How to Earn Overwatch League Points for Roadhog and Echo Skins

Overwatch League introduced two new legendary skins: Midas Roadhog which celebrates the 2020 San Francisco Shock championship, and the Good vs Evil Echo which is a nod to the 2020 Overwatch League MVP, Byung-Sun “Fleta” Kim. Both skins are available now through April 6. Get them while you can!

But these Legendary skins cost Overwatch League Points. How do I get them?

How to Earn Overwatch League Points for Roadhog and Echo Skins

There are two ways to obtain Overwatch League Points: Purchase with real money or watching select Overwatch League videos to earn Overwatch League Point drops.

Purchase

Simply click the Overwatch League (SHOP) button at the bottom-right of the screen in the lobby.

Select the Hero Legendary Skin you wish. Then click the blue (Purchase) buton.

Here you must choose the 200 League Tokens (USD $9.99) for one Legendary Skin, or 400 League Tokens (USD $19.99) if you want both Legendary Skins.

How to watch Overwatch League

If you don’t want to spend real money, the other option is watching Overwatch League videos. First, you must connect your YouTube account with your Blizzard/Battle.net Account by going to this link.

When the process is concluded, go to youtube.com/overwatchleague to see the scheduled event and watch Live with the account you linked to Battle.net.

Note: There is no guarantee you will earn 200 Overwatch League Points until the date the Legendary Skins are removed (April 6). Thus, it is up to you whether to watch all videos up to April 6, or to purchase to secure your Legendary Skin.

After watching 1 hour of Overwatch League livestream, I was credited 5 Overwatch League Tokens. That means you would have to watch 40 hours of livestreams to earn 200 League Tokens.

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