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FACEBOOK GAMING APP IN IOS AND ANDROID  – What an exciting new feature brought by facebook to entice users. Facebook Gaming is the order of the day most especially during the corona virus pandemic. Though there are lots of gamerooms but it is of note that Facebook Gamerooms has indeed bewitched Twitch and Youtube which are popularly the competitors in the gaming sites.

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Facebook Gaming  has been launched and expected as an Android app with an iOS app in the near future once it is approved by Apple. The Gaming app exists to allow gamer to live-stream games they are playing and watch others doing the same, or to chat about games within the community. The launching could arrive as a surprise as it has being anticipated to go live by June, but with so many people staying home, it is sensible if launched so fast to ease depression among the gamer.

Facebook is striving to make streaming content as easy as possible. With the app installed, users can access a feature called “Go Live,” which can stream games installed on the device “by pressing a few buttons.” The live stream automatically appears on the user’s Facebook page, meaning there’s no other software to install or accounts required.

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Facebook plans to introduce the Facebook Gaming mobile app as quick as possible, the social network said, in its most decisive move into the video game business as people seek entertainment during the pandemic.

The free app caps several years of investment at Facebook, which said more than 700 million of its 2.5 billion monthly users already engaged with gaming content. The app is designed largely for creating and watching live game play, a fast-growing online sector where Facebook is battling Amazon’s Twitch , Google’s YouTube and Microsoft’s Mixer services.


“Investing in gaming in general has become a priority for us because we see gaming as a form of entertainment that really connects people,” said Fidji Simo, head of the Facebook app, who reports to the Silicon Valley company’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg. “It’s entertainment that’s not just a form of passive consumption but entertainment that is interactive and brings people together.”

However, it is of note that Facebook Gaming also features a function called “Go Live,” which lets users livestream mobile games directly from their smartphone to Facebook. This eliminates the need for dedicated third-party software and hardware which people usually require to broadcast themselves playing games on platforms like Twitch.

For now, Facebook isn’t including ads in the app and monetization is pretty limited. It does however let people earn money with so-called “stars” which let fans make one-time payments. The company says it will explore more monetization options over time.

The app will initially be available on the Google Play app store, with an iOS version in the works for a later date.

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