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Don't Starve Together Twitch Drops

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JoeW    25,288

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Beginning today all DST players can associate their Twitch.tv account to their Klei Account to begin receiving cool exclusive items by watching Don't Starve Together on Twitch.tv

Simply head on over to https://accounts.klei.com - 

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After that just watch a streamer who has also linked their account and get those drops!

During our first Campaign we are offering 3 items. You can only receive one of each and once you have them all, you cannot get more until the next round of items. 

30 Minutes: (The Amazing Sideshow Icon)

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2 Hours: (The Amazing Sideshow Portrait)

 

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6 hours: (The Amazing Sideshow)

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PeterA    4,156
2 minutes ago, Alarsin said:

How do you know when a streamer has a linked account?

You should see a notification in the info bar.

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PeterA    4,156

You should also get a notification from Twitch telling you that you can link your account, and there will be a link to the account's page. You'll need to sign-in with your platform account information, but the easiest way is to just click on the Account button in the main menu since you're already authenticated with Steam when you're in-game.

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PeterA    4,156
2 minutes ago, TheKingDedede said:

6 hours?

Just for clarity, your viewing time is cumulative, so you don't need to watch for 6 hours in one single session.

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AretMaw    971
Just now, PeterA said:
4 minutes ago, TheKingDedede said:

 

Just for clarity, your viewing time is cumulative, so you don't need to watch for 6 hours in one single session.

That's good to know, some people just don't have that kind of time.

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Oooooooooh! Sweet! Normally I'm opposing to watching other people have fun, but this I'll make an exception. Just how time do we have until the first batch of items are replaced? Don't exactly want to be glued to the screen for a whole day if I have to.

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landromat    1,596
14 minutes ago, PeterA said:

Just for clarity, your viewing time is cumulative, so you don't need to watch for 6 hours in one single session.

Will i get items if i will stream?

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PeterA    4,156
2 hours ago, TheBlob said:

Does hosting a stream count towards the item timer, or just watching one?

Hosting with at least 1 (linked) user will count. We add the host to the list of viewers, but twitch only notifies us if there's at least 1 viewer.

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Thalkas    736
Just now, Quoth143 said:

Wouldn't six hours be a bit much? Are people able to at least space it out?

Isnt to much, because like in other games with drops u can turn on stream and go doing your job. 6 hours isnt too much :D for example in Overwatch you have 8-10 hours for last drops.

I think drops can revive streams with DST! Thanks Devs for this! :D 

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TrashLord    234
3 minutes ago, Quoth143 said:

Wouldn't six hours be a bit much? Are people able to at least space it out?

 

38 minutes ago, PeterA said:

Just for clarity, your viewing time is cumulative, so you don't need to watch for 6 hours in one single session.

looks to be the case '<' b

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