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Posted on Friday, January 6 @ 10:45:35 PST by

What exactly does it take to be called "bigger than jesus?" Do you have to sell a shit ton of stuff? Do you have to have rabid fans the world over? Do you have to have a physically larger presence than Jesus himself?

Gabe and Valve have all those basis covered as they announce today that Steam now plays host to 40 million accounts and 1,800 games with 2011 year-over-year sales doubling last years digits. During the ever-popular Steam holiday sales, 5 million simultaneous users were logged on at the same time.

Were you one of them?

In addition to all the astounding data above, Valve gave further reason to drop your jaw. In 2011 ALONE, Valve served up 780 PETABYTES of data to consumers. That's double 2010.

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