Amazon Prime Gaming and Riot Games, developers of League of Legends, Valorant and more, have extended their partnership for 2023.
It’s a one-year extension, meaning the renewed collaboration will run through 2023.
Amazon Prime members will get more exclusive in-game content for several Riot titles including League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Valorant, League of Legends: Wild Rift, and new for this year, Teamfight Tactics (TFT).
The news comes after the usual monthly League of Legends Prime Capsule (which gives Amazon Prime members more in-game goodies, like RP, skins and more) was delayed earlier in 2023 as Amazon Prime Gaming and Riot Games discussed whether their 2022 partnership would be extended.
Now it’s been confirmed: Prime Gaming and Riot Games freebies will continue:
It's about to get legendary in here!— Prime Gaming (@primegaming) March 20, 2023
The latest Prime Gaming Capsule in @LeagueOfLegends is waiting for you, so pick it up & head into the Rift.
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And Prime Gaming will also continue its role as a global sponsor across Riot’s esports titles, League of Legends Esports and Valorant Esports, as well as becoming the first global sponsor for Teamfight Tactics Esports, providing free content during various events throughout the year.
As part of the year-long collaboration, Prime Gaming and Riot Games will also focus on esports.
Prime Gaming will be a global sponsor across League of Legends Esports, the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT), and TFT Esports competitions, as well as sponsor multiple LoL Esports events for the LCS and LEC, and VCT competitions in North America and EMEA regions in 2023.