The latest special event in hero shooter Overwatch is musically-inclined, and shockingly doesn’t involve Lucio. Sigma’s Maestro Challenge is now live on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One.

Like previous mini-events, players can earn several rewards by winning games. Wins only count in Quick Play, Competitive Play, and Arcade modes.

Win 3 games to earn the Meastro player icon.
Win 6 games to earn the Maestro emote.
Win 9 games to earn the Sigma Maestro legendary skin.

Players can unlock additional rewards by watching Twitch streamers play the game. You must first link your Blizzard account to your Twitch account to be eligible. Then watch any Twitch streamer who’s playing Overwatch to earn new sprays.

You can watch a up to six hours to receive all six sprays, featuring cute art of the Overwatch characters playing instruments.

Blizzard has compiled a list of over a dozen Overwatch Twitch streamers, and times they will be streaming during the event. Check out the schedule at the official event page.

To further celebrate the music theme, Blizzard has released a new soundtrack, Overwatch: Cities & Countries. The soundtrack is available on Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Spotify, and YouTube. It features over 24 tracks by Derek Duke and Adam Burgess.

Sigma’s Maestro Challenge event ends July 27. Overwatch is rated T for Teen, and available on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One.

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