to Rainbow Six Siege's Twitch Prime page. (opens in new tab)
  2. Click Claim now.
  3. Sign in with your Twitch account.
  4. Select Authorize to enable Twitch Prime Loot for your account.
  5. Click Link accounts to use loot.
  6. Click Link when prompted to merge your Twitch and Ubisoft accounts.
  7. Sign In with your Ubisoft account.
  8. Select Authorize.
  9. Click Confirm my account. A confirmation message will display on-screen.

With your accounts linked, four Twitch Prime items now await in Rainbow Six Siege.

Rainbow Six Siege Twitch Prime complete skin list

With Twitch Prime loot distributed across three monthly drops, you'll need to return monthly to claim each Operator pack. We've wrapped up a complete list of available items, which unlocks over the coming months.

Ash Twitch Prime Loot - January 2020

  • Twitch Green Camo for F2
  • Twitch Green Camo headgear
  • Twitch Green Camo uniform
  • Twitch Green Camo weapon charm

Maestro Twitch Prime Loot - February 2020

  • Maestro Yellow Camo for ALDA 5.56
  • Maestro Yellow Camo headgear
  • Maestro Yellow Camo uniform
  • Maestro Yellow Camo charm

Mozzie Twitch Prime Loot - March 2020

  • Mozzie Pizza Party headgear
  • Mozzie Pizza Party uniform
  • Mozzie Pizza Party charm
Matt Brown
Matt Brown

Matt Brown is Windows Central's Senior Games Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.