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TEO - Twitch and Blizzard Announce Twitch Day at Overwatch League

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Twitch and Blizzard have declared April 14 as “Twitch Day” at the Overwatch League. Rewards include free Twitch swag, autograph signings with players and streamers, and increased viewer rewards. Twitch is pulling out all the stops to integrate with the league following its $90M broadcast rights deal. The Overwatch  League’s integration with its exclusive streaming...

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