Sigma’s Maestro Challenge is Now Live on All Major Gaming Platforms
Blizzard Entertainment has announced a brand-new event for Overwatch players called Sigma’s Maestro Challenge. It bears many similarities to previous events that brought D.Va, Ana, Baptiste and Mercy into the spotlight. Just as the name indicates, it is now time for Sigma to shine the brightest during the two-week event that concludes on July 27. Participating players will be eligible for vanity items, legendary skins and icons that will help them stand out from the crowd.
Win Games and get Rewarded
The path to rewards is straightforward in Sigma’s Maestro Challenge with any game won in Quick Play, Competitive Play and Arcade modes triggering them. These are limited time prizes, so time is of the essence and players only have until the end of the month to unlock them. All in all, there are a total of nine rewards to be secured, such as six unique sprays, a legendary emote and the Maestro Sigma skin. The event is live across all major gaming platforms, so players can participate on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch!
While they chase these tempting prizes, Overwatch fans will also be delighted by the latest soundtrack called Overwatch: Cities & Countries. It is inspired by the original missions and maps and it is guaranteed to make the gaming experience even more immersive. The soundtrack is available on YouTube, Deezer, Spotify and iTunes, so the delightful music is just one click away.
Sigma’s Maestro Challenge Prizes
The beauty of the Sigma’s Maestro Challenge is that prizes are awarded incrementally, as players complete the challenges. If you win three games you will be awarded with two player icons, while six wins are needed to unlock the brand-new emote. In order to claim the new legendary skin Maestro Sigma, one would have to win nine games, as this is the ultimate reward of this campaign.
Playing is one way to unlock rewards, but you can also watch the streams and claim some of the prizes. The way to do it is to focus on Twitch streamers and watch them play Overwatch before, during or after the matches. Until the end of the campaign on July 27, every hour spent watching streamers will count towards unlocking new sprays. Watching streamers for two hours will unlock one spray, four hours watched will produce two sprays and three are awarded when hitting the six hours threshold.