Amazon India now offers gaming benefits to Prime members

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Amazon Prime membership in India now includes free access to in-game contents such as upgrades, and in-game currency. Prime members can claim free in-game contents from the participating mobile games like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, World Cricket Championship 2, Black Desert Mobile, Mafia City, and The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross. Amazon will also host Prime-only game tournaments for its Prime members in India.

To claim the free in-game content, download and install any listed games on your Android or iOS phone. After installing the game, look for the ‘Login with Amazon’ button, tap on that, and enter your Amazon account credentials to log in. You will be redirected to the Amazon website, where you will have to tap on the Allow button, and then you will be again redirected to the game showing your Prime member reward. You will have to tap on the claim button to receive the reward. The benefits will be added to the game.

Amazon has also promised to include more in-game content from other games. Akshay Sahi, Director & Head of Prime, Amazon India, said, “With the launch of Prime gaming, we continue to make Amazon Prime more valuable for members in India. We recognize the need for in-game content by mobile gamers to enhance their playing experience and are delighted to provide access to this content FREE to Prime members. We will continue to add new in-game content for other popular games, with frequent content refreshes.”

Amazon has also created a microsite that lists all the game benefits available for the Prime members. The site also lists other benefits of being a prime member.

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Sumit is the Editor-in-chief at OnlyTech. He loves to cover news about Windows PCs, Android, Smart Devices, and more. You can always find him experimenting with electronic devices when not in front of a computer.

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