How to Link EA Account to Twitch? (A Newbie's Guide)

Lindsay Hayes

If you're wondering how to link your EA account to Twitch, all you need to do is visit the website, then enter your account credentials. The process is easy, and you'll be able to access Twitch drops the moment they release.

Although I'm not the biggest EA fan, I love FIFA. I spend most of my time on Twitch watching streams for it. When I found out the site had special rewards and drops for it, I was excited and immediately linked my EA account to it.

I've taken you through how you can do this too, and discussed some additional information as well.


How to Link EA Account to Twitch Account?

The process to follow is easy, and you should be done in a minute tops.

Here's what you do:

Once you're done, open the Connections tab. You should see Electronic Arts along with your other connections now.

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Why Should Your EA Account Be Linked to Your Twitch Account?

Twitch regularly hosts promotional events and exclusive drops for its users. By linking your EA account to the platform, you gain access to special consumables, and in-game cosmetics, like skins.

As described in the section above, linking your EA account to Twitch is easy. You will have the account successfully linked if you follow the steps outlined.


Answered below are some popular questions.

How Do You Link Electronic Arts Account to Prime Gaming?

Let's discuss how to link your Electronic Arts account to Prime gaming. There are a couple of rewards that you can claim on it too.

Here's what you do:

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Final Thoughts

Connecting your EA profile to Twitch is a smart move. You can earn more loot and rewards, which any gamer would appreciate. The steps to follow are easy too.

Not only did I look at how to connect EA and Twitch accounts, but some additional information, like how to link to Prime Gaming. When you link accounts with Prime Gaming, you can claim all kinds of rewards as well.

Lindsay Hayes

Hi, I’m Lindsay, a techie from Kansas City. That’s right; I’m a born and bred Midwesterner. I learned to take electronics apart at my dad’s GameStop way back when, and I haven’t stopped since. I spend most of my time checking out new gadgets.
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