Pictures & Photos from Free to Play (2014) - IMDb
Fans have already streamed the film in droves.

The most anticipated esports documentary of the year so far has finally landed.

Free to Play follows the story of a Dota 2 tournament The International 2011, which boasted the biggest first place prize in esports history up to that point. Produced by the game's developer, Valve, it stars some of the best players in the world including Danil “Dendi” Ishutin, Benedict “HyHy” Lim, and Clinton “Fear” Loomis.

The film's already proven a huge success, at least in terms of viewership. Streaming site Twitch held a live viewing party for the film, which had more than 32,000 live viewers at one point. Messages in the chat flew by almost too fast read.

YouTube, meanwhile, is stuck at 301 views—which is actually a bug that happens when a video explodes in popularity. You can watch the movie below:

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