Riot has been developing one powerhouse of a game for quite some time now. This game, known only as Valorant to the faithful, is composed of a whole lot of elements. The best way to describe it is as a super version of Fortnite if Fortnite had been smoking a lot of drugs. And, true to form, this is exactly how Valorant actually is. It is one wild game, and it is absolutely incredible, and thousands upon thousands of people are super excited to play it and give it a try. Thank god for this awesome game. \n \nAnyway, as it turns out, this game ended up doing a little demo and\/or a let's play set-up on the infamous streaming service known only as Twitch to all of the big old fans out there, and these fans really did give it their all in coming to the streaming service to watch so many people just play the crap out of this game and love it and live it and all of the crazy, crazy wild stuff we all like to talk about, think about, and see inside of a video game world out there. \n \nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/KbFWhffLM-A \n \nIf any of this applies to you, then just keep on reading below to find out more about how all of this came together to change the destiny of modern gaming for the rest of eternity (and time and all of that good stuff you only occasionally get to read about). \n \nWell, as it turns out, there are a few things we have to know about Twitch. It is a vast, multi-leveled universe of streaming videos, and if you end up going too deep down the rabbit hole, then you will be lost there forever. Well, guess what? A bunch of people went down that rabbit hole, and it looks like they found the bottom of it because they all spelled out in the same place. \n \nWhere did they end up? Well, it is pretty simple. They ended up watching Valorant getting played by a couple of amateurs. Big deal. Now it looks like they will be wasting their lives forever there. \n \nBut it really makes you think: How did so many people end up watching this video game release? It should not surprise anyone to find out that these people are sliding dollar bills under the table to get some more access from the folks who run the Twitch service. Big deal, indeed.