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AOC is planning to stream on Twitch again

But probably after the election!

AOC could be back on Twitch soon.

While America waits on the final results of the 2020 Presidential election, US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has just answered the second most important question on our lips: Yes, she will livestream on Twitch again.

But probably once they've figured out this election thing, after she's had a nap.

"I'll do it again soon," she tweeted, in response to a question, "but I need a nap." 

This week Ocasio-Cortez coasted to an easy win to earn a second term in her district in New York.

What game is she going to play next time? That's still up for debate. On her first stream Ocasio-Cortez played current phenomenon Among Us, but she's a keen League of Legends player, so that's a huge possibility.

Fall Guys could potentially be another choice, given it's also a big game of the moment. Personally, that's the game I'd choose.

But fellow Twitch streamer Ilhan Omar, who was also re-elected, agrees with Ocasio-Cortez -- first, naps are in order.

Ocasio-Cortez's first stream was a dramatic success. Viewership ranged from 300,000 to 400,000 for most of the stream but peaked at 439,000 views, making it the third-highest-viewed single stream in Twitch history. The all-time record is Ninja's, when he teamed up with Drake and Travis Scott in a game of Fortnite