Every time you install a new program on your computer, you’re taking a risk. With each click of the OK button, you’re placing implicit trust in whatever company or person is distributing that software. You’re assuming they’re not installing secret spyware, rummaging around in your files, or selling your keystrokes to the highest bidder. You’re saying, “I trust this company.” So, with the launch of Valorant and Vanguard, the competitive shooter’s always-on anti-cheat system, the question is clear: Do you trust Riot Games? totallydubbedHD's video on Valorant: Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook: • Follow us on Twitter: • Follow us on Instagram: • Read more: