Vulcun Loot Giveaway autoclick script

EDIT: Check out the updated version HERE


 So I found an autoclick script for Jackpot giveaway (see full review here) way back when I started on Vulcun. It worked like a charm and got me a bunch of free skins. Now, just launched “Vulcun 3.0” which now incorporates loot giveaways every 30 mins during streams that you can win things such as full item skins, stickers, loot parts to create full skins, and crates which can have full skins or parts to make full skins.

So I decided, well if I can have a script to click on a button for the jackpot, why cant I do it for the loot drops. It should be easy right?

Sort of.

Vulcun makes the giveaways in a popup window that isn’t really a pop up.



So after some testing, and copying pretty much all of the code from the link above, I have crudely got it to work. The only thing is

  • it checks every 24 seconds because drops last ~25 seconds
  • it leaves the pop-up open but after testing, it still enters future giveaways
  • once a stream ends, it doesn’t know so it will continue checking even if no more giveaways are happening.
  • since drops are not on all streams at once, you could miss a drop if there are multiple streams. You can combat this by having a tab open for all streams and running the script on each.
  • the code is NOT optimized, I am aware there is extra crap that isn’t needed and doesn’t work. It’s an easy fix I know.

I plan (hopefully) to implement the following in the future

  • Close popup window
  • Cycle through live streams every 25-30 seconds then check for giveaway
  • Remove extra code that doesn’t work

Anyways, without further adieu here is the code (below the ads). If you have some help with the code, feel free. To use the code, simply right click and select “inspect element” on the page, then paste the code in the console and run it. Tested on Chrome, Edge and IE. Not tested on Firefox. Also, a warning, I think its against Vulcuns TOS.

function enterContest() {
    $('#enter-lootdrop').each(function() {
        if($(this).attr('disabled') == 'disabled') {
           console.log("button disabled: skipped");

        console.log("Button clicked");

setInterval(enterContest, 24000);

Here is a video proving it works (as of November 13 2015)


24 Comments on “Vulcun Loot Giveaway autoclick script”

  1. Once an entry is submitted and the giveaway is done, does the script automatically close the popup that says you got something? so you can go back to the stream?
    thanks in advance

    1. well, the original script I based this off of works for both tampermonkey and normal browsers. Have you just tried the code to see if it works?

      If not, I dont know. Ive never used tampermonkey.

  2. Hi!
    Great work, thnx for that!
    does this script only submits entry for the lootdrop from the stream opened or for every stream live on vulcun?

    I mean, should I have 1 open window or whole 9-12 with different streams?

    1. only for a tab open. so you need to have a tab for each stream. But there is a new and improved version that I will be posting the updated script that someone else did here in the next day or two. stay tuned

  3. Hey, thanks first!
    I got a question: Do I always need to paste this script into the Console for each time I open my Chrome ? Or If i paste it once it will be there forever?
    And do I need to paste it into every Tab I open ?
    (sorry for my bad english :D)

  4. Hey, Kassquatch!

    Great work! I just added the script to Firefox using an in-browser app called Greasemonkey and I believe it works just as it intends to! Thanks for the script! 🙂

  5. I have been using this scrip for 2 days and everything was great, but i dont receive any drops for last 10 hours. Any idea?

    1. probably got banned. hence the big warning message at the top of the page. and you using this one, or the updated one…either way, vulcun is cracking down hard on scripts

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