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Jagmeet Singh's Twitch Stream To Play Among Us Could Include Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Now that Jagmeet Singh's Twitch stream event is a go, he's asking for U.S. politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to join him and other streamers.

A day before he's set to start gaming with two popular gamers and streamers, Singh reached out to Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter and asked her, "are you in?"

She's known to take part in multiplayer video games and interact with people on those platforms.

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On November 25, gamer and streamer NorthernLion asked Singh if he wanted to play the popular video game Among Us.

Within a couple of hours, the NDP leader responded and actually said yes.

Then he asked Hasan Piker, another popular gamer and streamer, to join in too.

The game will be happening on November 27 at 7:00 p.m. ET which is 4:00 p.m. PT.

Singh also set up an RSVP page where people can sign up to get sent updates about the Twitch stream.

Maybe Ocasio-Cortez will make an appearance!

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