Facebook, whose traffic has risen with the coronavirus epidemic (Codid-19), continues to work to install new content. After presentation desktop version of your Messenger computer application y an app to grow a relationship as a couple; Mark Zuckerberg's company confirmed the arrival Facebook Gaming, the application of its well-known sports speaker.
A few days ago it was announced that Facebook would have a video game streaming app to end Twitch and YouTube, and that it is now available to download and install for free on Android mobile devices from Google Play, and that it will soon arrive on iOS devices when "Apple approves", as cited in the New York Times. An app that focuses on spreading game titles, while also highlighting common topics that people can play online, including Names and friends
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Facebook originally intended to launch the app in June, but the company decided to move ahead with its plans due to a coronavirus split (Covid-19) and the video game business is booming. “Investing in sports has become very important to us because we see sports as a fun way of connecting people. It is a fun game that is not just for use, but interactive entertainment and engaging people"Said Fidji Simo, head of the Facebook program.
Facebook Gaming can now be downloaded completely free on Android
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Fidji Simo also confirmed that the epidemic had made the company accelerate again other projects related to video games, including a new feature for the tournament. "We are seeing a huge increase in sports incarceration"confirmed the head of the Facebook app. For the past 18 months, Mark Zuckerberg's well-known social network has tested the Facebook Gaming app in Southeast Asia and Latin America, which is already available on Google Play for Android and will soon be available on iOS devices.
The app, which currently has no in-house advertising, is what Facebook wants compete with greats like YouTube or Twitch, and that your destination will depend largely on how many people will be able to attract both viewing content and streaming. In addition, a known communication network is also available feature called Go Live which allows users to download other mobile games to the same device by pressing a few buttons.
A particular delivery can be share on a personal Facebook page, making it easy for users to be content creators. "There are a lot of people who listen to music and say: & # 39; I see myself as an artist. & # 39; People watch the broadcast and say, & # 39; I want to be broadcast, & # 39; and with Go Live it's just a few clicks to be one of them," Vivek Sharma, Facebook's vice president of game management.