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Valorant hits 1 million concurrent viewers on Twitch

It only took a couple of hours during Riot's tactical shooter showcase to reach an impressive milestone.

It's no exaggeration to claim that Valorant might be the most anticipated game of 2020. From the moment Riot announced they were entering the FPS genre taking the best things of CS:GO and Overwatch, mixing them up together, interested spiked greatly.

The aforementioned was seen during Valorant's showcase on Twitch, where big streamers such as Timothy "TimTheTatman" Betar, Jaryd "Summit1g" Lazar, Brandon "Seagull" Larned, or Ali "Myth" Kabbani helped the game push fast 1 million concurrent viewers.

 

 

One of the big reasons a lot of people are tuning in to the streams beyond general excitement to see official footage from Valorant, is the fact that you can earn closed beta keys just by watching them.

It is also worth noting, all of the activity and hype surrounding Valorant has been organic, with no paid streamers being a part of the reveal, unlike other big games released in previous years.

 


Want more Valorant? Check out our team composition and roles guide, weapons guide, and Agent abilities guide.

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