World of Warcraft

New Twitch drop announced for World of Warcraft!

The newest Twitch Drop for World of Warcraft, the fancy crab named Fathom, is available now!

With the rollout of the newest content update, adventurers can now dive headfirst into Plunderstorm. Celebrate this event with fresh Twitch Drops!

A purple and gold crab with a crown on its head.

Twitch Drop: Get the Fathom Pet – Now Live! - (source)

To participate, you must link your Twitch account by visiting If you have changed your password or made any changes to your Twitch or account, you will have to relink your accounts. When you relink, there will be a 7-day cooldown before you can relink a new Twitch account. After you’ve claimed your rewards on Twitch, please make sure you’re logging into the region you’d like to receive the drop(s) on, as the first region you log into will be where your items will be delivered. It can take up to 24 hours to receive your reward(s) in game after claiming. Read our Frequently Asked Questions section for more information.

How do I Earn Twitch Drops?
Start Time: March 22, 10:00 a.m. PDT (17:00 GMT)
End Time: April 5, 10:00 a.m. PDT (18:00 BST)

Watch 4 hours of World of Warcraft content while these Twitch Drops are active on any channel to earn the Fathom pet.

A purple and gold crab with a crown on its head.
“Weighed down by all the loot he has plundered. He could share the burden he carries but it turns out he’s a little shellfish.”

How to Get Twitch Drops in World of Warcraft:

To earn Twitch Drops while watching World of Warcraft streams, first, find streams that have Twitch Drops activated. You can easily check this by looking at the widget above the chat window or checking the stream’s details before joining.
Twitch Account: You’ll need a Twitch account to qualify for Twitch Drops.
One Channel at a Time: Remember, you can only progress towards earning a Drop by watching one channel at a time.
Watching World of Warcraft Streams: Ensure you’re watching streamers streaming World of Warcraft with Twitch Drops enabled.
Active Stream: Make sure the stream isn’t paused; progress is only made when the stream is live.

By following these simple steps and ensuring you meet the criteria, you can start earning Twitch Drops while enjoying your favorite World of Warcraft streams.