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Twitch Prime free games for December announced

Stuff your own stocking next month with a bunch of free games and loot from Twitch Prime.

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Stuff your own stocking next month with a bunch of free games and loot from Twitch Prime.

From December 2 through the end of the year, Twitch Prime subscribers can grab five free games. Oh, and a bunch of free add-ons for some popular live games.

The games are: ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, Hover, Hue and When Ski Lifts Go Wrong. None of the games are blockbusters, but there sure are a lot of them.

Additionally, Twitch Prime is offering exclusive Sea of Thieves loot, a free skin in League of Legends, a free emote in Teamfight Tactics and an exclusive deck in Magic: The Gathering.

But, there’s a ton of other in-game content on offer, as well. Here’s the full list of free stuff.

Twitch Prime Free Games and Add-ons

  • Now Available – Sea of Thieves In-Game Loot
  • November 29 – PUBG Mobile In-Game Loot
  • December 2 – Free Games with Prime (Hue, Hover, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove!, Ski Lifts Go Wrong)
  • December 2 – King of Fighters: ALLSTAR In-Game Loot
  • December 3 – Magic: The Gathering In-Game Loot
  • December 4 – Mobile Legends: Bang Bang In-Game Loot
  • December 5 – Dauntless In-Game Loot
  • December 9 – Fortress M In-Game Loot
  • December 10 – RuneScape In-Game Loot
  • December 12 – Contra In-Game Loot
  • December 16 – King of Fighters: ALLSTAR In-Game Loot
  • December 18 – Mobile Legends In-Game Loot
  • December 19 – Rocket League In-Game Loot
  • December 23 – Fortress M In-Game Loot
  • December 30 – King of Fighters: ALLSTAR In-Game Loot
  • TBC – League of Legends In-Game Loot
  • TBC – Teamfight Tactics In-Game Loot

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