Get 100 more Overwatch League tokens for free—but only if you’ve been on your best behavior

Sign up for the Overwatch League newsletter to receive the tokens.

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Blizzard is giving away 100 free Overwatch League tokens to players that sign up for the Overwatch League mailing list.

To get the 100 extra tokens, your Overwatch account has to be in good standing, meaning there’s no marks against your account for bad behavior. When signing up for the Overwatch League mailing list, players can choose which teams they will receive updates on. Are you a Florida Mayhem fan? Then you’ll want to select them in the drop-down menu. The same applies to the rest of the teams.

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Make sure to provide your email address to ensure the 100 tokens—which equals one Overwatch League skin—makes it to your account. To get the tokens, you’ll need to sign up for the mailing list before Jan. 31.

Tokens will show up in your Overwatch account sometime before the end of February, according to Blizzard, so don’t worry if they’re not there immediately.

Overwatch League skins can be found, unsurprisingly, in the Overwatch League tab in-game. From there, you can select a team and browse through the team-branded skins for all 26 Overwatch heroes. All 312 Overwatch League skins became available Jan. 9, one day before the Overwatch League is scheduled to begin on Jan. 10.

The new skins can also be purchased individually. Each skin costs $5, or 100 tokens. Blizzard is offering packages of tokens: 200 tokens for $10, 400 tokens for $20, 900 tokens for $40, or 2,600 tokens for $100.

Blizzard has no plans to add the Overwatch League skins to loot boxes. After all, fifty percent of the revenue from the skins goes to the teams themselves.

The Overwatch League is scheduled to begin on Jan. 10. Weekly schedules are displayed in the new Overwatch League tab in-game. San Francisco Shock will take on Los Angeles Valiant at 7pm ET on Jan. 10, followed by Shanghai Dragons vs. Los Angeles Gladiators at 9pm ET and Dallas Fuel vs. Seoul Dynasty at 11pm ET. The whole tournament will be streamed live on Twitch.