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Xbox and Twitch Partnership Offers PC Game Pass for Free over 3 Months

Twitch users who buy two new subs can now claim three months free on PC Game Pass through a collab with Xbox.

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's Xbox division has teamed up with to provide an interesting new promotion for . When someone buys two new Twitch subs or gifts subs, they can grab three months of PC Game Pass for free.

In a joint Microsoft and Twitch announcement, the companies say the promotion will get underway tomorrow (November 3) at 1 PM ET. It will run through to November 11 at 6 PM ET.

Once you buy two subs during the promotion, Twitch sends a code to your account inbox. This code is the one you use to redeem three months free on PC Game Pass via the Xbox website.

There are eligibility and limitation requirements that you can see below:

Eligible Twitch Subs

  • New monthly subs (any tier)
  • Multi-month subs (3-month, 6-month)
  • Gift subs (any tier for any number of months)

Ineligible Twitch Subs

  • Existing recurring sub renewals
  • Prime subs
  • Monthly subscriptions that are re-purchased before they fully expire (you cannot set your sub to cancel then re-sub at a discount before the subscription fully expires)
  • Subs received through Sub Token redemptions
  • Any other product purchases (Bits, Turbo, etc.)

Success

During its recent Fiscal 2023 Q1 earnings, Microsoft revealed PC Game Pass is thriving. According to the company, subscriptions have increased 159 percent compared to the same time last year. Furthermore, Xbox Cloud Gaming users have now passed 20 million.

Microsoft has recently shown that is making over $1 billion in revenue. As part of seeking regulatory greenlights for its proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard, Microsoft is having to hand over details of its gaming division.

It seems Game Pass subscription revenue was $2.9 billion for the fiscal period ending January 2021.

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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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