How to get the Starbirth emblem Twitch reward in Destiny 2

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Emblems are a great way for Guardians to show off a little personality in Destiny 2. They're usually the first thing a fireteam will see when members join up in orbit. Having one that reflects you and your personality is important in making first impressions. Plenty of options exist with dozens to choose from and new ones arriving regularly. One such option is the Starbirth emblem.

What is the Starbirth emblem in Destiny 2?

The Starbirth emblem is a Twitch Drop. Guardians will want to make sure their Twitch account is linked with their Destiny 2 account in their profile. By tuning into the official Bungie Twitch channel on August 23, 2022, from 12pm ET to 2:30pm ET and watching for at least 30 minutes, Guardians can snag this celestial emblem.

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August 23, 2022, promises to be an important day in Destiny history as Bungie will unveil the Lightfall expansion and give an overview of Season 18 and more. Bungie didn't have to, but sweetening that pot with an emblem only helps. So make sure your accounts are linked, and your calendar marked.

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