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Get Free Valorant Item Drops With Prime Gaming

How To Get Free Item Drops With Prime Gaming Valorant
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Valorant players love the wide selection of items, skins, and cosmetics available in the game. If you don't want to spend money on them and have an Amazon Prime subscription, then we have just the thing for you. Here's how to get free Valorant Item Drops with Prime Gaming!

Under the name Prime Gaming, Amazon has been offering special items and rewards for gamers for some time now... if you have an Amazon Prime subscription. Valorant is one of the latest games to join the fray. That means that with Prime Gaming, you get free Valorant item drops, and you don't have to do all that much to get them. We'll show you how it works.

How To Get Free Valorant Item Drops With Prime Gaming

To get free Valorant Item Drops, you'll need to connect your Riot Games account to your Amazon account and then go to the Prime Gaming website to pick up your free items. Here's how it works step by step:

  1. Follow the link and sign in with your Riot Games account.
  2. You will be redirected to the Prime Gaming website and will need to sign in with your Amazon account here.
  3. Bravo! Your accounts are linked. Now go to the Valorant section in Prime Gaming.
  4. Click "Pick up now" on the available items, and you'll have your free Valorant Item Drops!

What Are the Free Valorant Item Drops in June?

This month there are three free Valorant Items: the "Pity Party" spray, the Formation player card, and starting June 25, the "Nice Smile" weapon buddy. There are new items every month, so follow our guide to get these free Valorant Items drops and check back regularly to stay updated. Have fun!

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Original article by EarlyGame's Faris Delalic.