Here's how to get your free Twitch Drop items for Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Get 4 Free Neon Gamer Item Twitch Drops

Here's how to get your free Twitch Drop items for Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Disney Dreamlight Valley has joined the ranks of games utilizing Twitch Drops to reward its players. While watching eligible streams you can earn four Neon Gamer exclusives. Its first campaign will last until April 12, 2023. Here’s how to get your free Neon Gamer Items in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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Before you start watching any streams, you need to make sure that your Twitch account is linked with your Disney Dreamlight Valley account. Once your account is linked you can start watching one of the 20 participating streamers:

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Once you’ve picked a stream, settle in to start earning your Neon Gamer items. You’ll need to watch streams for a total of 150 minutes to claim all four items, but you don’t need to earn them all at once or from the same channel. You’ll only have until April 12 to earn them, however.

Here’s how much you need to watch for each piece of gear:

  • Gamer Mickey Ears Headband: 15 minutes
  • Gamer Chair: 30 minutes (45 minutes total)
  • Gamer Laptop: 45 minutes (90 minutes total)
  • Comfy Gamer Hoodie: 60 minutes (150 minutes total)

If you want to check your earning progress, head to the Twitch Drops Inventory page. Your watch time will be listed under the item you’re working on. This is where you want to go to claim your items, as well. Once claimed on Twitch you can find your items in game in your Mailbox. 

That is how to claim your free Neon Gamer Twitch Drops items. For more help, check out our Disney Dreamlight Valley game guides

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Ashley, otherwise known as Glitchiee, is an avid gamer of RPGs, TTRPGS, farming sims, and survival crafting games. Playing since she can remember, she started on the SNES, GameBoy Color, and collection 1st gen Pokemon cards. Using her passion for gaming, she's written about games for a combined total of 2 years.