Popular Canadian member of parliament Jagmeet Singh yesterday streamed Among Us with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for more than 5 hours for the first time, continuing the theme of politicians getting involved in streaming in front of a live audience.
AOC, who started the trend a few weeks back by playing with popular streamers like DisguisedToast, Pokimane and Valkyrae, joined Jagmeet Singh in Among Us this time, and the two hit it off instantly, discussing politics in their respective countries.
Singh, whose video of responding to a racist at a town hall event went viral, did have a bit of practice in playing this game prior to the stream; however, he was still a bit rusty, missing easy chances to kill and not venting at all. It did not help though that he was the imposter most of the time.
While the stream, which also featured popular political commentator and streamer, HasanAbi did not hit the heights of AOC’s first among us stream, it did rake up more than 100k concurrent viewers, which meant that the reason for holding this stream in the first place, to raise money for eviction victims’ legal aid and food pantries, was a huge hit. AOC in the course of the stream raised more than $200,000 in funds.
“We did it! $200k raised in one live stream for eviction defence, food pantries, and more. This is going to make such a difference for those who need it most right now,” she later said on Twitter.
Jagmeet and AOC talked a lot about politics and national policy throughout the stream, while also praising each other. The highlight of the stream,however, was when the 2 of them were paired together as imposters and won the game. “AOC president, Jagmeet Singh prime minister, it’s the future,” Singh said.
The success of the stream has encouraged Singh to consider more such sessions in the future in the hope of connecting with the younger audience and convincing them of his ideology. It seems encouraging as many leaders of NDP, his party, have expressed an interest in collaborating in the future.
Published at Sat, 28 Nov 2020 22:00:00 +0000
FPS gamers love high frame-rates. Higher FPS (frames per second) definitely gives you a competitive advantage. Therefore, if you have a high-end PC with flagship processor and GPU, you are going to get a lot of FPS that will help you to peek corners faster with a super smooth experience. It will help you to react faster as well.
Valorant is one of the most popular FPS games these days. If you play Valorant a lot, you will definitely want to see how many FPS you are getting. Cause the more FPS you will get the more you will be able to play better. Therefore, you need to know how to view FPS in Valorant.
How to enable FPS counter in Valorant?
- Head to Settings from the main menu. This will be located on the top left area of the screen.
- Once it is opened, go to the Video tab.
- Under Stats, check for Client FPS.
- Choose how you want the FPS to be shown – as text, as a graph or as both.
How to view FPS in Valorant
To show your FPS in Valorant, head over to the “Client FPS” setting in the “Stats” settings under the “Video” settings tab. The image below shows exactly where you can find this in Valorant.
Now it’s upto you which one do you prefer. Generally, most of the players go for the Text Only option that shows you the live FPS counter on the top-left corner of the screen. However, if you choose the Graph only option, it will show the live FPS graph on the right side of the screen.
Published at Sat, 28 Nov 2020 20:15:01 +0000