Score some free Twitch Prime time and other prizes by playing Dire Wolf Digital's Eternal CCG this weekend. To participate, you'll need to pony up 4,000 gold or 300 gems for each run, going until you get nine wins or three losses with a constructed deck. Your first three runs will decide your position on the leaderboard, and the top 10 finishers will receive a free year of Twitch Prime.
If you already have Twitch Prime, you can claim even more prizes by linking your Eternal and Twitch Prime accounts. Then you just need to claim your Eternal Collector's Bounty, and the next time you log into the game, you'll have 33 card packs, an Ashara premium avatar, and a Doorbot premium card back waiting for you.
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