ESO Returns to QuakeCon this month - How to Get a Free Pet

By Andrew | 5 Aug 2022 | Share
ESO Returns to QuakeCon this month - How to Get a Free Pet

QuakeCon is an annual convention organized by Zenimax Media to to celebrate and promote game franchises of studios owned by Zenimax, which of course includes the Elder Scrolls Online. 

As a part of this year's QuakeCon, starting later this month, we can expect several ESO related streams on Twitch, both from Zenimax themselves and from members of the ESO community. Players will also be able to earn a free Flame Atronach Pony Guar by tuning in to the ESO QuakeCon streams, as well as some other in-game rewards. 

What will be happening at QuakeCon 2022?

QuakeCon will start on the 18th August, and will include many ESO related streams from all around the world. The Event will kick off on the Bethesda Twitch channel where Gina Bruno and Jessica Folsom will present Talkin' Tamriel, hosting some guests and previwing the Lost Depths DLC, as well as revealing a little of what's in store for the rest of the Legacy of the Bretons storyline in the remainder of 2022. This stream will start at 1:45 PM EDT on 18th August. 

Other streams in the event will include a Dreadsail Reef challenge with charity milestones and a sweet roll cookoff, as well as Q&A sessions and plenty of other types of streams. You can view the full list of scheduled streams here.

ESO High Isle codes will be given away, among other prizesESO High Isle codes will be given away, among other prizes

What ESO Rewards Will be Available during QuakeCon?

By watching at least 15 minutes of any of the ESO QuakeCon streams, you will be able to earn a Flame Atronach Pony Guar pet. 

You will also receive an Ouroboros Crown Crate for watching the streams. Make sure you have linked your Twitch and ESO accounts in order to obtain these rewards. 

In addition, some streams will be offering specific rewards as part of giveaways, with prizes including High Isle chapter codes, physical goodies and more. 

We hope you enjoyed this article about ESO at QuakeCon 2022. The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online game (MMO) developed by Zenimax Online Studios.
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